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Supplier: RS Components, Ltd.
Description: A pair of flexible heat shields size 280 x 200 x 5mm thick. Manufactured from mineral wool on an aluminium base which can be easily bent to all shapes and will protect walls or objects from damage whilst using burners for soldering pipes etc. Accessory Type = Heat Shield For Use With = GasShow More
Supplier: Thermon Manufacturing Co.
Description: Vertical Standing Seam Panel Insulation for Tanks Thermon’s ThermaSeam tank insulation system, comprised of prefabricated standing seam insulation panels and accessories, dramatically improves the durability, life expectancy and appearance of a tank insulation system. Storage tanks ten feet
- Material Type: Glass, Specialty / Other
- Overall Thickness: 1 to 4 inch
- Overall Width / OD: 24 inch
- Use Temperature: -100 to 1200 F
Supplier: Georgia-Pacific Corporation
Description: ; high-pressure laminates; adhesives for plywood and particleboard as well as other wood panelboard products; coatings; varnishes and enamels; foundry core and shell binders; glass and mineral wool insulation; and fertilizers. We also manufacture INSOL-U-25® and STA-FORM 60® urea-formaldehyde
- Aldehydes: All Aldehydes, Formaldehyde
- Type: Base
Standards and Technical Documents - Thermal insulation -- Mineral-wool loose-fill for horizontal applications in ventilated roof spaces -- Part 2: Principal responsibilities of installers -- ISO 9076-2:2008
Description: ISO 9076-2:2008 specifies the principal responsibilities of the installers of mineral-wool loose-fill thermal insulation products for buildings. A product is manufactured and packaged according to ISO 9076-1 and then installed in ventilated roof spaces as described in ISO 9774 is assured of havingShow More
Supplier: Ostberg Americas, Inc.
Description: externally using a pulser. SAU 250 with a water battery is operated using a 3-way valve and control equipment. The range is manufactured using galvanized sheet metal. The units are insulated with 50mm of mineral wool allowing for use in both warm and cold areas. Alternative filters are available; G4, F4Show More
Supplier: CertainTeed Corporation
Description: Thermafiber® Safing™ Insulation is a mineral-wool-type insulation that resists temperatures up to 2,000°F (1,093°C) thus offering superior fire protection in a wide variety of fire-rated applications. Thermafiber® Sound Attenuation Fire Blankets (SAFB) are the best way to stop
- Overall Thickness: 1 to 6 inch
- Overall Width / OD: 16 to 36 inch
- Overall Length: 48 to 60 inch
- Structural Features: Thermal Insulation / Fireproofing
Supplier: Siemens Energy Sector
Description: easy access to the rotor disk. The quick acting inlet valve for steam control and quick-stop is opened and closed by a pneumatically controlled servomotor. The casing is thermally insulated by zinc-coated mineral wool lagging. Gear The design of the integral gear, manufactured in our SiemensShow More
Supplier: Fläkt Woods Group SA
Description: is constructed using a Pentapost frame which supports pre-galvanised steel sandwich panels, each filled with 20mm thick mineral wool for acoustic insulation. Each unit comes with 4 panels, all of which can be removed and relocated to give multiple outlet orientations at either 90 degrees to the inlet
- Air Flow Rate: 11018 SCFM
- Static Pressure: 0.1668 psi
- Media Temperature: 131 F
- Maximum Diameter (Fan or Blower Wheel): 19.69 to 40.16 inch
Supplier: DRUM-MATES Inc.
Description: or Improve Production Quality Hot Drum Cabinet Features include: Maximum cabinet temperature, 250° F 3” thick x 6 lb. density mineral wool insulation in doors, floor, walls & roof Install with 240 or 480 volt/3 phase supply. Rated at 6 KW Interior Dimensions: 59” wide x 29.0Show More
Supplier: Morgan Advanced Materials
Description: cryolite attack, making the materials ideal if you are planning to replace mineral wool panel insulation in your applications. As expected with structural insulation, TR™ and V-Lite™ products exhibit strength and minimal shrinkage all the way up to their maximum use temperatures. ThermalShow More
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Mid-Mountain Materials, Inc.
CERMEX ® Thermal Insulation
Our line of CERMEX® Thermal Insulation Materials encompasses a wide variety of technical thermal insulations including blankets, mats, and papers. These special high temperature resistant insulations are manufactured from varying chemical composition fibers to accommodate a range in service temperature from 1000ºF/540ºC to over 2000ºF/1093ºC. Consisting of fiberglass, mineral wool, silica and biosoluble fiber, these products can solve a variety of thermal management problems. (read more)
Browse Nonwovens Datasheets for Mid-Mountain Materials, Inc.
Pittsburgh Corning (FOAMGLAS® insulation)
FOAMGLAS® Insulation used for CUI prevention
and began operations in 1988. Corrosion Under Insulation (CUI) is a major problem for all petrochemical and chemical plants around the world with major consequences and safety risks for plants that have to deal with CUI issues. That is why LyondellBasell recently decided to take a proavtive approach to corrosion related problems and changed their insulation specification to a full FOAMGLAS ® insulation system. Their old specification was a layer of mineral wool covered with cladding. The issue... (read more)
Browse Datasheets for Pittsburgh Corning (FOAMGLAS® insulation)
Mid-Mountain Materials, Inc.
