Stainless Steel Heat Shield Pads by Design Engineering Inc

Stainless Steel Heat Shield Pads by Design Engineering Inc

Featuring grommet holes that provide secure mounting points, the universal pads can be hand-formed to fit just about any shape, bend, or curve. Available in two sizes, they block heat and protect components better than factory shields. Offering up to a 2,000-degrees Fahrenheit direct-temperature rating, the extremely lightweight pads are made from high-grade, double-sided stainless steel and high-temp insulation. Welded seam edges seal the insulation between the stainless steel sheets.

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