Thermal Textiles

William Johnston & Company Limited offer a full range of glass-fibre, aramid, silica and ceramic fabrics which have been specially developed for use in thermal protection and insulation.

There are many different types of fabrics that are produced in a variety of weights, widths, weave patterns and treatments. Applications for steam boiler, thermal barrier, bespoke insulation jackets and fire rated seals are just some of the areas where our thermal textiles are employed. The chart below shows the maximum temperature for each variety of material that we offer.

Thermal Textiles

GLASS
Excellent Thermal Insulation
Suitable for Temperatures up to 550°C
Asbestos Replacement
Continuous Filament and Air Textured Textiles
Coatings and Finishing enhancements

FILAMENT GLASS CLOTH GLASS KNITTED ROPE
TEXTURED GLASS CLOTH GLASS NEEDLE MAT
GLASS WEBBING & GLASS LADDER TAPE GLASS PACKING SQUARE AND ROUND
GLASS ROPE LAGGING GLASS SLEEVING
GLASS YARN AND TWINE GLASS COVERED & FILLED INSULATIONS

CERAMIC
Excellent Thermal Insulation
Suitable for Temperatures up to 1260°C
Asbestos Replacement
Reinforced

CERAMIC CABLED ROPE CERAMIC PLAITED
CERAMIC CLOTH CERAMIC ROPE LAGGING
CERAMIC NEEDLE MAT THERMAL CERAMIC ROPE
CERAMIC PACKING  

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Contact William Johnston & Company Limited

For more information about our Thermal Textiles products that are available world wide, contact us on +44 (0)141 620 1666, Email us or simply complete our online Enquiry Form.

Failure to select the correct materials or products can result in damage to plant and equipment and personal injury. In specific applications, particularly where critical conditions exist, we suggest you contact us and we will consider with you the most suitable material or product. However, information supplied by William Johnston & Company Limited is intended only as technical co-operation and as a guide to the various uses of different products. No warranty is given in respect of information or recommendations by William Johnston & Company Limited which are only given for guidance and without any guarantee. The customer must satisfy themselves on the suitability of the material or product for the intended purpose. The correct fitting of products is the responsibility of the customer.

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