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Some of the outstanding and unique properties of these fibers offer are high temperature stability, low thermal conductivity, low heat storage, excellent thermal shock resistance, lightweight and superior corrosion resistance. Fiberfrax products are available in a variety of forms.

Ceramic Fiber Blanket

Ceramic fiber blanket is a strong, lightweight, flexible needled blanket that is made from spun ceramic fibers. Available in 1/2", 1" and 2" thicknesses. Used for simple molds, with or without rigidizer.

  • 6# 1" x 24" x 25' (50 sq ft per roll)---- $95.00 / roll
  • 1/2" blanket, special order, priced at time of order.
  • 2" blanket, special order, priced at time of order.

Ceramic Fiber Paper

We stock Unifrax fiber paper. It has a smooth Linen texture. This flexible lightweight material has multiple uses for the studio artist. Used as a separator between your glass project and the kiln shelf. Torn pieces and cut pieces can be used in your bas-relief projects. Available and 24" wide x 1/32", 1/16" and 1/8" thick. 48" wide is available by special order.

Unifrax Ceramic Fiber Paper
  • 970A... 1/32" thick X 24" wide X 160' long---- $400.00 / roll
  • 970F... 1/16" thick X 24" wide X 100' long---- $400.00 / roll
  • 970J... 1/8" thick" X 24" wide X 50' long------ $325.00 / roll

Ceramic Fiber Board

Rigid and lightweight, ceramic fiberboard has many uses in the studio. Use as Kiln shelves, moldmaking, dam walls, or in bas-relief projects. Cuts easily with a craft knife. Offers low thermal conductivity, high temperature stability and excellent resistance to thermal shock. 2300F (1260C) use limit. Available in 1/2" and 1" thickness. Sheets sizes 48 x 42 (14 ft.).

Ceramic Fiber Board
  • 42" x 48" x 1/2"---- $95.00
  • 42" x 48" x 1"---- $174.00

Primo Primer

This is the best shelf primer we have found for use with ceramic fiber products. An alumina sulfate based product works best with alumina based ceramic fiber versus the old clay-based products. Packaged in 5 pound containers.

Primo Primer
  • 5 lbs---- $19.00

Boron Nitride

Use this compound to coat your metal molds. Simply painted on. No need to heat the mold up first! Holds up to multiple firings. Will not stick to your glass. Air or heat dry.

Boron Nitride
  • 1 pint---- $29.00

Colloidal Silica Rigidizer/Hardener

A heat setting rigidizer used with ceramic fiber blanket and mold making. Simply wet the blanket and form your shape. Curing of product can be accomplished by air drying for several days or by immediate temperature exposure. Curing is merely a function of removal of the water in the in the inorganic binder. Rigidizer holds up for several firings. Rated at 1300F (705C). Packaged and 1 gallon containers.

Colloidal Silica Rigidizer/Hardener
  • 1 gal---- $35.00

Fiberboard Shelf Coat

This high alumina product puts a hardshell coating on your fiberboard kiln shelf. To be applied after rigidizing, it helps protect the shelf from dings, dents and provides a smooth surface.

Fiberboard Shelf Coat
  • 1 qt---- $26.00

Furnace Coat

Alumina based coating. Used to repair furnace castings and gloryhole liners. Brush on. Can be diluted with water. Rated at 3000F (2650C). Packaged in quart containers.

Furnace Coat
  • 32 oz---- $16.00

Inswool Moldable

Inswool moldable consist of ceramic fibers dispersed in sticky water-based refractory binder. This material is a putty like consistency which permits application by caulking, troweling or hand forming. Available in gallon pails and 10.3 ounce caulk tubes. Used to repair high alumina ceramic fiber such as glory holes.

Inswool Moldable
  • 11 oz. tube---- $15.00
  • 1 gal. pail------ $69.50

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