Vermiculite coated fiberglass high-temperature fabric is a specialized type of fabric that is designed to withstand high temperatures. It is commonly used in various industries where thermal insulation and protection are required. The fabric consists of a base material made from fiberglass, which is coated with a layer of vermiculite.
Vermiculite is a natural mineral that expands when heated, making it an ideal material for insulation. It has excellent thermal and fire-resistant properties, allowing it to withstand extreme temperatures. The vermiculite coating on the fiberglass fabric provides an additional layer of protection and enhances its heat resistance.
The short-time work temperature of vermiculite coated fiberglass high-temperature fabric is around 800℃. This means that the fabric can withstand brief exposure to temperatures as high as 800℃ without significant damage. However, for prolonged exposure, the long-time work temperature is typically limited to around 650℃. This ensures the fabric’s performance, longevity, and structural integrity over extended periods at elevated temperatures.
The vermiculite coating on the fabric enhances its resistance to heat, flame, and abrasion. It also provides excellent insulation, making it suitable for various applications such as thermal blankets, protective clothing, insulation wraps, furnace curtains, and removable insulation covers. The fabric’s flexibility and durability allow it to be easily fabricated into different shapes and sizes to suit specific requirements.