Asbestos refractory sheet
Asbestos sheet with its special advantages; It has become very popular, while this popular product has a limited space.
The production of this sheet in various ways has made this restriction in it less and less used in some places.
Asbestos sheet is made of high-performance asbestos fibers, to which silicone oil or Teflon oil is sometimes added.
Teflon or PTFE has tremendous advantages; Among its advantages, we can mention the lubricating properties of this material, Teflon also has dielectric properties, and its most important property can be considered as the disinfection of this product.
Asbestos sheet or compressed asbestos cardboard is also made of paper fibers, which acts as an excellent sealant.
This product is usually widely used in the manufacture of gaskets.
Asbestos sheet has very high mechanical strength, considerable flexibility, good density, etc.
One of the most important uses of asbestos sheet is to make gaskets to seal and prevent liquid leakage.
This product is commonly used in engine rooms, boilers and confined environments.
Asbestos sheet is made of asbestos fibers, fiber, resin, paper and asbestos dust in high pressure, which have many applications.
Some of the advantages of asbestos refractory sheet are as follows:
It has high flexibility.
The mechanical strength is very high and stable against tensile and abrasion.
High resistance in alkaline, acidic environments, hot oil and has acceptable chemical resistance.
It has impressive heat tolerance and good performance in various weather conditions.
It has a good density.
Heat tolerance of asbestos sheet includes:
Asbestos sheet can withstand temperatures up to 700 degrees Celsius, but for heavy use up to 450 degrees Celsius; Recommended.
The most important and significant applications of asbestos sheet include:
Sealing valves, heat exchangers, compressors and engine cylinders
Insulation of fireproof buildings, tanks, engines and industrial shafts
Sealing of parts in engine houses, power plants, oil rigs and refineries
Instead of asbestos fibers, graphite fibers, cellulose fibers and aramid fibers can be used in the composition of refractory sheets, because approximately; These fibers have the same properties as asbestos fibers.
This sheet can be provided and distributed in thicknesses of 10 to 1 mm.