Pipe Insulation, Seam-Seal, 5/8 In, 6 Ft
Average Rating: 5
|Type||Pre-Slit, Pre Glued|
|Insulation Nominal I.D.||5/8"|
|Copper Tube Size (Nom. I.D. Plumbing)||1/2"|
|Copper Tube Size (O.D. HVAC/R)||5/8"|
|Iron Pipe Nominal Size||3/8"|
|Temp. Range||-160 to 200 Degrees F|
|Approx. ''R'' Factor||7.5|
|Material of Construction||Polyethylene|
|For Use On||Pipe|
|Agency Compliance||ASTM C 1427|
|Green Environmental Attribute||Product Contributes To Reducing Energy Consumption|
|Green Certification or Other Recognition||GREENGUARD Certified|
- Flexible Therma-Cel Polyolefin Pipe Insulation
- Preslit, self-sealing tubing has factory-applied adhesive and built-in release tabs. Can be pushed around P-traps and elbows up to and including 1" copper tube size. Mitering is recommended for complex joints.
- Help prevent heat gain and condensation or frost formation on water and air conditioning lines. Use with 320 or 620 contact adhesive or other approved sealing system.
- Meet ASTM C 1427.
- Temp. range: -160 to 200 F 6-ft. lengths
Average Product Rating: 5based on 4 reviews
Perfect LARP foamSunday, April 27, 2014
I haven't used this for its intended purpose, but it is a very durable and soft foam, which can be good for safety padding as well as insulation. It is also of the correct diameter (one inch foam thickness on all sides) for making foam swords.
Perfect durable yet soft foam
I larp.....Tuesday, January 29, 2013
Exactly what I needed. Holds it's shape well and gives a good cushion. Product described very accurately.
Well Made And Easy To UseSaturday, May 05, 2012
This pipe insulation is very firm and seems quite durable. Unlike some others I have used the plastic covering the adhesive stayed in place until I pulled it loose after I had placed the piping through the insulation. It sealed quickly and quite firmly. I am very pleased with this product and received if even faster than what the site said I would when I ordered it.
Best Pipe InsulationTuesday, February 14, 2012
Thick wall actually provides insulation, unlike the thin junk they sell at Home Depot or Lowes.