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Requirements

PRODUCTS OF RLB SILIKA

SuperSilika (before rebranding known as SuperSil) materials of amourphous fibres with the silicon oxide content of 96-98% are specifically designed for high-temperature media. At RLB Silika, we use only high-quality materials in silicon production. Reconstructed and low-grade fibres or production wastes like yarn ravels and lint are never used in our products.

We are proud to present a wide range of SuperSilika products: needle cloth, mats lined with silica fabric or foil, tapes, pipe insulation jackets, welding blankets, curtains, and fire bags.

SuperSilika (before rebranding known as SuperSil) material improves fire safety, electric insulation and soundproofing. As a thermal insulation material, SuperSilika ensures reliable protection in the extreme conditions under the temperature of up to 1200°C and even under the short-term impact of the temperature as high as 1400°C.

Safe for human health, SuperSilika cloth is resistant to oxidation, the majority of corrosive solutions and chemical reagents.

Particular qualities of SuperSilika:

  • Substitutes asbestos and ceramic refractory
  • Strong enough to contact with molten metal
  • Compatible with the majority of chemical reagents
  • Resists multiple thermal cycles
  • Features high electric resistance
  • Contains no binding agents and releases no smoke-generating substances
  • Features low heat conductivity
  • Safe for respiratory tract
  • Amorphous: develops no crystals or dust, and causes no mechanical irritation
  • Economically feasible

Recommendations for application:

In the industries where the quality of high-temperature materials and the downtime of the equipment are critical, SuperSilika products make it possible to reduce the costs. Such industries include thermal and electric power stations, casting workshops, oil and petrochemical industries, nuclear power industry, glass factories, machine engineering and instrument manufacture, aviation and aerospace industries, electronics and communication, as well as the industries where heat insulation is essential for productivity, fire safety, and resource saving.