What is high-temperature resistant fabric?
Heat-resistant fabrics refers to a variety of materials that share a common characteristic: heat insulation. They provide protection against extreme temperatures and are available in many configurations, depending on their application.
Different types of heat-resistant fabrics
There are many heat resistant fabrics available, each with its own properties and applications.
Coated fabric can be used in many industries as a heat-resistant fabric. These fabrics can be used to block heat and protect against damage. The most common coatings are silicone, ceramic, and refractory. These coatings provide extra resistance to abrasion, chemical, and UV damage. These coatings are extremely durable and can be used even in harsh environments.
Another heat-resistant fabric is silicone fabrics and textiles. They have a continuous operating temperature at 982o C. Refractory coatings offer high resistance to extreme temperatures. It is one of the most durable technical textiles in the globe, with its high resistance to chemicals, low porosity and excellent abrasion resistance.
Components are also manufactured from heat-resistant fabrics, including seals, curtains, and blankets that act as insulation.