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Cogetherm® - Mica Laminate Insulation Board
Cogetherm Mica plates for high-performance thermal and electrical insulation.
  • Cogetherm is a mica laminate designed for electromechanical and thermomechanical applications.
  • Standard Plate Sizes (untrimmed): 20" x 48", 40" x 24" & 40" x 48"
  • Thin Gauge Muscovite 505 & Muscovite 132 as well as Phlogopite 505 & Phlogopite 132 Sheets are 39.27" x 23.62" & 47.24" x 39.29"
  • Cogetherm is made in two standard types: Cogetherm M (Muscovite) & Cogetherm P (Phlogopite)

    Cogetherm M, consists of +/-90% Cogemica Muscovite and +/-10% of bonding material. Cogetherm M has the highest resistance to pressure and is most recommended for complicated cut pieces. For continuous service temperature with temperatue up to 500 C (932 F), we recommend Cogetherm M.

    Cogetherm P, consists of +/-90%Cogemica-Phlogopite and +/-10% of bonding material. The resistance to pressure of Cogetherm P is less than M and it should be applied only for continous applications > 500 C (932 F)
  • Both Cogetherm M & Cogetherm P are also available in a "desmoked" grade which emits reduced fumes during it's first applicaction. These grades are known as MC & PC.

  • Features of Cogetherm® - Mica Laminate Insulation Board:
  • Excellent resistance to heat and even to open flame up to 1000°C,
  • Low thermal conductivity,
  • Excellent electrical insulation,
  • High resistance to pressure,
  • Impervious to most chemicals, in particular oil and grease,
  • ASBESTOS-FREE, ecologically safe and non-toxic.
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  • Cogetherm Data Sheet
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