Products and equipment known as heat-resistant materials can be used to protect people, equipment, and instruments from high temperatures. Heat-resistant materials can be found in all areas of the furnace and oven, including automotive parts and manufacturing plants. Heat-resistant materials are not only designed to protect people and property from heat and fire, but also reduce the risk of exhausting gases that can result from overheating wires, cables and refrigeration lines.
There are many reasons to use heat-resistant materials in homes and in industries that require high temperatures in manufacturing. You will use these four types of heat-resistant materials in your commercial business and residential homes. Each one has its own industrial and commercial application. They are easy to use and can provide high temperature insulation and radiant heat protection.
You can find heat-resistant materials in the form heat-resistant tapes and heat-resistant sealants. Fire blankets are also available.
1. Tape that is heat-resistant
There are many sizes of heat resistant tapes available, including different widths, lengths, thicknesses, and colors. They can be used for many industrial applications. These tapes can be used to protect products against high temperatures and pressure. The heat-resistant tapes are able to withstand temperatures up to 1650° Celsius.
They are resistant to chlorine, salt water, and sweat due to their low shrinkage and low coefficients of expansion. The heat-resistant tape is made with a thick coating consisting of iron oxide and red silicon rubber. These materials can be used in heat-pressing and high-temperature sublimation processes.
2. Sealant that is heat-resistant
To better resist heat and pressure, heat-resistant sealants seal gaps between machine parts to prevent them from melting. These sealants are made with cement and liquid foam. They can withstand temperatures of 315°F to 1500°F (157°C to 816°C). These heat-resistant sealants are fast and effective to seal and can be found in precision industrial engineering as well as factories.
While liquid foam heat-resistant sealants are used to seal machined connections, threads and connections, their cement cousins can be used for covering rough surfaces such as shop floors. They can also resist chemicals and reduce vibration and shock damage at places like hydroelectric power stations.
3. Casing that is heat-resistant and fire-resistant
These heat-resistant materials are used extensively in aerospace and industrial applications. They resist water, oil and fire, and can also bond to each other. The heat-resistant fire casing can withstand temperatures of up to 540°C.
They move through a fiberglass-coated silicon-coated sleeve, which acts as an insulation board. You can find heat resistant fire sleeves in many sizes. They also protect cables, wires and hydraulic hoses. These sleeves are inexpensive and effective. They can be found in most industrial establishments where property and people need to be protected.
4. Fire blanket that is heat resistant
The most widely used heat resistant product is the fire blanket. There are smaller versions for homes, and larger ones for buildings and other industrial applications. These blankets are made from a few sheets refractory material that have been woven together. They can be thrown over the flames to put out the fire. Some blankets that are heat resistant can be coated with a fire retardant liquid.
Heaterk focuses on the R&D and innovation of heat-resistant fabrics and fire-resistant materials. Contact our team now to discuss the most professional fire protection material issues