CRYOGENIC MLI

Our engineers and technicians have experience working with, developing, designing, and fabricating a variety of high temperature MLI materials. 

  • Elevated Temperature (up to 300° C)
    Materials that are used for these applications include polyimide films, Nomex® threads, and PTFE impregnated glass cloth.
  • High Temperature (300° C to 1000° C)
    MLI blankets that will be used in this temperature range typically include graphite cloth, ceramic textiles, and fiberglass fabrics.
  • Ultra High Temperature (1000° C and above)
    Materials that are used in this temperature extreme include refractory metal foils (coated and uncoated), ceramic and silicon carbide textiles, graphic cloth, and silica fiber felt.

 


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CRYOGENIC MULTILAYER INSULATION

CRYOGENIC MLI

MLI Blankets or sometimes referred to as superinsulation blankets for cryogenic use minimize heat transfer through the blanket from warm surfaces into environments at very low temperatures in which liquid elements are stored. Superinsulation is not as constrained by weight but by the ability of the system to separate and limit not only radiative heat transfer but conductive heat transfer from layer to layer.

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