We offer thermal insulation fabrics and multilayer tapes made of top quality materials. Our products include thermal insulations, conveyor belts, and manhole tapes.
They are made using heat resistant glass, kaolin, aluminosilicate, quartz, and aramid yarns.
Thanks to specific structure and interweaving of yarns of various layers, the product is dense and resistant to delamination even under most demanding working conditions.
Thermal insulation tapes and fabrics are used as thermal insulation in all types of machinery, equipment and installations exposed to high temperatures, and wherever reduction in heat transfer is an aim.
They are frequently used as heat screens, insulations for annealing of welded structures, and as a protection of hoses and cables laid near heat sources.
They are also used as static insulation wherever high temperatures are accompanied by relatively low pressure of sealed medium, and/or large wear of flanges. To that end we can weave the tape with central section perforated in order to set the tape over the bolts of the sealed joint. Our tapes are also used in belt conveyors to transport hot objects and materials.
Upon request we can produce self-adhesive glass and aramid tapes. However, please mind that the adhesive layer only facilitates mounting and shall burn out under working conditions.
Other yarns for tapes and fabrics are available subject to arrangement between the customer and the manufacturer.
Glass tapes and fabrics
Glass tapes and fabrics are made of type E boroaluminosilicate glass, or type HT high temperature glass. Textured glass yarn consists of a bunch of continuous glass fibres of type E glass, subjected to curling process in order to increase its elasticity and improve the efficiency of insulation. We produce fabrics and tapes of type E glass - heat resistance up to 650°C, and of HT glass - working at temperatures up to 750°C.
Aramid tapes and fabrics
Aramid tapes and fabrics can be made from cut fibres of aromatic polyamide braided around glass carrier, or from continuous aramid fibre. Thanks to their excellent mechanical strength, tapes made of continuous aramid fibre are used as conveyor belts. Aramid yarn is obtained by braiding bunches of aromatic polyamide fibres around the glass core.
Ceramic tapes and fabrics
Ceramic tapes and fabrics can be made of kaolin, aluminosilicate, and BIO aluminosilicate yarn. Ceramic yarn is made of ceramic fibres braided on glass carrier. Up to 18% of cotton fibres are added as process additive. During operation cotton fibres burn out without aggravating the parameters of ceramic tapes and fabrics. In addition, the yarn can be reinforced with stainless steel or brass wire. Ceramic yarns include, among others, the following: