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Vitroceram is a glass ceramic which outperforms thermal resistance standards.
Vitroceram has an expansion coefficient of virtually zero at temperature up to 800°C
It will resists to the strongest thermal shocks.
Vitroceram is ideal for heating systems, as it transmits 90% of radiation in the infra-red spectrum.
The contiunous working temperature of Vitroceram is 740°C.
It can be heated up to 800°C and dropped in water at 0°C with no risk of breakage.
Generally manufactured in thicknesses of 3 mm and 5 mm, it is also available in sheets:
20′” X 65″ (508 X 1650 mm)
30″ X 65″ (760 X 1650 mm)