High temperature resistant textiles

Various production techniques and basic materials offer a wide range of high-temperature-resistant textiles for a wide variety of applications.

Depending on the application and temperature, the following materials are available:

Ceramic fiber (1260 C): Ceramic fibers require reinforcement with glass fibers for processing into yarns (reduces the classification temperature of the textiles to 850 C, since the glass reinforcement crystallizes at this temperature) or metal fibers (classification temperature 1260 C)

Biosoluble fiber (1200 C): biosoluble fibers require reinforcement by glass fibers for processing into yarns (reduces the classification temperature of the textiles to 850 C, since the glass reinforcement crystallizes at this temperature) or metal fibers (classification temperature 1260 C)
silicate fiber (1000 C)

HT-glass fiber (750 C) * E-glass fiber (550 C)

Many of the base materials can also be specially processed (coated, graphitized, self-adhesive) according to customer requirements.