Products/Services for Silicon Carbide Textile

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    Textile Manufacturing Services - (488 companies)
    ...and silk. Textile manufacturing services may also work with E-glass or S-glass, rock wool or slag wood, ceramic materials, alumina, boron, carbon or graphite, silica or quartz, or silicon carbide. Textiles with metallic fibers and blended fiber structures...
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    Specialty Fibers, Fabrics, and Textiles - (501 companies)
    ...or zirconia fibers and are designed for high-temperature applications. Boron, quartz, silica, and silicon carbide (SiC) products are also available. Metallic fibers have a shiny surface, high melting point, high hardness, and high thermal and electrical...
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    Ceramic Insulation and Textiles - (161 companies)
    ...ribbons. Webbing. Strapping. Tape. Materials. Alumina or aluminum-oxide is a popular, relatively inexpensive ceramic material with high hardness. Alumina has poor thermal shock resistance in comparison to silicon carbide, a green or black ceramic...
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    Synthetic Fibers and Fabrics - (494 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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    Fabric and Fiber Insulation - (82 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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    Cast Irons - (87 companies)
    How to Select Cast Irons. Cast irons are a large group of ferrous alloys which contain a large amount of carbon and solidify with a eutectic (chemical carbide which solidifies at a lower temperature). They are derived from pig iron and are mainly...
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    Silicon Carbide and Silicon Carbide Ceramics - (73 companies)
    How to Select Silicon Carbide and Silicon Carbide Ceramics. Silicon carbide and silicon carbide ceramics are black, high-strength materials with higher hardness and better thermal shock resistance than alumina. They have superior properties...
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    Armor and Ballistic Shielding - (111 companies)
    ...plates, vehicle armor, and ceramic tiles. Ceramic armor materials and ballistic materials are usually made of alumina, zirconia-toughened alumina blends, boron carbide, or silicon carbide. They are used in body armor, personal protective armor...
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    Coated Fabrics - (204 companies)
    ...with either two or three dimensions. Knitting provides a more conformable structure than weaving, which is valuable for contoured surfaces. Non-woven coated fabrics are textile-based or fiber-based materials that are shaped into mats...
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    Fibers and Filaments - (193 companies)
    ...that are used in discs for heavy-duty sanding applications. Silicon carbide fibers are used in metal, ceramic, and polymer composites for use in high heat applications. Silicon carbide monofilament is used to reinforce titanium, aluminum and other ceramic...
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