Electrical Insulation / Dielectric Ceramic Insulation and Textiles

LyTherm® 1530-L & 1535-L High Temperature Premium Papers
from Lydall Performance Materials

LyTherm ® Premium Grade Paper is a lightweight refractory material processed from highly washed, spun, high purity alumina silica fibers formed into a highly flexible sheet. It is recommended for continuous use at temperatures up to 2300 °F(1260 °C) in applications requiring high... [See More]

  • Features: ChemRes; Chemical Bond/Binder Addition; Dielectric Insulation; Thermal Insulation
  • Material: Alumina; Quartz / Fused Silica
  • Type: Fabric / Cloth; Nonwoven
  • Thickness: 0.0625 to 0.3750
DynaGuard Board™
from ThermoDyne

Microporous Insulation has begun to find its way into the industrial marketplace where there are considerable gains to be found in its exceptional thermal management abilities. In applications as small as hobby kilns to large operations like aluminum carbon bakes, the presence of a microporous layer... [See More]

  • Features: Dielectric Insulation; Thermal Insulation
  • Applications: Fire
Alumina-Silica Moldable Type RS-C -- KS49
from ZIRCAR Refractory Composites, Inc.

ZIRCAR Alumina-Silica Insulating Blanket Type RS-C Moldable is composed of long, high strength ceramic fibers, with an inorganic alumina binder/rigidizing agent. It is a wet blanket that is shipped rolled up and sealed in a plastic bag to preserve its moldability. Type RS-C Moldable forms a strong,... [See More]

  • Features: Chemical Bond/Binder Addition; Dielectric Insulation; Thermal Insulation
  • Material: Alumina; Quartz / Fused Silica
  • Type: Blanket or Batt; Structural Insulation
  • Thickness: 0.1250
Excelblok™
from ThermoDyne

Microporous insulation has been used in the space exploration and aerospace industries for nearly 40 years. It is beneficial in these environments because its extraordinarily lightweight and relatively space-conscious construction allows it to be used more sparingly than conventional insulations... [See More]

  • Features: Dielectric Insulation; Thermal Insulation
  • Applications: Fire
HyperDyne™
from ThermoDyne

Thermo Dyne is dedicating significant research to continually making microporous material available and cost-effective for automotive applications, and has received initial approval for potential use in automotive fuel cells, heat shields and catalytic converters. The lightweight nature and improved... [See More]

  • Features: Dielectric Insulation; Thermal Insulation
  • Applications: Fire