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Ceramic fiber heat risers in Europe - any suggestions?

 
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Has anyone had any luck sourcing ceramic fiber tubes suitable for using as heat risers in Europe?  
 
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I think prosiref can make these.

http://www.prosiref.com/
 
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Quinsis in Belgium is good at that. They have much experience in higher quality sturdy risers, by using clay as part of the binder. Their highest specification product is 1400º C, one builder in the Netherlands is using those in board form inside the firebox of batchrockets.
http://www.quinsis.com/
 
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