Morgan Advanced Materials is a global engineering company offering world-leading competencies in materials science, specialist manufacturing and application engineering in the field of Passive Fire Protection.
We offer products and engineered solutions for a wide variety of fire protection applications worldwide. Our FireMaster products are high-performance fire insulation materials offering high-temperature fire resistance, weight and space savings with simpler installation. Our engineered fire protection systems utilise these properties in the oil, gas and chemical production, building and tunnel construction and shipbuilding industries.
Products and Services
Our product range covers a wide area of passive fire protection materials, as well as low and high temperature, plus acoustic rated Insulation products.
We specialise in custom solutions for major industries and all defence sectors. The products are manufactured in our own facilities throughout the world and local conversions for unique requirements are our specialty. We have a range of flexible insulation products suited for heat shielding with exhaust pipes, as well as rigid panels for thermal and acoustic insulation.
In addition to this, our passive fire protections systems are globally accredited and used on various military and pleasure craft throughout the world. We offer engineering and installation support through our specialist engineers who have a wide range of experience in these applications.
FPAA – Fire Protection Association Australia
IRE – Institute of Refractories Engineers
RIAA – Refractory Industry Association Australia
ISO 9001 & ISO 14001 For our Manufacturing Facilities
- Arafura Class Offshore Patrol Vessels
- Hunter Class Frigates
- Collins Class Submarines
- Hobart Class Destroyers
ANZAC Class Frigates
- Cement, Lime, Plaster and Concrete Product Manufacturing
- Ceramic Product Manufacturing
- Other Manufacturing
Production of lightweight, high-temperature AES fibres used in the manufacture of thermal insulation and passive fire protection in the form of bulk fibres, blankets, felts, papers, boards, bricks and mastics.