INSUTHERM – WB provides:
1. Good Adhesion to the substrate.
2. High Flexibility.
3. Excellent UV resistance.
INSUTHE RM – WB should be applied in multiple layers from 250-500 microns. The standard DFT
recommended is between 2000 to 3000 microns, depending on needed protection. It provides
excellent personnel safety by protecting personnel from substrate burns and heat-related
INSUTHERM – WB maintains interior equipment temperatures, and therefore reduces energy
loss, saves money and improves manufacturing efficiency.
AREA OF USE
– Heat exchangers
– Steam lines
– Provides thermal insulation
– Adheres to most substrates
– Prevent CUI (Corrosion Under Insulation)
– Provides personnel protection
-Increases efficiency and saves energy
– Rapid application compared to conventional insulation
Technical Data @25˚C
Finish : Flat
Colour Range: White and Grey
(other colours available upon request)
Specific Gravity (Kg/L) 0.48
Solid Volume 75% ± 2
Dry Film Thickness range 250-3000 microns
Consumption (L/m²) @ 500 µ 0.67
Consumption (L/m²) @ 3000 µ 4
Surface Dry 30 minutes
Recoat Interval 2 hours
Application Method Airless Spray
Thermal Conductivity 0.07–0.25 W•m-1•K-1 @ 20°C
Shelf Life 1 year
– Substrate should be properly prepared and blast cleaned to ISO-Sa2½
-A suitable primer (Primapox Zinc 2K, Primapox GYM, Silprotect or Primabuild – ST) should be applied before INSUTHERM – WB.
-INSUTHERM – WB should be applied after primer has dried, preferably next day.
-INSUTHERM – WB should be applied in multiple passes of 250-500 microns to reach the required DFT- four to six passes of 500 microns.
-Each layer should be left to dry for 2 hours before next layer is applied.
Substrate temperature should be 10°C or above for application and during cure and a minimum
of 3°C above the dew point. Adequate dry air ventilation is recommended for optimum drying.
Keep the containers in a dry, cool, well ventilated space and away from source of heat and ignition. Containers must be kept tightly closed.
Packing Size 15L