Fiberfrax® Ceramic Fibre Papers

Fiberfrax® Ceramic Fibre Papers are a unique class of products consisting primarily of an alumino-silicate fibre in a non-woven matrix with a latex binder system. A specialised paper-making process is used to form uniform, lightweight, flexible sheets. By blending different fibres, 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 fibre papers are differentiated by thickness, density, fibre index and chemistry. They are often divided into three groups:

  • Utility grades, which include 440 papers and roll-board 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 outgassing cannot be tolerated or when thermal performance is critical.

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


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