heatshield armor

  1. Installing Your Heatshield Products Like a Pro

    Things would be a lot easier if all those exhaust pipes and manifolds were straight when it came to installing exhaust wrap or other thermal barriers to cut down on the heat radiated by the exhaust system. But all those bends are there for a reason, so you just have to soldier through it and do the best you can.

    Knowing what everyone faces when it comes to wrapping their exhaust systems in thermal barrier materials, we’ve put together some helpful videos that demonstrate how to cut and shape your Heatshield Products materials to make installation over bends in exhaust pipes and manifolds easier, along with some tips on how to actually install the product to make things easier as well.

    Heatshield Armor

    Heatshield Armor™ is one of the most versatile thermal barrier materials on the market for cutting down on heat radiated from exhaust sys

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  2. Ditch the Itch and Control the Heat with Heatshield Armor™

    Fiberglass itch—that annoying byproduct of handling typical exhaust wraps or automotive thermal insulators. What could be more annoying? Seeing someone take up two parking spaces for one car? Celine Dion singing Christmas carols on your doorstep? Clowns?

    Well, whatever might be more annoying, what you need is a thermal insulator to keep heat in the exhaust and out of the engine bay without giving you the itch. That’s why we came developed Heatshield Armor™ and Lava Header Armor™. These products control the heat without the use of fiberglass.

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  3. Why Heatshield Armor Should be Part of Your Turbo or Blower Install

    Ok, it’s time to install the turbo kit, centrifugal blower or new exhaust system on your car or truck. Let’s make sure you’ve got everything: Tools, check. Parts, check. Heatshield Armor™…how could you forget Heatshield Armor™?!

    Heatshield Armor™ Should be on Your List Before You Get Started

    Turbos and blowers make power, but most of them also generate a great deal of heat. A turbocharger is integrated into the exhaust system, making it an extremely hot spot. On centrifugal blower kits like those from Vortech or ProCharger, even though the blower itself is driven by the engine, all the system’s intake piping is in/near the engine and radiator, which means more heat exposure. Using turbo heat shields controls that heat, keeping it inside the system for more power and out of the engine bay, where it c

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  4. Merry Christmas 2013

    We wish you a Merry Christmas from Heatshield Pro

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  5. 9 days left

    9 days left until Christmas, and only 8 shopping days we hope you have started. This is the part where we throw in the cheesy we suggest buying some Heatshield Products as gifts, but we admit in the middle of record cold that’s kind of a tough sell. While we will be shut down during the Christmas break (and we will be on an even longer than normal social media hiatus) we are in a full court press to the finish, our industrial heat shield insulation demand has been crazy! One such product in high demand and one of our best selling products, our Heatshield Armor. Here is a great example of how to insulate a pipe with complex bends with this exhaust heat shield. Instead of attempting to wrap a complex pipe with one piece, you can clamshell it into a top and bottom. This particular shot is for a military application for the Marines…oorah!


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