ALSIFLEX®

PROPERTIES & ADVANTAGES

  • Lightweight and flexible
  • Low thermal conductivity and heat storage
  • High thermal and chemical resistance
  • High thermal shock resistance
  • Easy to work with
  • Electrically non-conductive
  • Various delivery formats
  • Prefabricated building components and cut sections

High temperature wool paper for special-furnaces

ALSIFLEX® is a refractory high temperature wool based on aluminium and silicum oxide. ALSIFLEX®-1260, -1400 and -1430 are aluminium silicate wools. ALSIFLEX®-1600 is a polycristalline wool based on mullite and corund. ALSIFLEX® wools are lightweight, flexible insulating materials with high permanent temperature resistance, low thermal conductivity and partly hgih chemical resistance.

ALSIFLEX® paper are thin ceramic papers on rolls, based on aluminium silicate fibres.

Technical data
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 ALSIFLEX® paper
Grade
-1260 -1430
-1600
Classification temperature °C 
1250 1400
1600
Bulk density kg/m3
200 – 240 200 – 240
130 – 170


 ALSIFLEX® paper
Grade
-1260 -1430
-1600
Classification temperature °C 
1250 1400
1600
Bulk density kg/m3
200 – 240 200 – 240
130 – 170
Dimensions & size availability
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 ALSIFLEX® paper
  -1260
-1430
-1600
Length mm
10 – 40 25 – 35 10 – 40
Width mm  
500, 1000 610, 1000
500, 1000
Thickness mm
1, 2, 3, 4,
5, 6, 7, 8
1, 2, 3 0.5, 1, 2, 3,
4, 5, 6


 ALSIFLEX® paper
  -1260
-1430
-1600
Length mm
10 – 40 25 – 35 10 – 40
Width mm  
500, 1000 610, 1000
500, 1000
Thickness mm
1, 2, 3, 4,
5, 6, 7, 8
1, 2, 3 0.5, 1, 2, 3,
4, 5, 6
Working & processing
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ALSIFLEX® can be cut, punched and worked using conventional tools, e.g. knives and machines.
ALSIFLEX® can be cut, punched and worked using conventional tools, e.g. knives and machines.
Typical applications
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ALSIFLEX® high temperature wools are used in many industrial areas, such as:

  • Refractory construction
  • Industiral furnaces
  • Petrochemical industry
  • Automotive and aerospace industry
  • Household appliances
ALSIFLEX® high temperature wools are used in many industrial areas, such as:

  • Refractory construction
  • Industiral furnaces
  • Petrochemical industry
  • Automotive and aerospace industry
  • Household appliances