refractory insulation

refractory insulation

Thermal insulation which may be used at temperatures above 1500°F (816°C).
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The "Global High Temperature Refractory Insulation Material Market: Analysis By Material (Ceramic Fibers, Insulating Fire Bricks, Calcium Silicate), End User, By Region, By Country (2019 Edition): Opportunities and Forecast (2014-2024)" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
The Global High Temperature Refractory Insulation Material Market was valued at USD 4.73 Billion in the year 2018.
Key responsible factors for high demand of High Temperature Refractory Insulation Materials include product performance, durability and growing adoption in developed and developing countries.
Emerging trend for the high temperature refractory insulation material market is consolidation in the refractory manufacturing industry.
Global High Temperature Refractory Insulation Material Market (Actual Period: 2014-2018, Forecast Period: 2019-2024)
Castable Refractories Hydraulic Set Types AL-2, AL-3, Al-70, AL-80, AL-90, LW-3, LW-7 etc, Ceramic wool Featherweight Refractory Insulation Products, blanket, board, rope, gasket, adhesive etc.
Process, refractory insulation, tank and vessel levels, steam systems and traps, pipes and valves, etc.
Electric current passes through metal-foil ribbons held in a stainless-steel frame and backed by refractory insulation. Low power consumption is said to be due to the large radiating area.
The platens are capable of 450 [degrees] F maximum operating temperature and are separated from the bolsters with 3.4" non-asbestos refractory insulation. The hydraulic system is designed for 3,000 psi maximum operating pressure, and has a pressure control valve and pressure gauge.
The MI Plus mineral-insulated band heater is said to combine refractory insulation with maximum heat transfer to the process and to maintain high dielectric strength at temperatures up to 1400 F.