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Size:1.25" x 3'
"p"The DEI Ultra 47 Sheath is designed to be the ultimate protection for your cables, lines, wire or hoses. Ultra Sheath MA has a higher sustained heat capability of up to 1100 degrees Fahrenheit and is more flexible than standard foil or bonded aluminum products. Constructed from a process that impregnates molten aluminum to the core fabric giving it higher heat reflective properties. It's the perfect choice for tight high heat applications.


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Titanium Exhaust Heat Wrap High-Temperature Silicone Coating Spray Cool-Tube Extreme Heat Reflective Sleeve Reflect-A-GOLD Heat Sheath - Aluminized Sleeving Fire Sleeve and Tape Kit
Titanium Exhaust Heat Wrap High-Temperature Silicone Coating Spray Cool-Tube Extreme Heat Reflective Sleeve Reflect-A-GOLD Heat Sheath - Aluminized Sleeving Fire Sleeve and Tape Kit
Made from pulverized lava rock and engineered for improved thermal performance and reliability Recommended for DEI glass fiber wrap to penetrate, seal, protect and prolong the lifespan of exhaust wrap Ultra-lightweight heat reflective solution for wires, cables, hoses, fuel lines, etc. Heat reflective solution for firewalls, bulkheads, engine covers, floors, seat bottoms amp; more Heat Sheath provides ultimate protection from extreme heat as well as chemical and oil spills, dirt, grease and road grime Use for bundling and protecting hoses, electrical wiring, etc. from high temperatures
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Reflect-A-Cool Titanium Pipe Shield Versa Shield Titanium Turbo Shield Protect-A-Boots and Wires Kit Hi-Temp Shrink Tubing
Use to cover firewalls, marine engine compartments, RVs, or in the tub of a racecar where typical mechanical fasteners cannot be used Easy to install with unique rivet-based pipe standoff brackets and pipe clamps Protect your starters from potential failure caused by under-hood heat soak conditions Custom fit for easy installation, the incoporated anchoring hooks provide a secure fit Optimize your under-hood protection against radiant heat while adding a finished look to your spark plug wires provides excellent electrical insulation, protection, as well as providing strain relief

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