Refractory packing has a rectangular cross section; The packings are originally woven from fibers such as aramid, ceramic, asbestos, fiberglass, carbon, graphite, etc.
Packings are commonly used for sealing, sealing and insulating parts, equipment and machinery of products.
Refractory packings, depending on the fibers used in it, have melting points that can be high, which is from 1780 to 2000 degrees Celsius, and can be normal, which is from 1580 to 1780 degrees Celsius, but the highest melting point up to 2000 degrees Celsius.
In general, fireproof packing has general and similar advantages, which include:
Maintaining function and dimensional stability in various climatic conditions, with excellent heat tolerance
Abrasion and tensile strength, has acceptable mechanical strength
Resistance to chemical oxidation and corrosion, maintaining high efficiency in alkaline and acidic environments
Here are some refractory packages based on our unique benefits:
Teflon refractory packing: This packing is woven from pure Teflon, which sometimes combines it with a layer of silicone oil. This combination reduces the coefficient of friction in this packing. Teflon packing also has acceptable mechanical properties.
Fiberglass refractory packing: Fiberglass packing is a suitable alternative to asbestos refractory packing and has excellent chemical properties and heat tolerance, which sometimes reaches 650 degrees Celsius.
Graphite refractory packing: This packing has good flexibility, which is due to the presence of carbon fibers in this packing.
Aramid fireproof packing: Aramid packing is considered to be the strongest packing and is also used in making bulletproof vests due to its very high strength.
Carbon Refractory Packing: It is a strong and light fiber that has good resistance to tension.
Remi Refractory Packing: This packing is woven from vegetable fibers that are sometimes impregnated with a layer of oil or Teflon. This combination makes it more flexible and reduces its coefficient of friction.
Refractory packing of linen grease: Linen packing of grease is woven from linen fibers and grease oil. The presence of grease fibers has made the packing resistant to rot and salt water, and the presence of grease oil in it has caused flexibility and appropriate coefficient of friction.