Pyrojacket Thermo Firesleeve - Glass Fibre Fire Protection

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Pyrojacket Thermo Firesleeve - Glass Fibre Fire Protection
Fire Sleeve Protective Sleeving is a flexible designed sleeving to protect wires, cables and hoses from high ambient temperatures. It is Highly Flexible and designed to resist most oils, hydraulic fluids, fuels, acids and alkalis.
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Thermo Firesleeve / Fire Protection Fiberglass Sleeving is an industrial grade, high temperature insulating sleeving constructed from thick-wall glass fibre and coated with HIGH TEMPERATURE silicone elastomer contataining an inorganic Red Oxide additive. The heavy silicone coating sheds molten metal splash to prevent heat transfer.

This Fire Sleeve will withstand continuous operating temperatures between -40°C - +250°C and can withstand repeated short-term exposure to molten steel, molten aluminium and molten glass.

Fire Protection sleeving is a very flexible sleeving designed to protect wires, cables and hoses from high ambient temperatures.

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Supplied in Red as Standard

Applications:

  • Wiring, cable, hoses and pipes in: Automotive, aerospace and industrial applications.

 

Technical Performance:

  • Glass fibre braid withstands temperatures up to +550°C
  • High temperature silicone withstands short term temperatures up to +1,000°C

 

Applications
Wiring, cable, hoses and pipes in: Automotive, aerospace and industrial applications.
Specifications

Glass fibre braid withstands temperatures up to +550°C
High temperature silicone withstands short term temperatures up to +1,000°C

 

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