Coated Refractory Cloth Armatex SQF

ARMATEX SQF Coated Fabrics from Mid-Mountain Materials are derived from its ARMATEX QF product line, with improved resistance characteristics due to the application of a silicone coating on one side. The fabrics are composed of a heavyweight fiberglass fabric covered with a coating of a proprietary, high-temperature resistant refractory compound on one side, and with a silicone rubber coating on the other side.

ARMATEX SQF Coated Fabrics are available in a weight range between 30 ounces per square yard and 100 ounces per square yard. The unique coating combination yields a product with unprecedented abrasion, chemical, temperature and high strength resistant qualities. These qualities make ARMATEX SQF Coated Fabrics ideally suited for applications in hostile environments.

The ARMATEX SQF Coated Fabric products offered by Mid-Mountain Materials include ARMATEX SQF 50 Refractory Cloth, ARMATEX SQF 90 Refractory Cloth, and ARMATEX SQF 100 Refractory Cloth. For ARMATEX SQF 90 Refractory Cloth, the weight ranges between 30 ounces per square yard and 240 ounces per square yard. Figure 1 shows the ARMATEX SQF Coated Fabric.

ARMATEX SQF Coated Fabric

Figure 1. ARMATEX SQF Coated Fabric

Average Physical Properties of ARMATEX SQF Coated Fabrics

The average physical properties of ARMATEX SQF 50 Refractory Cloth are listed as below:

Coating
         Face Side Cured Silicone Rubber one side
         Back Side ARMATEX Q-Mix one side
Color
         Face Side Red or Black
         Back Side Black
Thickness, nominal, inches •mm 0.065 • 1.65
Temperature Rating
         Base Fabric 1000°F • 538°C
         Silicone Coating -65°F • -54°C to 450°F • 232°C, transient exposure to 600°F • 315°C
         Q-Mix Coating 2000°F • 1093°C continuous
Weight, nominal, oz/y²•gm/m² 50 • 1695
Width, inches •meters 40 •1.016 (+/- 5%)
Standard Roll Size 25 LY x 125 lbs • 22.86 M x 79.38 kg
50 LY x 250 lbs •45.72 M x 113.40 kg

The following are the average physical properties of ARMATEX SQF 90 Refractory Cloth:

Coating
         Face Side Cured Silicone Rubber one side
         Back Side ARMATEX® Q-Mix one side
Color
         Face Side Red or Black
         Back Side Black
Weight, nominal, oz/y²•g/m² 90 • 3051.5
Thickness, nominal, inches •mm 0.130 • 3.30
Temperature Rating
         Base Fabric 1000°F • 538°C
         Silicone Coating -65°F • -54°C to 450°F • 232°C, transient exposure to 600°F • 315°C
         Q-Mix Coating 2000°F • 1093°C continuous
Width, inches •meters 40 •1.016 (+/- 5%)
Standard Roll Size 25 LY x 160 lbs • 22.86 M x 72.5 kg

The average physical properties of ARMATEX SQF 100 Refractory Cloth are given as follows:

Coating Cured Silicone Rubber one side
ARMATEX® Q-Mix one side
Color Black, Red
Width, inches •meters 40 •1.016
Thickness, nominal, inches •mm 0.130 • 3.302
Weight, nominal, oz/y²•g/m² 100 • 3390.57
Temperature Rating
         Base Fabric 1000°F • 538°C
         Silicone Coating -65°F • -54°C to 450°F • 232°C, transient exposure to 600°F • 315°C
         Q-Mix Coating 2000°F • 1093°C continuous
Standard Roll Size 25 LY x 175 lbs • 22.86 M x 79.38 kg

Tolerance is +/- 10% unless otherwise stated.

This information has been sourced, reviewed and adapted from materials provided by Mid-Mountain Materials.

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