Heat Preservation PAN Based Carbon Fiber Felt in High Temperature
Our carbon fiber felt can be used in high temperature vacuum
The mat is usually as the thermal insulation materials.
The felt is PAN Based.
This carbon felt is soft and through high heat processing.
It is widly used in all kinds of high temperature vacuum furnace
heat insulation heat preservation material.
|Thermal Conductivity||0.09-0.13(25℃) 0.20-0.27(1000℃)(W/m.k)|
|Processing Temperature (℃)||1000-1450|
Applicative Temperature Range (℃)
- Length (mm):Customized:
- Width (mm):1000-1200
- Thickness (mm):3-10
- Other size can be tailored after confirmation.
Carbon fiber felt in 3-10mm thicknesses to meet a wide range of
applications. The mat material is generally used as thermal
insulation in inert and vacuum furnaces. For special applications,
this felt is available with graphite coatings, which will reduce
the permeability of the felt and improve its resistance to erosion.
Use as heat insulation material for various High Temperature Vacuum
Furnaces in muti-yields
|High Temperature Vacuum Furnaces|
High Temperature Vacuum Furnace, Monocrystal Puller Furnace
Polycrystal Foundry Furnace, Polycrystal reducing furnace
Vacuum Welding Furnace, Thermo Compression Furnace
Thermo Compression Furnace, Thermal Equilibrium Furnace
Electromagnetic Induction Furnace, High Purity Hydrosilation
Aerospace yield, Smelting industry
Photovoltaic industry, New energy industry
New material industry, Chemical industry
- Aerospace: Hot isostatic process furnaces, heat treating,
sintering, brazing furnaces, autoclaves.
- Semi conductors: Silicon pullers, gallium arsenate producers,
- Metalizing (metal heat treating): Heat treating furnaces,
sintering, brazing furnaces.
- Fibers manufacturing: Carbonizing furnaces, graphitizing furnaces -
induction or resistance tube furnaces.
- Ceramics: Pyrolytic depositing furnaces, CVD furnaces, CVR
- Quartz/Fused Silica manufacturing: Melting/Sintering furnaces.
- Float glass industry: Insulating fasteners (part of liners).
- Tool manufacturing: Sintering and hot pressing.
- Universities and Government Research Centers: High temperature
furnaces, fuel cells.