welding protection vermiculite coated fireproof blanket material

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Packaging Detail:Standard Export Cartons or upon request
Delivery Detail:20 Days or upon request

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Welding Blankets 
Material:Fiberglass 
Size:0.9m*0.9m to 3m*3m 
Color:red or upon your request 
Rated1022 F(550)

welding protection vermiculite coated fireproof blanket material

 

 

Specifications

1. High silica glass fiber cloth. 
2. High temperature resistance. 
3. Instant working temp.: 1400C degree

Item:Welding Blanket

Material:Fiberglass

Size:  3' x 3' (0.9m x 0.9m) to 10' x 10' (3m x 3m). Customized sizes are available.

Color:red or upon your request

Excellent anti-abrasion 
Asbestos free 
fire and flame retardant

 

 

· 6 X 6 FT. (1.8 X 1.8 M), Rated 1022° F (550° C)

 

· ANSI / FM 4950 Approved for Welding Blankets

 

· Use horizontally in light to moderate exposure applications to protect autos, equipment or work area.

 

· Blanket confines welding sparks, spatter and grinding particulate.

 

· The fiberglass-based material is hemmed with high-strength fiberglass 

 

 

welding protection vermiculite coated fireproof blanket material

 

 

 

 

 

 WELDING BLANKETS

 

welding blankets are made from premium fiberglass woven fabrics, special treated on one side or both sides. The blankets are well-suited for welding, grinding spark and spatter protection for both personnel and equipment when doing component assembly or manual brazing.

 

 

 

 provides welding cloth in roll form or in prefabricated blankets. Blankets are hemmed with high temperature thread and can be grommetted. Suntex welding blankets are able to withstand temperature up to 12000C maximum, no itch to skin. Totally asbestos-free.

 

 

 

Sizes available from 3' x 3' (0.9m x 0.9m) to 10' x 10' (3m x 3m). Customized sizes are available.

 

 

 

How to choose welding blanket or cloth.

 

1.Select application.

 

General applications of welding blanket or cloth.

 

-Light duty - general purpose welding, light sparks and small spatter. Not recommended for horizontal application.

 

-Medium duty - heavier welding, sparks, spatter and light slag.

 

-Heavy duty - heavy sparks, spatter, slag and molten metal.

 

-Stress relief - choose soft materials recommended for Stress relief applications. The coated materials usually are not recommended for stress relief applications.

 

 

 

2.Determine dimensions of area to be protected.

 

 provides welding cloth in roll form or in prefabricated blankets.Consider dimensions of area to be protected and determine what form is suitable.

 

 

 

3.Select the finished blanket or cloth.

 

-Stiff material coated material has better abrasion resistance. Stiffer to allow spatter and slag to roll off easily.

 

-Soft material uncoated material is pliable. this material is easy to be draped over and wrapped around objects. it's usually use for stress relief applications.

 

-Weight and thickness of material the heavier and thicker material provide better protection and take longer to burn through

 

High Silica Glass Fiber Cloth Specification:
1. Continuous working temp.: 900°C degree

2. Short time working temp.: 1200°C degree
3. Instant working temp.: 1400°C degree

 


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