Insultherm Header Exhaust Wrap
Insulates Exhausts For Increased Horsepower - Resists 1,200°F Heat
Insultherm Header Exhaust Wrap Features
- Texturized Fiberglass or Silica Fiber Construction
- Operating Temperature Range -70° to 1200°F (-57° to 649 °C.)
- Extremely Abrasion and Cut Resistant
- Will Not Burn or Support Combustion
- Resists Common Chemicals & Solvents
- Easy, No Tool Installation
- RoHS Compliant
- Cuts Easily With Scissors
- Protects Up To 2,000°F.
- 2,048°F / 1,120°C. Melt Temp
Inside Diameters Are Measured as Round Not Flat
Insultherm Header Wrap is an extremely high temperature resistant wrap commonly used to contain and manage hot gases in automotive and high performance headers and exhausts.
Header Wrap is manufactured from texturized fiberglass yarns that are woven into a strong and flexible wrap with vermiculite coating.
Remember when it comes to exhaust wrap, overlapping 1/4” is perfect as this allows just enough heat out to ensure performance without damaging your exhaust
Before installing Header Wrap, soak the entire length of material in water until it's fully saturated. Wrap the wet material around your pipes, remembering to overlap the edges slighty for full coverage. At the ends, secure the wrap with stainless steel cable ties. When your pipes warm up, the moisture will evaporate and the wrap will shrink slightly to form a tight protective seal arount the entire assembly.
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|Wall Thick.||Widths||Max Cont. Temp.||Standard Spool |
|Bulk 1||Bulk 2||Bulk 3|
|Monofilament Thickness (ASTM D-204)||NA|
|Wall Thickness||.0625 - .125|
|Chemical Resistance |
1=No Effect 2=Little Effect 3=Affected 4=More Affected 5=Severely Affected
|Salt Water (O-S-1926)||1|
|Hydraulic Fluid (MIL-H-5606)||1|
|Lubricating Oil (MIL-A-8243)||1|
|De-Icing Fluid (MIL-A-8243)||1|
|Fungus (ASTM G-21)||1|
|Maximum Continuous (MIL-I-23053)||1,200°F/649°C|
|Melt (ASTM D-2117)||2,048°F/1,120°C|
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