Ceramic fiber

October 1993
Power;Oct93, Vol. 137 Issue 10, p112
Trade Publication
Describes the ceramic fiber for refractory and insulation applications from Thermal Ceramics Incorporated. Air-layering into blankets, folding into modules, conversion into boards and other variations; Blending with liquid binders for coatings and cements.


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