Titanium thermal tape is made of a dusty lava rock – basalt and twisted into a spiral shape. Titanium coil is designed in such a way that she was stronger than most wraps and more durable for improved thermal performance and reliability. Ideal for any automotive or motorcycle application.
- Withstands direct radiation temperatures up to 980°C, and up to 1370°C in the mode of heating from a heat source (radiation heat resistance);
- Reduces temperature and vibration differences;
- Extremely flexible tape, compared to others, for tight and reliable wrapping;
- For winding the pipeline-wetting the tape is not required;
- High-tech carbon fiber;
- High resistance to abrasion, oil contamination, breakage and vibration.
By limiting the radiant heat from hot pipes inside the engine compartment, thermal tape can reduce the temperature by 50%. This process reduces heat absorption for electronics and air intakes, which has a positive effect on the operation of the entire car. Less heat under the hood leads to a cooler air flow, which increases the performance and throughput of exhaust gases in the exhaust system, which in turn contributes to a decrease in the density of combustion products and an increase in exhaust gas consumption.
Note: for titanium exhaust systems: DEI-does not recommend wrapping titanium exhaust pipes. Alloys used in the production of titanium exhaust systems tend to be thin, and are designed to quickly dissipate heat. The additional heat created by wrapping any titanium exhaust pipe can cause the titanium alloy to become brittle and subject to premature cracking. If you want to reduce the heat on an exhaust system made of titanium alloy, DEI recommends using alternatives such as flexible heat shields .