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Marinite M

OVERVIEW
Marinite M is a non-asbestos, incombustible material manufactured in panel form. Designed to combine structural strength and high thermal insulating values. Oven dried formulations of BNZ boards are used in a variety of heat insulating processes, fire protection and machined parts. Selection is commonly based on a balance between strength and insulating qualities. Examples include oven walls and linings, soldering insulation, fire doors, fire training burn buildings, cable trays, personnel protection, and as USCG-approved insulation for marine ships and off-shore rigs. Back-up insulation applications include ladles, torpedo cars and tundishes in the iron and steel industry, lime and cement plant rotary kilns, and aluminum die cast holding furnaces.

Marinite M Applications:
Potential applications include the construction of ovens, dryers and other insulated housings for the retention and control of heat. It can be machined to form heat baffles and other insulating parts.

FEATURES AND BENEFITS
Marinite M Advantages:
Formed from calcium silicate with inert fillers and reinforcing agents, Marinite M panels provide structure and insulation in a single, easily erected material. It is highly damage resistant, non-corroding and extremely water-resistant.
  • Thickness Range: .500" to 2.0" thick
  • Max Operating Temp: 1350° F
  • Compressive Strength: 1000 psi - for 5% deformation
  • Thermal Conductivity: (btu in/ft, hr, °F): 0.81 (400° F) 0.81 (800° F) 0.86 (1000° F)
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