Inorganic amorphous glass fibre is used to make ceramic fibre boards, which can withstand temperatures of up to +1260°C. This refractory material has good chemical, gas, and thermal shock resistance, is lightweight, and is free of asbestos. Ceramic fibre boards have low thermal conductivity and heat storage, and they are simple to install. They are frequently used as a lining for furnaces, boiler ducts, and stacks because they also offer great resistance to high temperatures.
Kiln and furnace linings, gaskets and seals, fire protection, glass tank insulation, expansion joints, hot gas duct linings and refractory backup insulation.