Leading the popularization of inorganic insulators
KCC Mineral Wool is the most commonly used insulator in the industry and uses mineral ore as the main ingredient.
It is applied to fireproof and fire-resistant structures for pipes, various devices in thermal and combined power plants, plants and vessels.
KCC Mineral Wool is an artificial mineral fiber insulator made by melting calcium silicate at high temperatures, processing fibrosis using a high-speed torque and forming it into a uniform shape using a binder. It has a wide working temperature range, and because it is made into a variety of shapes according to applications, it is an essential economic insulator used in buildings as well as industrial applications and shipbuilding industries requiring heat insulation, cold insulation, fireproof, acoustic performance and prevention of condensation.