Calcium silicate cloth

Calcium silicate cloth

Calcium silicate cloth represents a valid alternative to the more common ceramic fabrics. It is obtained by weaving numerous twisted threads. The width and thickness is, in fact, determined by the number of threads used. 

The Calcium silicate cloth is soft to the touch but stays high temperature resistant. It is available in various thicknesses and weaves to provide a complete range of products.

When reinforced with glass threads, it withstands continuous temperatures of up to 650°C, while when reinforced with Inconel wires, it withstands continuous temperatures of up to 1050°C.

The calcium silicate fabric contains approximately 20% organic fibre to facilitate the carding process.