Ceramic Fiber Paper

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Ceramic Fiber Paper is a lightweight refractory material processed from a blend of high purity alumina-silica fibers into a highly flexible, uniform sheet. It is recommended for classification temperatures up to 1260℃ (2300°F). Ceramic fibre paper, has low shrinkage, good handling strength, and low thermal conductivity. It contains a small amount of organic binder for processing which makes it flexible, and reduces off-gassing and odour during use. Our product has a highly uniform structure due to its controlled basis weight and thickness, assuring homogeneous thermal conductivity and a clean, smooth surface ideal for gasket or sealing. Ceramic fibre paper is completely free of asbestos and is designed to be an economic replacement for asbestos paper in most applications. Ceramic fibre paper is easy to handle and is readily cut with a knife, shears, or standard steel rule dies. Its flexibility allows it to be wrapped or rolled to fit most complex configuration.


  • Easy to cut, wrap or form
  • Temperature stability
  • Low thermal conductivity
  • Low heat storage
  • Resilient
  • Light weight
  • Thermal shock resistant
  • High fired tensile strength
  • Good flame resistance


  • Asbestos paper replacement
  • Investment cast mold wrap insulation
  • One-time consumable insulating applications
  • Back-up lining for metal troughs
  • Hot top lining
  • Applications where low binder content is required
  • Thermal and electrical insulation
  • Upgrade for fiberglass paper and blanket products

Technical Specifications

Classification Temperature




1260 Ceramic Fiber soft paper

1260 Ceramic Fiber high density paper




Loss on ignition (%)



Organic Content (%)



Tensile strength (MPA)



Theoretical Density (kg/m³)



Moisture Content (%)



Specification (mm)



Other dimensions available to special order.

All data represents typical results of standard tests conducted under controlled conditions. As such, the information is intended only as a general guide for specifications and design estimates.