Thermal Ceramics

Improve operational performance and reduce CO2 emissions

Superwool Prime, a patented 1300°C (2370°F) AES Low Biopersistent Fibre that delivers energy savings, improved application efficiency, and reduced emissions.

Thermal Ceramics, a business of Morgan Advanced Materials, has pioneered the development of low biopersistent (LBP) Superwool® fibres replacing Refractory Ceramic Fibre (RCF) in many applications across the temperature range up to 1450°C (2642°F). 

Our newest, patented Alkaline-Earth-Silicate (AES) LBP fibre, Superwool Prime, features:

Superwool Prime is patent protected and will support the expansion of our LBP Fibre product portfolio in the 1300°C (2372°F) classification temperature space by delivering a differentiated solution to our customers delivering energy savings, improved efficiency, and benefits for safety of employees and processes.

Compared to Superwool HT, the thermal conductivity of Superwool Prime Blanket at 1000°C (1832°F) for 128kg/m3 (8pcf) density is 18% better.

The advantage increases up to 31% for 96kg/m3 (6pcf) density blanket and becomes significantly larger at 1200°C (2192°F).