Ceramic paper

Ceramic papers consist of glyplicate fibres mechanically combined without additional binding measures. The advanced production process ensures uniform distribution of fibres and accurate control of thickness and density. Ceramic papers have excellent resistance to sudden temperature fluctuations. They are characterized by very low thermal conductivity while maintaining high flexibility. Their thermal resistance is 1260 °C. They are used in various industries as insulating seals, compensating connectors, thermal barriers for cars (silencers, catalyst pipes, heat-absorbent guards). Also used as an anti-adhesion coating, insulator heat pierce, fire protection or classic insulating material.


  • resistance to continuous load up to 1260C;
  • resistance to sudden temperature changes;
  • non-flammability;
  • high flexibility;
  • low specific gravity;
  • tear strength;
  • high chemical and thermal stability;
  • resistance to water, oils, fats, liquid metals
  • and most acids;
  • good electro-insulating properties;
  • good acoustic properties;
  • easy to process;
  • a wide range of formats, uniform density, dimensional stability;
Technical parameters
Classification temperature 1260°C
Density 200 kg/m3
Melting point 1780°C
Tensile strength 750 kN/m2
Chemical analysis
DIN EN 955-2
min. 48%
min. 51%
Thermal conductivity λ
at density 128 kg/m3
300°C 0,07 W/mk
400°C 0,09 W/mk
500°C 0,11 W/mk
600°C 0,13 W/mk
800°C 0,20 W/mk
Roller widths 1000 mm , 1220 mm
Mat thickness 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 mm