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.
|Density lbs /pi³ (kg/m³)||60 (961)|
|Modulus of Rupture (Flexural Strength) psi (kg/cm²)||1400 (98)|
|Ultimate laod psi (kg/cm²)||-|
|@ 5% deformation psi (kg/cm²)||3050 (214)|
|Moisture Content (normal), % of dry weight||3.0|
|Mean Temperature, Btu-in/ft², hr, °F|
|Mean Temperature, (W/m°K)|
|24 hrs @||649°C|
|Linear (Length or width), %||0.6|
|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)|