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Dei Cool-tape Thermal Insulating Heat Barrier 1-1/2" X 30 Ft Roll High Temp 1.5" on 2040-parts.com

US $28.00
Location:

Pflugerville, Texas, United States

Pflugerville, Texas, United States
Condition:New Brand:DEI Manufacturer Part Number:010416 / SELF ADHESIVE Intake heat wrap 1.5"

Heat Tape, Self-Adhesive Insulating Tape

1 1/2 in. wide x 30 ft. long

Part # 010416

Cool-Tape™ offers a flexible, easy to apply and ultra light weight solution to reflect heat away from important components such as wrapping wiring and cables to hoses, fuel lines and covering seams. Cool-Tape can be shaped and easily trimmed to size for a professional finished look. Made of one mil aluminized material bonded to woven fiberglass, Cool-Tape has a super strong self-adhesive backing capable of protecting up to 2000°F radiant heat and available in two different widths and three different lengths.

• Withstands 2000°F radiant heat
• Flexible and easy to apply
• Strong self-adhesive backing
• Thin for a tight wrap

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