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Heat-resistant Turbine Cover

Posted By: QIAN-ZE

Date: Wed, 22 Jun 2022

Price: $1.00

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https://www.xmfiresleeve.com/products/heat-resistant-turbine-cover.html



QIAN-ZE Heat-resistant Turbine Cover is specialized in protecting turbines from extreme heat conditions that is widely used in F1 racing car, industrial vehicle, power generation assembly, agricultural machinery, etc. Good thermal insulation and fire resistant performance make heat-resistant turbine cover withstand continuous exposure to 650℃(1200℉) to 1200℃(2200℉) according to different interior turbo heat shield material respectively.


QIAN-ZE turbine insulation covers have many features to assure easy installation and appropriate choices. The dense braided fiber interior insulates against heat damage of turbines, extending their service life.


Quick Reference of Heat-resistant Turbine Cover
Materials E-grade Fiberglass /Basalt Fiber
Recommended Operating Temperature Continuous: 650℃(500℉) (Fiberglass )
800℃(1472℉) (Basalt Fiber)


Model Optional T25/T3/T4/T6
Color E-grade Fiberglass: Grey, Black, Silver, Blue, Red
Basalt Fiber: Brown


Typical Industries Transportation (Aerospace, Auto, Locomotive, Heavy Equipment)
Metals, Iron & Steel
Hose Fabrication
Robot Automation
Application Hose and Cable Heat & Flame Protection
Water/Oil Proof
Resistant
Freeze Protection


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