Design Engineering Titanium Heat Wrap 2"x50'
Constructed from pulverized lava rock, extruded into fibers and then woven into a tight weave gives this material titanium-like strength and toughness. This improvement in thermal protection helps reduce underhood temperatures resulting in cooler air intake for improved performance. And less heat in the engine bay means reducing the chances of "heat soak" conditions on vital underhood components.
Titanium Wrap is extremely durable and capable of handling more heat than any other wrap found in the market today. Typical glass fiber wrap is rated at handling 1200 degrees F of maximum direct heat, while Design Engineering's new Titanium Wrap, using LR Technology, is capable of handling direct continuous heat up to 1800 degrees F and radiant heat up to 2800 degrees F. And because it's pliable, there's no need to wet the wrap when wrapping headers or pipes as many do in order to make the wrapping process easier to manage and to get a "tight" wrap.
Available in 1" and 2" widths and 15 and 50 foot lengths, Titanium Wrap will not shrink and because of it's material structure, it is more resistant to temperature and vibration break-down, abrasions, chemical and hot oil spills vs. glass fiber wrap. Plus DEI's Titanium Wrap offers an added feature - a very cool carbon fiber look!
- Part Number: 010127
- Manufacturer: Design Engineering
- This part does not have vehicle specific fitment
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2 reviews for Design Engineering Titanium Heat Wrap 2"x50'
5.0 out of 5.0
5/20/2017 by Kevin Yang
It does what it says!
My engine bay is a lot cooler than before. I highly this product, this roll is enough for my K series header. It does the job!
11/11/2012 by Pierce Fonville
Great product! Worth it!
This wrap works great! I wrapped my vibrant headers with it with no problems. No wetting of the wrap is required, just wrap it around and pull it tight at the end. I used threaded hose clamps to secure them and I believe that is easier than the metal zip ties. After install I could hold my hands 3 inches away and fell a little bit of heat, but nothing like the 800+ degrees inside!