Calcium Silicate and Its Different Features Calcium silicate plates have low thermal conductivity (high insulating power), high compression, resistance to thermal shocks and low heat storage. They are free of asbestos and have low thermal expansion. These characteristics make calcium silicate board an excellent thermal insulation for secondary furnace coating and for pipes and valves. They have a wide application in the industrial market. Special pieces such as insulation for pipes, cuts, can be supplied according to drawing. Below are some features of calcium silicate and mgo board.
Features: Calcium Silicate Cement High Resistance Similar in chemical composition to extremely fine concrete, Calcium Silicate Cement supports the most demanding conditions of use, without significant damage, due to its exceptional mechanical resistance Extreme Lightness Pick up a piece of Calcium Silicate: you'll be amazed at its lightness. Even large pieces can be manipulated with one hand. Because of its lightness, a plate or gutter, even of large ones, is applied quickly. This is recognized as the champion in strength and durability: it is stronger, it is more durable. Chemically Stable The replacement and maintenance costs virtually disappear when you specify Calcium Silicate, because of its exceptional chemical stability under normal circumstances, it will last indefinitely.
Low Conductivity Calcium silicate has the lowest heat transfer coefficients among the insulators normally used in industrial plants, which is to say, greater "insulating power" or energy savings. The low conductivity of Calcium Silicate Board enables uniform and correct temperature control, helps reduce fuel costs and contributes significantly to the efficiency of the equipment. Controlled Reactivity Does not cause corrosion on the surface of stainless steel, carbon and others because of the extremely low level of chlorides and fluorides. Easy Application Calcium silicate is supplied in the widest variety of shapes and sizes available to meet virtually all pipe and equipment insulation requirements. The wide variety of diameters and thicknesses often allows the insulation to be performed in only one layer with fewer parts to close the pipe. Applies more easily and more quickly. Larger thicknesses and fewer parts means less gaskets, lower cement consumption, higher application productivity, less heat leakage points, labour savings, and lower costs. Reference URL- https://medium.com/@chinsunmgoboard/calcium-silicate-and-its-different-features4dcb9fef9adf
Published on Mar 12, 2018
Published on Mar 12, 2018
Calcium silicate plates have low thermal conductivity (high insulating power), high compression, resistance to thermal shocks and low heat s...