Roll mica, as its name implies, is a mica that is in the form of a roll, and usually in the production of such mica, phlogopite and muscovite types are used, which if we want to explain these two types briefly, we can say:
Muscovite mica has a heat tolerance of up to 800 degrees Celsius and has colors based on its thickness, which if we want to say more generally, these colors are silver, brown, yellow, black, red and green. This mica, in addition to electrical, acoustic and insulation Heat is used in a variety of fields, including automotive, home appliances, cosmetics and power plants.
Mica phlogopite is composed of a large amount of magnesium and has a heat tolerance of up to 850 degrees Celsius, and one of the advantages that has made the phlogopite at a higher level than muscovite is its heat tolerance.
Roll mica is composed of muscovite mica and phlogopite زیرا because first you have to determine the type of mica and then determine the materials to be added to it to get the roll mica.
For example, the type of muscovite that we have chosen is first shaped into muscovite sheets and then by adding silicone resin, fiberglass or ceramic fibers in its layers, mica roll can be produced, which is a light colored mica roll.
Types of mica roll in terms of the type of mica used in it:
Roll mica made of phlogopit mica
Roll mica made of synthetic mica
Roll mica made of muscovite mica
The most prominent advantages of mica roll are:
Maximum heat tolerance up to 1000 ° C, for long use, up to 800 ° C
Natural and the absence of any toxic substances in its production
Resistance to many dangerous rays
Extraordinary impact power
High tensile strength and mechanical strength
Very high electrical insulation
Maintain function against solvents and oils
Impermeable to water
Considering the advantages of mica roll mentioned above, in this section, we will use this popular product:
Insulation of equipment in the field of aerospace and military
Making fiber optics
Sealing parts in computer centers and telecommunications
Insulation of parts in underground train stations
Electrical insulation of components in power stations and power plants
Mica roll is produced in width of 1 meter and in thicknesses of 0.8 to 0.2 mm.