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Fiberfrax® High Temperature Ceramic Fiber Insulation Products

Fiberfrax® alumino-silicate fibers exhibit high temperature stability for continuous use at temperatures up to 1430°C (2600°F). All Fiberfrax fiber products are characterized by, low thermal conductivity, low heat storage, excellent thermal shock resistance, light weight, and superior corrosion resistance.

Fiberfrax fibers are available in over 50 product forms, providing solutions for high temperature applications in a wide range of markets. These product forms include Fiberfrax Bulk Fibers, Fiberfrax Durablanket® ceramic fiber blankets, Fiberfrax Duraboard® insulating boards, Fiberfrax Modules – including Bonded Modules, Fibermass® Modules, Anchor-Loc® and Anchor-Loc® 2 Modules, Fiberfrax papers and felts, Fiberfrax textiles, and Fiberfrax coatings and mixes. Fiberfrax fibers are also used in Foamfrax® Insulation – advanced high temperature insulation for furnace lining applications.

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10 comments (Add your own)

1. Naohiro wrote:
Hi Jan, Thanks for your comments. For soda and salt fgrinis I fire to around ^9, and the rest of the video (about 2 hours) goes into great detail about the firing process and nice images of soda actually bubbling and vaporizing. Good luck, Jan, with your wood firing next month. Next week I'll be loading and firing my anagama with some potter friends.No workshops planned in Alberta, but I will be teaching a one week course at MISSA (the Metchosin International Summer School of the Arts) on Reduction Fired Earthenware (lustreware) and Crystalline Glazes this June 7th-11th. Gordon Hutchens.PS I have often gotten to using glue now, though I still have a hard time keeping clay out of my mouth.

Mon, July 30, 2012 @ 4:51 AM

2. Sousou wrote:
I enjoyed your video very much I will order it for our sduito & students!. I spend alot of time soda firing in a downdraft kiln. So far the kiln has 199 firings and it is starting to show wear and some distortion.. Do you think with the residual on the interior I could grind it, apply a wash and have success with the wash staying in place? Currently I use it on the floor and bag wall interiors at a 3 to 1 ratio. Any ideas? We do use glue to adhear wads but with the tactile nature of clay I totally understand the desire to lick it!

Mon, July 30, 2012 @ 5:26 AM

3. soso wrote:
Looks wonderful. Maybe you shluod get yourself really organised like the Aida factory was and have a little outline to mark where every tool goes! I will never, ever be as organised as they were! Only in my dreams You are much more organised than me anyway.

Mon, July 30, 2012 @ 7:59 AM

4. Joao wrote:
I am a potter as well as a maker of jewlery and I have used both the lost wax technique and making the components from wire and metal clays.I love metal clay, and there are such a range of molding compounds these days that I am wondering, other than cost, why lost wax casting would be preferred. I have also made molds from fine porcelain that can be used with molten metals (provided good release compounds are used.) These do require more polishing than lost wax due to the release compounds, but provide for an infinite number of repeat castings if required.

Mon, July 30, 2012 @ 10:13 AM

5. Rdgffb wrote:
PMC is fun and fast. A real artist will invset the time and effort to do things the old fashioned way, but not always. It is good to have alternate routes to a finished product. I like/love PMC but still find myself using wax when I want to get lost in the art of production, (by this I mean producing art, not necessarily making a production line). Use whatever makes you happy.

Mon, July 30, 2012 @ 10:41 AM

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9. Anastasia wrote:
I'm currently cutozmising a Quiet Advancer which was given to me recently. I purchased a brushless motor to do the job which is about one tenth lighter than original that came with glider. Now decided to make it without electrics with a hardwood nose. The plans were included so I've built a new fuselage and have refined wings as well as customized graphics for wings and fuselage. I've chosen cream solarfilm fuuselage with transparent yellow wings. Let me know if interested in the outcome. I will produce a video and upload to my Youtube channel-'wedgyprototype'

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