Vacuum forming uses FCR, Superwool or polycrystalline refractory fibre, organic and inorganic binding which can be exposed to up to 1600°C, depending on the formulation.
This process allows the production of more or less complex geometrical parts such as tubes, cones and flat parts with excellent insulation properties.
Depending on the usage, the materials can be annealed, degassed, impregnated.
The production release limits are mainly defined by:
- The complexity of the part and the number of unites to produce
- The dimensions
- The thickness
- The tolerance