MaxWool 3000 is a high-temperature insulation blanket produced from polycrystalline fibers that are needled for strength, providing a product that has exceptional performance at very high temperatures. MaxWool 3000 exhibits almost no shrinkage and excellent insulating properties up to its rated maximum use temperature of 3000°F (1650°C). Produced with a mullite chemistry (72% Al₂O₃; 28% SiO₂), MaxWool 3000 is thermally stable at elevated temperatures, and should be considered for use in applications above the temperature rating of ceramic fiber blankets.
Polycrystalline Wool Blankets
- Maximum Use Temperature
- Continuous Use Temperature
PCW (Polycrystalline Wool)
- Shrinkage @ 2200°F / 24 hrs
- Average Fiber Diameter
- Key Features Thermal Stability at High Temperatures
- Low Thermal Conductivity
- Low Heat Storage
- High Tensile Strength
- Thermal Shock Resistance
- Contains no Binder
- Contains no Asbestos
- Easy to Install
- No Curing or Dry Out Time Required
Oil and Gas
High-temperature insulation and passive fire protection products and systems to provide effective thermal management, improve processes and maintain efficiency.
Sealing, insulating and cover products designed to withstand elevated temperatures in tough operating conditions.
First-rate thermal management solutions for many heat treat processes, optimizing heat-up / cool-down cycles.
- Furnace doors, roofs and panels
- Ladle Covers
- Any area that requires insulation up to 2912°F (1600°C)