Knitted and braided packs

Hardwoven packages are available in round, square or rectangular cross-sections.
Knitted packs are created by knitting various types of yarn into a round, stretchy cord.
All variants (knitted or braided) can be impregnated with PTFE, graphite or other special products.

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, as the glass reinforcement crystallizes at this temperature) or metal fibers (classification temperature 1260 ° C)

Biosoluble fiber (1200 ° C): biosoluble 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 1200 ° C)

Silicate fiber (1000 ° C)

HT glass fiber (750 ° C)

E-glass fiber (550 ° C)