• Continuous operating temperature of 1,300°C (Max)
  • Typical loading of 200-400 BTU/Sq inch
  • High impact resistance
  • Low flexibility (not suited for exotic burner designs)
  • Medium warm up period - usually takes less than a minute to get to temperature
  • Low backpressure - distributor is usually needed, depending on the weave and layers utilized
  • Not well suited for blue flame
  • More prone to back flashing
  • Expansion can be an issue if not properly addressed
  • Excellent flame sense capability
  • Extremely low risk of contamination - burner does not have fibers or gaskets that could come loose
  • Limited on size - burner has a risk of back-flashing if surface area is too large
  • Will oxidize over a period of time