Fiberglass fireproof tape
Fiberglass refractory tape is known as tarpaulin and conveyor belt which has high heat tolerance and high strength; This tape is made of lightweight fiberglass fibers.
Fiberglass tape can withstand temperatures up to 550 degrees Celsius.
This tape is available in various textures, which include diagonal, warp and satin textures.
The fibers used in this tape have 6 types, each of which has its own properties.
In this section, we introduce 6 types of fibers in general with their properties:
S-type fibers: Due to its excellent mechanical strength compared to R-glass and E-glass, it is used in the manufacture of engineering composites.
Glass type fibers: Used in general consumption.
C-glass type fibers: Due to their significant chemical resistance, they are used in laboratory environments.
R-glass type fibers: Due to its acceptable mechanical properties, it is used in the construction of building composites.
ER Glass Fiber: Due to its special chemical properties, it is used in the pharmaceutical industry.
ECR Glass Fiber: Due to its very high resistance to acids, it is used in detergent factories.
Its characteristics include chemical, dielectric, remarkable mechanical resistance, resistance to dangerous rays such as infrared and ultraviolet.
Types of fiberglass tape are:
Foil fiber tape: Due to the presence of foil in its composition, this tape has an excellent heat tolerance, which is up to 700 degrees Celsius.
Plain fiber tape: It is made of glass fibers and can withstand temperatures up to 650 degrees Celsius.
Adhesive fiber tape: This tape is the same as plain fiber tape, except that this time to one side of the tape; The adhesive is impregnated and the heat it can withstand is up to 300 ° C.
Thermal tolerance of fiberglass tape:
Melting point: up to 850 degrees Celsius.
Glass type fibers: can withstand temperatures up to 600 degrees Celsius.
C-glass type fibers: can withstand temperatures up to 450 degrees Celsius.
Long-term use: Heat tolerance up to 550 degrees Celsius.
Applications of fiberglass tape include:
Insulation of thermal tanks
Production of thermal washers
Car exhaust sealing
Insulation of shafts
Sealing of power plant parts
Electrical insulation of industrial parts
Sealing of construction facilities
Build a conveyor
Production of firefighting clothing and fireproof gloves
Insulation of hoses and wires
Production of safe equipment