Victorian fireproof sheet:
Victorian refractory sheet is made of cellulose fibers
Natural fibers are essentially plant, animal, or mineral. Plant fibers, as their name implies, are derived from plants. The main chemical components in plants are cellulose and therefore they are also attributed to cellulose fibers.
The fibers are usually attached by natural polyphenols, which are often present in the fiber cell wall; Therefore, plant fibers are often referred to as lignocellulosic fibers, except for cotton, which does not contain lignin.
Cellulose is a plant fibrous substance and the basis of all natural man-made fibers. Natural cellulose fibers include cotton, linen, hemp, jute and ramie.
The long chain of cellulose allows the hydroxyl functional groups in each anhydrous glucose unit to interact with the hydroxyl groups in adjacent chains through hydrogen bonding and van der Waals forces. These strong intermolecular inter-chain forces are associated with the highly linear bonding of the cellulose molecule due to the crystalline nature of the cellulose fibers.
Victorian fireproof sheet:
Due to the use of cellulose fibers in the structure of this product and being free from destructive substances of nature, it is called environmentally friendly.
One of the main applications of Victorian refractory sheet is operation in thermal environment and hot water and hot oil.
Application of Victorian sheet
Its applications have led to the use of refractory sheets to make various types of refractory gaskets and sealants and various types of flanges and sealing gaskets.
It is used for sealing water and oil up to 120 degrees in different dimensions and thicknesses.
It is one of the most widely used industrial sheets in the field of washer production for car engines, cylinders and..
They are known as cellulose sheets and refractory cardboard because of the structure of this refractory sheet.
Of course, oil-based sheet is also another name for Victorian sheet.
The structure of the Victorian sheet consists of cellulosic fibers.
These fibers are placed next to each other with a very good density and have caused many features in Victorian sheet.
These features include:
Resistance to hot oils and fuels such as gasoline is less expensive than other refractory sheets.
Resistance to a number of factors such as corrosive gases, X-rays, etc...
Lack of asbestos in the product structure, which causes no damage to the environment.
Tolerance of 120 ° C (hot oil temperature) directly and 200 ° indirectly.
The sheets are available in thicknesses of 0.25 mm to 1.5 mm and in width of one m in Gamma Sanat.
Features This product has many applications in industry.
These applications include:
Very suitable sealing of pumps, in industrial tanks in most refineries, fuel tanks and stations
The most suitable option for the production of gaskets in the industrial machinery industry, as well as automobiles and mechanics, etc. . .