High temperature insulation is used in industrial, scientific and commercial applications that reach in excess of 4000 degrees Fahrenheit. These materials enable OEMs and other end users to monitor and control various processes in such extreme temperatures.The materials used in these applications include alumino-silica and mullite ceramic fibers, calcium silicate, alumina bricks and mineral wool fibers maximum insulating capacity. They are used for high-temperature applications have low thermal conductivity and minimal heat storage. The ceramic fibers also provide excellent resistance to environmental conditions and offer a lightweight solution for the manufacture of various aeronautic components. They are used in microwave drying and the production of fuel cells.