Silica Needled Thermal Insulation & Lagging
Extreme High Temperature, Heat, Fire & Flame Resistant 
InSilMax™  XT InsulBatt™  High Temperature needled silica insulation (lagging) is fabricated from high quality Silica that will not burn and will withstand continuous exposure to temperatures of 2000°F / 1093°C with excursions to 2300°F / 1260°C.

This material resists most acids and alkalis and is unaffected by most bleaches and solvents.  It is highly flexible and conformable.

Available in 1/8", 1/4", 1/2" and 1" thickness.

Applications for these products include thermal insulation and/or protection of equipment such as piping, valves, engine components, turbine casings, as well as affording personnel protection from high temperature plant equipment.
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Needled Silica Insulation
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For 1" material tested to ASTM C177 (test density 9.98 lbs/ft2):

92C/198F             Apparent Thermal Conductivity is 0.0448 (SI) or .310 (British)    
                           Thermal Resistance is 0.482 (SI) or 2.73 (British)
203C/397F           Apparent Thermal Conductivity is 0.0589 (SI) or .408 (British)   
                           Thermal Resistance is 0.366 (SI) or 2.08 (British)
316C/600F           Apparent Thermal Conductivity is 0.0764 (SI) or .530 (British)    
                           Thermal Resistance is 0.282 (SI) or 1.60 (British)
537C/999F           Apparent Thermal Conductivity is 0.1235 (SI) or .856 (British)    
                           Thermal Resistance is 0.175 (SI) or 0.99 (British)
649C/1200F         Apparent Thermal Conductivity is 0.1558 (SI) or 1.080 (British)   
                           Thermal Resistance is 0.138 (SI) or 0.79 (British)

Apparent Thermal Conductivity is W/m-K (SI) or Btu-in/hr-F-ft2 (British)
Thermal Resistance is m2-K/W (SI) or hr-F-ft2Btu (British)
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