Thermal Barrier Tape suits applications to 2,500°F.
October 26, 2012 -
Fabricated using silica ceramic cloth combined with adhesive backing layer, Pyro-Tape 682-TB is available for insulating pipes, doors, and ductwork. Thermally insulative tape is rated to 2,500°F and provides thermal conductivity of 1.00 Btu-in./hr-ft²-°F. Available in several sizes, tape is suitable for combustion systems, incinerators, heat exchangers, exhaust systems, and boilers. Pyro-Tape 682-TB1 is 0.030 in. thick x 1, 2, or 4 in. while Pyro-Tape 682-TB2 is 0.054 in. thick x 1, 2, or 4 in.
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|Original Press Release |
Aremco Products, Inc.
707 Executive Blvd., Unit
Valley Cottage, NY, 10989
PYRO-TAPE 682-TB High Temperature Thermal Barrier Tape Now Available
Valley Cottage, NY –
Pyro-Tape 682-TB, a new thermally insulative, high temperature tape produced by Aremco Products, Inc., is now available for insulating pipes, doors and ductwork for applications to 2500 °F (1371 °C).
Pyro-Tape 682-TB is a new thermally insulative,high temperature tape fabricated using a silica ceramic cloth combined with an adhesive backing layer to make it easier to wrap pipes. The tape is rated to 2500°F (1371 °C) and provides a thermal conductivity of 1.00 Btu-in/hrs-ft2-°F.
Pyro-Tape 682-TB is typically used to insulative high temperature pipes, doors and ductwork used in combustion systems, incinerators, heat exchangers, exhaust systems, and boilers.
Pyro-Tape 682-TB is available in several standard sizes:
Pyro-Tape 682-TB1 0.030” (0.76mm) Thick x 1”, 2” or 4”
Pyro-Tape 682-TB2 0.054” (1.37mm) Thick x 1”, 2” or 4”
Please contact Aremco’s Technical Sales Department for more information about Pyro-Tape 682-TB.
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Quote for Pyro-Tape 682-TB1 0.030”
Kindly send me quotation for:
1. 50m Pyro-Tape 682-TB1 0.030”
2. 50m Pyro-Tape 682-TB2 0.054”
Thank you in advance
Alexey on Sep 2, 2013 07:25
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Please advise if this tape is "fame resistant"....in other words can a fame be directly applied to the tape surface? thank you,
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Bill Davis on Apr 11, 2013 12:01
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