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I am trying to devise a high efficiency heat exchanger. I believe that a ceramic would be the best choice as an insulator, but I am having trouble finding out information on the insulative characteristics of the various types of materials. I would like a clay with low shrinkage rate when fired, and that can be fired in a standard Kiln. The device is relativly small, so I would not need a great deal of the material. Any information that you can provide would be greatly appreciated. Thank You.
Re: What is the best thermal ceramic insulator to keep heat in a vessel?
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