DEI’s new Heat Screen is made of Mylar laminated to a glass fiber matting backed with an aggressive pressure sensitive adhesive for easy peel and stick application with high cohesion strength.
Designed to protect against excessive direct or radiant heat, it is developed to withstand 1200°F direct heat, or up to 2000°F radiant. To apply, simply cut and trim to cover body panels, floor boards, gas tanks, fairings, and other areas requiring thermal protection. It can also be used as a low profile protection under carpeting to lessen floorboard heat. Measuring only .060 inches in thickness, this versatile, thin profile reflective material adheres quickly and easily to any surface, even or uneven, painted or unpainted.
Use wherever there is need for thermal control and minimal clearance for race and show vehicles, or any car or truck, stock or modified to reduce radiant heat. Heat Screen is available for purchase in options of five square feet, 36” x 20” (part #010399), or 10 square feet, 36” x 40” (part #010400).
For more information: www.DesignEngineering.com or 800-264-9472