Celsius blanket is a high temperature body soluble fiber that utilizes a unique spinning technology to create a special fiber with superior thermal and mechanical properties. This fiber is made from a blend of calcium, silica and magnesium and can be exposed to temperatures up to 1200°C (2192°F).

Celsius products are produced in our ISO-9001: 2008 certified facility where bulk, double needled blanket and modules are manufactured. The Celsius family of products can be used in a variety of applications including refractory linings, thermal insulation, and fire protection.

Typical Applications -

  • Aluminium Homogenizing Furnaces
  • Back-Up Insulation
  • Annealing Furnaces
  • Stress Relieving
  • Heat Treating Furnaces
  • Crude Heaters
  • Co-Generation Ducts
  • Insulating Pads

Celsius Bulk and Chopped Fibers are produced by the "blown" and "spun" processes. They are used as the base for all products: mouldable, vacuum formed board and shapes.

Typical Applications -

  • Packing of Expansion Joints
  • Vacuum Formed Products

Celsius Boards are vacuum formed products that are made to resist high velocities. These products provide low thermal conductivity, low heat loss and heat storage. Vacuum formed boards are ideal for furnace linings, boiler ducts and stacks.

Typical Applications -

  • Refractory Lining for Industrial Furnaces
  • Combustion Chamber Liners, Boilers and Heaters
  • Expansion Joints
  • Board over Blanket Linings
  • Back-Up Insulation

Bio Soluble Paper is a lightweight refractory material which has good handling strength, low thermal conductivity and low shrinkage.

Paper is durable and can be cut with a knife, shears, or standard steel rule dies. Its flexibility allows it to be wrapped or rolled to fit around most configurations.

Paper is free of asbestos and is designed to be a replacement for asbestos paper in most applications.


Our supplier has the most complete production range in the domestic market at the present. Our bricks are produced from high quality raw materials for a temperature range from 1260°C to 1760°C (2300 – 3200°F) according to ASTM and ISO standards and are available in all standard sizes as well as in various shapes.

Trend serves a wide range of heat intensive industries worldwide. Our bricks are used in industrial kilns and furnaces as back-up insulation and especially as hot face lining in hearth, wall and roof applications in:

Typical Applications -

  • Ceramic Industry
  • Iron and Steel Industry
  • Glass Industry
  • Aluminium Industry
  • Petrochemical Industry
  • Hobby kilns
  • Cement, Paper, Pulp & Lime Production
  • Incineration, Power Plants and others