Zircar Zirconia, Inc.

USA High Temperature Insulation

P.O. Box 287, 87 Meadow Rd.
Florida, NY 10921

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About Zircar Zirconia, Inc.

Zircar Zirconia, Inc. employs the original "ZIRCAR PROCESS" to manufacture yttria stabilized Zirconia fibers, textiles, and rigid insulating boards, discs and cylinders.

With more than 40 years experience, Zircar has been manufacturing and supplying solutions for extremely high temperature applications. Using the Original Zircar process, Zircar Zirconia, Inc. is best known for ZYF, yttria stabilized zirconia (YSZ) felt. These unique fibers are also available as textiles, bulk fiber and vacuum formed custom machined shapes. The Original Zircar process is also used to produce the same format products in ceria, alumina, yttria, and custom chemistries.

Custom machining and construction of fiber insulation assemblies are offered, including furnace relining.

Products by Zircar Zirconia, Inc.

By Zircar Zirconia, Inc.

High Temperature Yttria Stabilized Zirconia Felt Felt Type ZYF is an excellent all-purpose high temperature insulation that can be used as a separator, wrapper, fixture, gasket, cushion, pillow, pad, barrier, cover, layering or packing material in high temperature applications. More specific applications for ZYF are in the Czochralski method... Read more »

By Zircar Zirconia, Inc.

High Temperature Yttria Stabilized Zirconia Insulation Porous and Machinable Choose between 30 lb/ft3, 60 lb/ft3 or our strongest 90 lb/ft3 versions of our zirconia bonded yttria stabilized zirconia fiber boards and cylinders that are easily machined with up to 2200 °C use limit in air. Our zirconia boards and cylinders can also be surface treated with ZR-RIG for a... Read more »

By Zircar Zirconia, Inc.

Buster Alumina Ceramic Fiber Boards & Cylinders Choose from several densities and two different binders, alumina or silica, that are all easily machined with use limits in air of 1600 C, 1700 C or 1800 C depending on the board or cylinder type selected. Read more »