Glass nonwovens are needed for thermal, electrical and acoustical insulation because they offer superior performance. Their low thermal conductivity means that glass nonwovens can prevent the transfer of heat from one area to another, making them ideal for insulation in appliances, water tubes, chemical tubes and electrical wires. Additionally, their lightweight composition ensures that they don’t add any unnecessary weight or bulk to a space. Glass nonwovens are also highly durable and resistant to alkaline and acidic environments, providing long-lasting insulation protection. Furthermore, their stability up to 1,200°C makes them an excellent choice for high temperature applications.
Craneglas™ is a glass wet-laid media, designed to provide superior insulation performance in a range of applications. Our media is thermally stable up to 1,200°C and is resistant to alkaline and acidic environments. The advantage of our glass wet-laid media is that it ensures dimensional stability, consistent weight, thickness, and density, making it the ideal choice for your insulation needs.
For even more specialized insulation performance, our Craneglas™ media can be combined with our speciality coatings. Our specialty coatings provide additional protection and performance, making our media the perfect choice for your appliance, water, and/or chemical tube insulation, as well as electrical wire and cable wrap applications.
At GESSNER, we strive to provide superior insulation performance media that offers low thermal conductivity per ASTM C518, ensuring that you get the insulation performance you need. With our specialty coatings, you can further customize your insulation performance to meet your specific needs.
Info sheet: our Craneglas™ nonwoven solutions