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Morgan Ceramics to showcase Superwool® insulating fiber and ceramic components for high temperature applications at Furnaces North America 2012

Sep 24, 2012

Morgan Ceramics will be showcasing its breakthrough Superwool® fiber insulation and precision-engineered ceramic components for use in high temperature environments at the Furnaces North America (FNA) 2012 Show, which will be held October 2-3, 2012, in Nashville, Tennessee. Morgan Ceramics will be in booth #307 and will feature products from its Morgan Thermal Ceramics and Morgan Technical Ceramics businesses.

Morgan Thermal Ceramics will be promoting the successful development of its Superwool® mold wrap product, offering an alternative to refractory ceramic fiber (RCF) high temperature insulation. Superwool® blanket has thermal conductivity that is equivalent to RCF, but does not require operators to use special handling, packaging, or personal protective equipment. Also on display will be a range of fired refractory shapes, including Cerox®, a dense and chemically stable material, and MRI™, available in a variety of compositions, and offering a high-quality, dimensionally accurate refractory shape.

Products on display from Morgan Technical Ceramics will include precision-engineered ceramic components designed for high temperature heat treating furnaces, including rollers, crucibles, and other components offering thermal stability and shock resistance in high pressure, high temperature environments. Advanced ceramic materials, including Mullite, fused silica, and silicon carbide are chosen for their desirable properties in challenging environments.

Experienced engineers from Morgan Ceramics will be on hand to provide a general overview of capabilities, demonstrate products on display, or provide private consultations regarding custom solutions for specific problems or applications. Those requesting a time slot for a consultation should contact Chris Johnson at 706.796.4294 for Morgan Thermal Ceramics or Kevin McAloon at 973.227.8877 (x218) for Morgan Technical Ceramics.

 

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