Carbon Fiber Graphite Fiber Manufacturer


  1. Stable performance at high temperature, good thermal shock resistance
  2. Even and soft texture
  3.  Low thermal conduction
  4. High chemical stability, prolong service life
  5.  Even material texture.
  6. Wide working temperature from 1800℃ to2500℃in vacuum or inert gas.
  7. Good insulation performance and low ash impurty.

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Product Description

Vacuum resisting furnace, induction furnace, and sintering furnace all uses this felt. Carbon fiber felt is also called graphite fiber felt. The material has an even texture, and it is very soft. It provides decent resistance to thermal shock and performs with stability at high temperatures. The high chemical stability of the product makes it service life prolonged. It has impressive insulation and very low ash impurity which makes it a perfect choice.


Any shape can be processed according to the drawings with accuracy cutting machine which has an impeccable performance. Shape, size, and certain specifications can be carried out as per customer’s demand. The best quality material is available for the felt. The precision with which these carbon fiber (graphite fiber) felts are produced leaves decidedly fewer chances for any quality blunder.


Every product undergoes a world-class dual QC system before getting a final quality report from the quality control department. The operation to control quality is stricter and only allows qualified cargo to reach delivery. During the entire process of production; sampling, analysing, and checking is the norm. Lab also has to issue a reliable factory inspection report.


Carbon fiber felt, or graphite fiber felt is highly suitable insulation, burn resistant material, and infrared heat material. It is a long time standard to use these felts as insulators. The product worth investing in and would definitely prove to be the best choice ever made. Prices are meagre as compared to the advantages of the product.



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