Mastic


  • General description:

    Fiber mastic is lightweight and insulating material and includes a combination of inorganic bonding gels, ceramic fibers, organic adhesives, fillers, additives and water. The presence of a strong binding agent in this material creates a strong and hard bond due to the stamping process during drying and heating at higher temperatures. Most of these materials are used to fill cracks, seams and quickly repair and repair damaged areas in fireproof layers, thus preventing heat loss and damage to adjacent structures. This material has the ability to apply in various operating modes, including cold and hot repair modes. The hot repair mode is performed during the operation of the desired thermal chamber without silencing.

  • Advantages and specifications:

    Low density has a low thermal conductivity coefficient, and thus is very effective in preventing heat dissipation. Due to the use of fiber components with high thermal shock resistance and low thermal shrinkage. The presence of a small amount of impurities such as iron oxide causes resistance to corrosive atmospheres (such as carbon monoxide, etc.). Strong bonding due to its attachment increases the surface hardness and wear resistance and corrosion more against any environmental agent (high-temperature hot flames, flames, etc.).

  • Application:

    Fiberglass lubricants can be used in heat sinks and heat exchangers used in the iron and steel industry, non-ferrous metals, petrochemicals, ceramics and heat treatment.

  • Installation Method:

    These materials can be used by pumice injection (extruding, pneumatic, caulking gun) or pouring.