Fiberfrax® Ceramic Fiber Papers

Fiberfrax® Ceramic Fiber Papers are a unique class of products which consists primarily of an alumino-silicate fiber in a non-woven matrix with a latex binder system. A specialized paper-making process is used to form uniform, lightweight, flexible sheets. By blending different fibers, binders, and additives while varying the manufacturing process, Unifrax Corporation now produces a variety of Fiberfrax paper products for a wide range of applications.

Fiberfrax ceramic fiber papers are differentiated by thickness, density, fiber index, and chemistry. They are often segmented into three groups:

  • Utility grades, which include 440 Papers and Rollboard paper, are the most cost-effective products in applications where performance characteristics are less critical.
  • Standard grades: 550, 970 and 880 Papers are used where reliability and consistency are important.
  • Premium grades: 882-H, 972-H, and HSA Papers are used either when organic out-gassing cannot be tolerated or when thermal performance is critical.

Unifrax has several manufacturing capabilities which can enhance the performance of Fiberfrax papers in a wide variety of applications.


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Fiberfrax® Ceramic Fiber Papers

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