High-temperature vacuum formed parts (PCW) for application temperatures up to 1800°C

Thanks to production by vacuum-forming, UltraVac insulation materials offer very precise dimensions, surface quality and homogeneity in particular at complex part designs. This way, we implement individual and application-specific unique parts or small series made of polycrystalline mullite/alumina wool for electrically heated high-temperature applications at application temperatures of up to 1800°C.

The structure of the vacuum-formed shapes remains stable even at high temperature gradients within the insulation material. Thanks to the very good thermal shock behaviour, UltraVac is outstandingly suitable for use in high-temperature furnaces with large and quick temperature changes.

Your benefits with UltraVac:

  • Shapes ready for installation as single parts or small series
  • Complex design possible
  • Complete furnace linings possible
  • Very good thermal shock behaviour
  • Stable structure at high temperature gradients
  • Application temperature up to 1800°C
  • Forms: Boards, shapes, cuttings and other geometries

UltraVac insulation materials can be used to deliver complete furnace linings ready for installation – e.g. for dental furnaces. On request, they can be combined with all electric heating systems by SCHUPP® Ceramics into complete heating systems for demanding production and research environments.


Your Enquiry

Contact person Technical Dpt.

Dr. Katarzyna Falenty
Innovation & Technology Manager

Telefon: +49 (0) 241-93677-57
E-Mail: k.falenty@schupp-ceramics.com

Contact person Sales

Gerrie Timmer
Senior Field Sales Manager

Telefon: +49 (0) 241-93677-36
E-Mail: g.timmer@schupp-ceramics.com

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