High Temperture Tapes        

 

PYROSIL TAPE

A non-adhesive, iron oxide red silicone rubber tape. Pyrosil tape is designed to provide a self-bonding, self-curing, liquid-tight insulation barrier. Ideally used as an end-sealant in conjunction with Pyrojacket, Pyrosil tape prevents hydraulic oils and contaminants from wicking into the inner braid.  By virtue of its high dielectric strength, Pyrosil tape is an excellent alternative to heat shrinkable tubing, vinyl tapes and wraps. Typical applications include: wrapping wiring harnesses, protecting splices and terminations of power cables, and insulating coils on motors and generators.  Pyrosil Tape will withstand continuous exposure to 475°F (246°C). It is available in 1" (25 mm) wide, 1-1/2" (37 mm) wide, and a 1" (25 mm) wide fiberglass reinforced version for extra strength.

SILICAFLEX™ TAPE AB

Silicaflex Tape AB features all the characteristics of Silicaflex blanket and sleeve, but is supplied in a tape form for the convenient wrapping of hoses, cables and pipe.  Coated on one side with a pressure sensitive adhesive backing that facilitates ease of installation, Silicaflex Tape AB is a convenient, field installable solution to high temperature problems. The pressure sensitive adhesive decomposes at high temperatures, leaving a perfectly installed, tape wrapped hose, cable or pipe. Like all Silicaflex products, Silicaflex Tape AB will withstand 1800°F (982°C) continuous and short term exposure up to 3000°F (1650°C).  Silicaflex Tape AB is supplied in widths 2" (50 mm) and 4" (102 mm).

PYROTAPE

Pyrotape offers similar protection benefits to Pyrojacket. Constructed from a knitted fiberglass tape and coated with a thick covering of iron oxide red silicone rubber, Pyrotape can wrap around any diameter hose or cable.  Pyrotape is non-adhesive, and normally installed in a spiral wrap with a 30-50% overlap.  Like the Pyrojacket VCO option, Pyrotape can be installed without disconnecting hoses or cables. Pyrotape is available in widths from 1" to 5" (25 mm to 125 mm).