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What are Covers? glass covers? Silicone covers?

In general the Insulating fabric covers are products specifically designed for protection against heat and fire. In this case, they are made of fiberglass and covered with red silicone, creating the product FTV-81 SIL silicone glass covers.

Both materials already have very good insulating properties against heat and their combination makes them ideal for manufacturing these insulating covers.

FTV-81 SIL covers in Asturias

JIN · Juntas Industriales y Navales is the manufacturer of insulating fabric covers in Gijón · Asturias. It covers the national and international market, making shipments tailored to the client.

We have a large stock of insulating fabric covers, specifically the FTV-81 SIL silicone covers.

Do not hesitate to consult and tell us your needs, we will make a tailored budget without commitment.

Silicone Glass Cover FTV-81

Characteristics of the FTV-81 SIL Sheaths

The FTV-81 SIL sheaths are textured type «E» glass braided sheaths, with the FTV-81 SIL silicone coating.

Its resistance to molten metal splashes and radiant heat is Excellent. The continuous working temperature is 260ºC, with peaks of 1,650ºC.

Cover FTV-81 SIL

Format of the FTV-81 SIL Sheaths

  • Length of the Roll: 10 meters
  • Silicone Cover Thickness: 1.2 mm
  • Glass cover thickness: 2 mm
  • Inside diameter: 10, 13, 16, 20, 22, 25, 30, 38, 45, 50, 63, 75, 88, 100

Uses of the FTV-81 SIL Sheaths

Its uses are diverse, but always related to the thermal and mechanical protection of tubes, hoses, cables, hydraulic, pneumatic, oil-hydraulic and electrical equipment.

The FTV-81 SIL sheaths are usually used in extreme conditions of high temperature and abrasion, in instrumentation, tubes and cables of:

  • Aluminum smelting plants.
  • Steel mills and foundries.
  • Petrochemical Industry
  • Process plants and boilers.
  • Thermal power plants and combined cycles.
  • Glass Manufacturing.
  • Uses with oil hoses
  • Vapor lines.

 

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