High temperature tape
Tape is a narrow weaved cloth or slit from woven cloth, usually plain weaved. Clarified with fiber yarn, there are glass fiber tape (filament tape, texturized tape), basalt tape, silica tape, ceramic tape that can be finished with aluminum foil, color dyed, adhesive backed. Compared with woven glass cloth, glass tape is more suitable for narrow or pipe thermal insulation.
Fiberglass tape: 550℃
Basalt tape: 650℃
Fiberglass Tapes are woven with 9um or 11um filament fiberglass yarn for enhanced strength, flexibility, abrasion resistance, and thermal insulation while reducing bolt pull-through. The fiberglass yarns used to weave Fiberglass Tapes are treated with the same proprietary texturize process as the yarns used to weave Fiberglass Texturized Fabrics, giving Fiberglass Tape the same superior thermal insulation capabilities.Further finished, colored dyed, aluminum foil, adhesive backed can be made as customer’s request
High temperature gasketing including boiler, flange, and bubble tray gasket
Industrial pipe insulation
Oven and furnace door sealing
High temperature lagging
Basalt, an igneous rock with origins to molten lava, with filament fibers and assembled as yarns that are expertly woven into EAS Basalt Fiber Tape. These tapes take advantage of the strength, flexibility, and excellent thermal properties inherent to Basalt fibers for uses in various insulation and high temperature applications, specially for exhaust pipe.
Ceramic tape is a durable, high-temperature woven tape that are well-suited for industrial applications requiring strong, yet flexible, high-temperature resistant materials. They are noted for their superior insulating ability to 1260°C (2300°F).All ceramic textiles (rope, tape, cloth) contain approximately 20% organic fiber added during the carding process to produce roving. The roving is
further processed into yarn for weaving into ceramic cloth, tape and sleeving.Insert materials are incorporated into the ceramic yarn to increase fabric tensile strength. Metal alloy wire inserts are available for obtaining maximum strength at elevated temperatures. Glass filament inserts are used in applications where metal is undesirable as is the case when using the fabric as dielectric purpose.
The following insert materials are available:
Glass filament: service to 650°C (1200°F)
Metal alloy wire: service to 982°C (1800°F)
In applications where tensile strength is important,temperature limits of insert materials should be considered.