Morgan Thermal Ceramics will be exhibiting its range of innovative high temperature insulation products at stands C15 - D14, Hall 6 at the ninth bi-annual METEF-FOUNDEQ. The international expo, which is dedicated to the aluminium and foundry industries, will take place at the Veronafiere exhibition centre in Verona, Italy until the 21st April 2012.
Working closely with aluminium producers, Morgan Thermal Ceramics has identified the most vulnerable areas of refractory linings in melt-hold furnaces. It has developed an optimised formulation for its monolithic insulation which delivers a 20-30% improvement in abrasion resistance and 40-50% improvement in thermal shock resistance, when compared to existing materials. As a result, Morgan Thermal Ceramics' products deliver high performance even in the harsh physical and chemical environment of aluminium melt-hold furnaces.
Featuring excellent thermal shock resistance, superior strength and available in a range of densities, the Tri-Mor monolithics offer superior performance and durability even against continuous contact with molten aluminium. Benefiting from a long service life, and with low maintenance requirements, Morgan's range avoids costly furnace downtime.
Morgan Thermal Ceramics will also be exhibiting its range of Insulating Fire Bricks (IFBs) which set new standards of low thermal conductivity in applications over 1000°C. The IFBs offer multiple benefits of high temperature insulation with low thermal conductivity, that allow end users to benefit from cost savings associated with increased energy efficiency combined with excellent load-bearing capability.
Also on display will be products from Morgan Thermal Ceramics' family of Superwool Low Bio-Persistence Fibres, including the lightweight Superwool 607 HTTM. It is simple to install and delivers excellent insulation and service life in harsh chemical and high temperature environments of up to 1300°C. It has high tensile strength with good handling ability and does not tear easily, offering a versatile insulation solution in high temperature processing applications such as kilns linings and furnaces.
"At Morgan Thermal Ceramics, we have a long-standing reputation for setting new standards for insulation solutions in heat-intensive applications," says Alfio Villa, Sales Director, Morgan Thermal Ceramics. "Our extensive range of high performance monolithic and insulating materials allows us to tailor solutions to best meet the individual needs of our end users."
To learn more about the range and meet Morgan Thermal Ceramics' experts, please visit stand: C15 - D14, Hall 6 at METEF-FOUNDEQ 2012.