Fire Sleeves: Essential Protection for High-Temperature Environments
In high-temperature environments, fuel lines, transmission lines, brake lines, and electrical wiring are susceptible to damage from heat and abrasion. Fire sleeves offer a practical and effective solution to this issue by providing heat insulation and fireproof protection.
Constructed from a high-temperature resistant braided glass material, fire sleeves are woven into a sleeve and coated with a layer of iron oxide silicone rubber. This combination results in exceptional heat insulation and protection from direct heat up to 260°C (500°F). Moreover, fire sleeves can withstand intermittent temperatures of up to 1093°C (2000°F).
Fire sleeves are commonly used for insulating wiring, hoses, oil lines, brake lines, and transmission lines. They are also ideal for bundling and protecting hoses and electrical wiring in various industrial and automotive applications.
In conclusion, fire sleeves are essential for ensuring the safety and longevity of critical components in high-temperature environments. Their durable and heat-resistant construction makes them an invaluable asset for industries that require reliable heat protection.