Products/Services for Rock Wool Fabric

  • Mineral Wool and Glass Wool-Image
    Mineral Wool and Glass Wool - (51 companies)
    Mineral wool and glass wool are made from slag, rock, glasses or minerals that have been melted and spun into fibers. Mineral wool and glass wool are fiber materials made from slag, rock, glass, and minerals that have been melted and spun...
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    Coated Fabrics - (208 companies)
    ...wool, hemp, jute, linen (flax), or silk. Others are made of glass, fiberglass, E-glass, or S-glass. Products made of rock wool, slag wool, ceramic, boron, carbon or graphite, silica, metallic fibers, and zirconia are also available. Specifications...
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  • Aramid Fibers and Fabrics-Image
    Aramid Fibers and Fabrics - (102 companies)
    Aramid fiber and fabrics consists of bulk, chopped fibers, continuous strands or woven cloth forms of aromatic polyamide thermoplastic for reinforcing polymer matrix composites and other applications. Short for aromatic polyamide fibers, aramid...
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    Natural Fibers and Fabrics - (210 companies)
    Natural fibers and fabrics consist of bulk fibers, yarns, or woven cloth manufactured from plant materials such as cotton, wool, linen (flax), sisal, jute, hemp, or silk. Description. Natural fibers and fabrics consist of bulk fibers, yarns...
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  • Specialty Fibers, Fabrics, and Textiles-Image
    Specialty Fibers, Fabrics, and Textiles - (496 companies)
    Linen. Leather. Silk. Wool. Synthetic. Synthetic specialty fabrics contain petroleum-based polymers and fibers. Mineral wool is a category of industrial fabrics that includes slag wool, rock wool, and glass wool. E-glass is a relatively inexpensive...
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    Synthetic Fibers and Fabrics - (501 companies)
    ...than it is wide). Fibers can be spun into yarn and made into fabrics. Synthetic fibers are a subset of the larger area of textiles. Textiles can be natural or synthetic. Natural fibers include cotton, fur, wool, etc. Regenerated fibers are natural...
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    Industrial Fabrics - (676 companies)
    Industrial fabrics consist of woven or non-woven cloth made from natural or synthetic materials. Industrial fabrics are designed and engineered to be used in products, processes, or services where functional requirement trump the aesthetic form...
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    Fabric and Fiber Insulation - (86 companies)
    Fabric and fiber insulation materials comprise textiles which limit thermal transfer. They are frequently used to insulate structures, and are critical components of building sustainability. Fabric and fiber insulations are textile materials which...
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    Glass Fibers and Fiberglass Cloth - (256 companies)
    ...very thin strands of silica-based monofilament. Glass is a unique amorphous solid, meaning it doesn 't have an underlying crystalline structure in the solid state, but rather behaves like a very viscous liquid. Glass fiber lends itself to woven fabric...
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    Carbon Fiber and Carbon Fiber Cloth - (115 companies)
    ...into thread and woven into cloth. Carbon fiber and carbon fiber cloth is used in woven cloth, such as cloths and tapes for marine and composite repair; chopped strand mats; specialty fabrics combined with polyester resins; and Kevlar or aramid cloths...
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  • House technique
    1 to 7 gypsum-cassette plate prefabricated like under image 10.137 9 heating tube DN 15 or 20 10 Alu-over-thrust sleeve 11 with 12 sonic swallow material ( rock wool .
  • Energy saving end building and installation technique
    … into a ventilated cavity (mostly 5 to 8 cm thick) between two existing masonry layers (core insulation) generally (1) at complete filling of the cavity with a reached the insulating material corresponding to the prior art ( rock wool -granulate, perlite-blowing rock).
  • Transactions, vacuum in research and practice 3/2005
    The thermal conductivity of these panels amounts typically to one-tenth of the thermal conductivity of conventional insulating materials rock wool or foams (polystyrene foam).
  • Building chemistry
    To vitreous materials, belong more remote mineral insulating materials like rock wool , slag wool and ceramic wool.
  • DIN‐Veröffentlichungen
    The German Rockwool, manufacturer of insulating materials of rock wool , has published a revised and enlarged version of the planning and assembly helper for the heat, sound and fire protection of tubular conduits.
  • Planungs‐ and assembly helpers
    The German Rockwool, manufacturer of insulating materials of rock wool , has published a revised and enlarged version of the planning and assembly helper for the heat, sound and fire protection of tubular conduits.
  • Schüssler‐Preis 2001 imparted
    The German Rockwool, manufacturer of insulating materials of rock wool , has published a revised and enlarged version of the planning and assembly helper for the heat, sound and fire protection of tubular conduits.
  • Building chemistry
    To the vitreous materials gehoren femer mineral dam materials like rock wool (of tone, marl, basalt or slide bass melts), slag wool (of melts of metallurgical processes, e.g., blast furnace slag) and ceramic wool (of kaolin and other melts).
  • Frick / Knöll building construction lesson 2
    The WDV systems with rock wool (= building material class A2 after DIN 4102) are 100 m insertable not inflammably and therefore for building heights bis.
  • Aging behavior of mineral wool plates in heating damming integrated systems
    [2] Klose, G.-H.: heating damming integrated systems: method for artificial aging of rock wool -insulating materials .


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