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The report offers the percentage production ratio for refractory ceramic fiber and low bio-persistent ceramic fiber in diverse geographies which include Asia-Pacific, Europe, and North America.
The refractory ceramic fiber and bio low persistent ceramic fiber segments are the key revenue generators for the ceramic fiber industry.
SATORP specified that insulation used for this portion of the project be composed of non refractory ceramic fiber material in response to workplace environmental control concerns.
Alumitech's process not only separates the aluminum fines and commercial oxides, but has the ability to recycle the remaining materials, which are normally landfilled currently, into mixed sodium and potassium chloride salts for fluxing, calcium aluminate for metallurgical applications, and NMP feedstock for the production of refractory ceramic fiber.
The ceramic fiber market is divided into three key products types; viz refractory ceramic fiber, low bio-persistent ceramic fiber, and polycrystalline ceramic fiber.
However, hydroxyl radical activity differs among three tumorigenic fibers: amosite asbestos, silicon carbide, and refractory ceramic fiber (RCF).
Developed with an optimum balance of strength, thermal shock resistance and thermal conductivity by blending refractory ceramic fibers with a specialized inorganic binder system, they can be used for troughing, transfer ladles, furnace linings and die cast ladles.
Lister, commented, "We purchased the fiber manufacturing business in 1994 to develop the capability of utilizing the NMP produced from dross recycling for feedstock to the refractory ceramic fiber industry.