Marinite P

The marinite P has a good resistance to compression and bending. It is ideal for making freestanding panels, and is also used for applications requiring minimum heat distortion.


Principal applications : oven walls and linings, welding insulation, fire doors, fire training burn buildings, cable trays, personnel protection, and as insulation for marine ships and off-shore rigs.

Back-up insulation applications : ladles, torpedo cars and tundishes in the iron and steel industry, lime and cement plant rotary kilns, and aluminium die cast holding furnaces.


Technical Data

Density lbs /pi³ (kg/m³) 60 (961)
Modulus of Rupture (Flexural Strength) psi (kg/cm²) 1400 (98)
Compressive Strength
Ultimate laod psi (kg/cm²) -
@ 5% deformation psi (kg/cm²) 3050 (214)
Moisture Content (normal), % of dry weight 3.0
Thermal Conductivity
Mean Temperature, Btu-in/ft², hr, °F
250°F -
400°F 1.13
600°F 1.15
800°F 1.16
1000°F 1.17
Mean Temperature, (W/m°K)
121°C -
204°C 0.16
316°C 0.17
427°C 0.17
538°C 0.17
24 hrs @ 649°C
Linear (Length or width), % 0.6
Thickness, % 2.1
Arc Resistance, seconds, ASTM D 495 -
Volume Resistivity, ohm-cm, ASTM D 257 5.0 X (10^8)
Dielectric Strength, v/mil, ASTM D 495 46
Screw Holding Strength
@ 7/8" penetration, lbs (kg) 500 (227)
N.B. The information, details and values indicated are to the best of our knowledge. We recommend to conduct tests according to local conditions. The data is subject to some variations without notice.