Morgan Thermal Ceramics’ Superwool® Fibre products have been developed to show improved high temperature characteristics required to act as an alternative to RCF whilst having similar biopersistence to other exonerated fibres.
Our patented Superwool® Fibre technology goes into our boards which are rigid panels made from a mixture of Superwool® 607® and 607® HT Fibres, refractory fillers and organic and inorganic binders. Our Superwool® Fibre boards can be cut with a hacksaw blade allowing precise shapes to be made and can be used in direct contact with flame. It features very low thermal conductivity, has a low heat storage capacity and has good thermal shock resistance allowing it to be used in applications where large variations in temperature occur.
This product also does not react with Alumina based bricks when applied in the range of the typical use temperature. Superwool® Fibre boards are available in a number of different grades:
Board 607® 75
Suitable for all applications up to 900°C.
H Board 607®
Recommended when a high strength material is required.
Board 607® 85
Suitable for all applications up to 1000°C.
Board 607® LTI
Recommended for all applications where thin, rigid insulating panels are required.
Board 607® INO
Recommended for all applications where minimal smoke or fume emission is desirable.
Superwool® HT Fibre (formerly Superwool® 607® HT) Board
Standard formula based on Superwool 607 HT fibre.
Superwool® HT Fibre C Board
Formula specially designed for application up to 1000°C requiring cycling resistance and high mechanical performances.