Ceramic fibre adhesive is a high temperature,
air setting cement. It is used mainly as a
refractory surface coating but can also be
used on ceramic fibre substrates and porous
materials such as insulating fire brick and
The cement sets to form a strong hard film, which
develops a ceramic bond at high temperatures
while maintaining excellent resistance to thermal
shock. The maximum recommended surface
temperature is 1400˚C. It can also be used as an
adhesive for ceramic fibre products.
Ceramic fibre adhesive can be applied by
brushing, dipping or spraying. Surfaces should be
free of grease, dirt and dust.
The consistency of the solution can be altered by
the addition clean tap water.
At high temperature the cement forms a hard egg-shell
ceramic film on most clean and grease free surfaces. This film
is completely stable. The majority of ceramic fibre products
may be coated with ceramic fibre adhesive as a protection
against high gas velocities or against molten metal contact.
Ceramic fibre adhesive is recommended as a high
temperature adhesive to bond ceramic fibre products
together, or to attach them to porous refractory surfaces
such as insulating fire brick or insulating concretes.
PROPERTIES MEASURED @ AMBIENT CONDITIONS
HIGH TEMPERATURE PERFORMANCE
Specific heat capacity at 100-550˚C
Melting temperature after drying
Permanent linear shrinkage after 24 hours at
The data provided is taken from average test results conducted under standard procedures and conditions and should not be used for specification purposes..
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