Advanced, High Performance Insulation Products
gaskets. Whether used on their own or with other components, these textiles are well suited for thermal sealing applications. The CERMEX® products from Mid-Mountain Materials are created from fiberglass, silica, ceramic fiber, mineral wool, and biosoluble fiber. This proprietary blend of fibers, fillers, and binders makes CERMEX® products mechanically stable under temperatures ranging from 1000 to 2000°F. CERMEX® insulation blankets, mats, and papers can be modified for use as thermal insulation... (read more)
Browse Specialty Fibers, Fabrics, and Textiles Datasheets for Mid-Mountain Materials, Inc.
Technical Glass Products, Inc. - OH
Flexible Fibers Have Excellent Torsion Resistance
FUSED QUARTZ WOOL & FELT. Fused Quartz Wool. Fused Quartz Wool has the same properties as pure quartz glass. The fibers are non-flammable and incombustible. The fibers maintain their usable mechanical properties up to 1050 °C. Fused Quartz Wool is available in the following forms: Coarse. Fine. Wool Felts. Coarse 9 µm Nominal Wool. Bulk Wool consists of woven basic fibers between 5 µm and 15 µm. The arrangement of the fibers gives the wool its curly appearance, which... (read more)
Browse Mineral Wool and Glass Wool Datasheets for Technical Glass Products, Inc. - OH
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Meeting the Challenges of Treating Sanctuary Acoustics (.pdf)
discussed include absorbers, barriers, mineral wool versus fiber glass, diffusing materials, isolation devices, and bass trapping. A layman's acoustical testing method is described.
Noise Control Materials
materials are generally either fibrous or cellular. Common fibrous material are fiberglass, mineral wool, and ceramic. These are applied as blanket or semirigid sheets which can be cut to shape. Generally, they are film faced or bagged to prevent the fibers from being dislodged and causing problems
Unlike lip seals and squeeze packings, felt seals require relative little shaft pressure to function effectively. They are commonly used near ball and roller bearings as lubricant retainers. Advantages of felts seals include: Wool felt resists dilute mineral-acid solutions, unless continuously
Fiber reinforcements dominate composites. The fiber industry is divided between natural fibers -- those from plant, animal, or mineral sources -- and synthetic fibers. Many synthetic fibers have been developed specifically to replace natural fibers because synthetics usually behave more predictably
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Federal Register > Friday, November 25, 2011 > [76 FR 72770] National Emissions Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants: Mineral Wool Production and Wool Fiberg...
In the mineral wool manufacturing process, raw materials (e.g., rock and slag) are melted in a cupola using coke as fuel; the molten material is then formed into fiber.
Phenolic Resins: A Century of Progress
This is due to emissions of the phenol to the environment, which may occur during mineral wool manufacture .
Mineral wool waste in Europe: a review of mineral wool waste quantity, quality, and current recycling methods
The estimation is based on reported value of sold volumes and does not include pro- duction waste from mineral wool manufacturing .
A Risk-Based Approach to Health Impact Assessment for Input-Output Analysis, Part 2: Case Study of Insulation (8 pp)
Fig. 3: Share of supply chain emissions by industry for fiberglass/ mineral wool manufacturing .
Advanced coal-fired glass melting development program
Because of the similarity in composition of utility flyash to metal slags, there has long been an interest in using fly ash as a raw material for mineral wool manufacturing .
Federal Register > Thursday, September 12, 2013 > [78 FR 56274] Occupational Exposure to Respirable Crystalline Silica
Mineral wool manufacturing .
Federal Register > Thursday, March 29, 2007 > [72 FR 14734] Risk and Technology Review, Phase II, Group 2
In the mineral wool manufacturing process, rock and/or blast furnace slag and other raw materials (e.g., gravel) are melted in a furnace (cupola) using coke as fuel.
Federal Register > Tuesday, June 1, 1999 > [64 FR 29490] National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants for Source Categories; National Emission Stan...
Thus, the EPA continues to believe that seven of the ten mineral wool manufacturing companies are small businesses.
Federal Register > Thursday, May 8, 1997 > [62 FR 25370] National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants for Source Categories; National Emission Stan...
In the mineral wool manufacturing process, rock and/or blast furnace slag and other raw materials (e.g., gravel), are melted in a furnace (cupola) using coke as fuel; the molten material is then formed into fiber.
Impact of the FY 2009 Building Technologies Program on United States Employment and Earned Income
Mineral Wool Manufacturing .
Health Aspects of Man-Made Vitreous Fiber Insulations
Tulane University is conducting an examination of 800 long-term workers currently employed in seven fibrous glass and mineral wool manufacturing plants to determine if exposure to man-made vitreous fibers adversely affects human health.
ImSET: Impact of Sector Energy Technologies
Mineral wool manufacturing .