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Characteristics of High Temperature Insulation Wools

High Temperature Insulation Wools (HTIW) are made of synthetic vitreous or polycrystalline mineral wools. These are defined by a classification temperature above 1000 °C and are typically used at temperatures above 600°C. HTIW are necessary for many high-tech products owing to their versatile characteristics – including, for example, high temperature resistance, low thermal conductivity, excellent thermal shock resistance, chemical neutrality, great flexibility, low thermal mass and light weight.

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Europe at the Lead of the New Industrial Revolution

As Europe is facing a severe economic crisis the European Commission calls this situation and the changes also an opportunity: “We cannot let our industry simply leave Europe. It is a significant contributor to the real economy producing real values. Now, all efforts need to be undertaken to secure a modern, resource efficient, competitive and robust industry in Europe.”

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