Heat Shieldings 5cm x 5m Heat Reflective Tape Gold 400 °C
5cm x 5m Heat Reflective Tape Gold 400 °C
€21,00
Heat Shieldings

5cm x 5m Heat Reflective Tape Gold 400 °C

€21,00

Reflect-A-GOLD™ is a metalized polyamide polymer laminated glass cloth with a high temperature pressure sensitive adhesive for use in extreme temperature swing environments.

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Product description

Difference DEI & Heat Shieldings The DEI gold tape is even more resistant to heat in the most extreme environments. The durability of DEI in extreme environments is higher than Heat Shieldings. If you need advice or more information about the difference please do not hesitate to contact us directly!

Reflect-A-GOLD™ is a metalized polyamide polymer laminated glass cloth with a high temperature pressure sensitive adhesive for use in extreme temperature swing environments. It is lightweight and easy to apply and remove. Highly effective material for firewalls, fuel cells, engine covers, under hoods, engine compartment, bulk heads, seat bottoms – anything or area that needs protection from heat.

  • Radiant Heat Resistance:850°F
  • Adhesive Heat Resistance:325°F
 
Product information
Brand Heat Shieldings
Article code HSGT5
EAN 8785255866145
Specifications
Material Metalized polyamide polymer laminated glass cloth
Max. direct heat | °C 160
Max. Radiant Heat | °C 400
Heat conductivity coefficient (λ value) | W/(mK)
Thickness | mm 0.5
Length | cm 500
Width | cm 5
Self adhesive Y
Color Gold
What our customers say
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average of 9 review(s)

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