DALFRATEX®

High temperature fibres and textiles

High temperature fibres and textiles

Our DALFRATEX® range of inorganic fibres and textiles has a very high resistance to thermal shock and provides flexible electrical insulation at temperatures as high as 1000 °C. DALFRATEX® materials can operate continuously at 1000 °C and at 1600 °C for limited periods.

How you can benefit from DALFRATEX®

  • Excellent electrical insulation
  • High resistance to thermal shock
  • Can operate at peak temperatures of 1600 °C
  • Compatible with mineral acids
  • Compatible with a wide range of substances 

DALFRATEX® is most commonly used for

  • Gas turbine and rocket engines
  • Fire Protection
  • Metallurgical/Steel production
  • Glass manufacture
  • Electrical heating/Generation
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Our Services

  • Analysis, calculations and simulations

    Meet all your fire, thermal, and acoustic requirements thanks to our full analysis, calculations, and simulation services.

  • Fire and performance testing

    Verify your solution’s efficiency with our in-house fire and thermal performance testing or take advantage of our state-of-the-art test labs.

  • Product selection and design

    We listen to your requirements and select the perfect match for the job from our comprehensive range of products.

  • Production and installation support

    Choose between pre-installed solutions, supervised production runs, small batch delivery or high-volume production.

  • Application or system design

    After defining the specifications, we will design a solution that fits your specific needs and develop a prototype.

  • Workshop services

    Our in-house workshops offer CNC routing and cutting, water jet and laser cutting, coating, shrink-wrapping, heat-sealing under vacuum, cutting and stamping of laminates, and hand manipulation.

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