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P-D Refractories | Anwendungsbereich Faserglas

Glass fibre

Glass fibres are as diverse as their applications. Whether as E-, ECR- or high-modulus glass for use in plastic reinforcement or in electrical insulation, the continuous glass fibres are melted at the highest temperatures.
 
They can be made into durable fibres and fabrics, and ultimately composite materials that adapt to a wide variety of needs.
 
 
Glass fibres are as diverse as their applications. Whether as E-, ECR- or high-modulus glass for use in plastic reinforcement or in electrical insulation, the continuous glass fibres are melted at the highest temperatures.
 
They can be made into durable fibres and fabrics, and ultimately composite materials that adapt to a wide variety of needs.
 
The lining of the glass contact area is typically made out of isostatically pressed, dense or thermal-shock resistant chromium oxide materials. Dense, isostatically pressed zircon products are used for electrode blocks, as bushing blocks and also security layers.
 
Additionally, superstructures, crowns and waste gas channels are lined with high refractory and corrosion resistant grades, usually with Fused∞Persistence and fired at high temperatures. To increase efficiency, we recommend our patented Ɛpsilon Solution.
 
With an extensive range of high-quality isostatic pressed products (in co-operation with our partner Guangzhou Ling Nan Refractory Co. Ltd.), we are able to line complete furnaces for the manufacture of continuous glass fibres.