PAN Based Graphite Insulation Felt Erosion Resistance Board for
Our Chemshine graphite thermal insulation board can be used in single crystal
furnace for crystall grwoing.
The board is made out of rigid carbon fiber. It is PAN based and
also can be based on carbon fiber cloth, carbon felt or graphite
felt material bonded by a special process,it has certain shape
retention,self supporting, the proportion of samll ,no staple fiber
loss,low coefficient of thermal conductivity,thermal shock
resistance,erosion resistance,long service life,easy installation
|Volume Density (g/cm3)||0.14-0.28|
|Tensile Strength (Mpa)||2.5 (Deformation5%)|
|Compression Strength (Mpa)||1.8-2.4|
|Carbon Content (%)||≥99.4|
|Thermal Conductivity (W/m*k)||0.14-0.18|
|Applicative Temperature Range (℃)||1250-2600|
Our PAN based graphite insulation felt board is mainly used as
insulation in high-vacuum and inert atmosphere furnaces. This kind
of high-vacuum is widely used for metal heat treatment, meticulous
and ceramic sintering, different kinds of crystallization
production, producing optical fiber, and sintering monocrystalline
silicon for semiconductors, usually in a high-vacuum or inert
atmosphere furnace. We pride ourselves in the ability to offer
first class technical backup to our customer base, and over the
years. We have developed close technical partnerships with major
fields including Aerospace, Semiconductor, Automotive, Specialist
Castings, Metal Composites, Crystal Growing, Hard Metal Sintering,
Graphitizing, and the Heat Treat Sectors.
- Metalizing (metal heat treating): Heat treating furnaces,
sintering, brazing furnaces.
- Fibers manufacturing: Carbonizing furnaces, graphitizing furnaces -
induction or resistance tube 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.
- Aerospace: Hot isostatic process furnaces, heat treating,
sintering, brazing furnaces, autoclaves.
- Semi conductors: Silicon pullers, gallium arsenate producers,