Marine Sticky Shield
High-Performance Marine Stick-On Heat Shield
Continuous reflective temperature of 1100°F, 2000°F intermittent
Capable of reflecting over 90% of radiant heat
Flexible, bends and conforms to almost any shape
Adhesive backing sticks to almost any clean surface
Can be cleaned after installed
Made in the USA
HP Sticky Shield is the ultimate way to stop heat from radiating from your vessel's engine room! Made from a dense layer of 1/8” fiberglass insulation shielded by a rugged layer of .003” thick aluminum, HP Sticky Shield™ may be cleaned after installation and is resistant to the elements. The heavy duty peel and stick adhesive will bond to almost any clean surface (not recommended for unfinished fiberglass or carbon). HP Sticky Shield can be used with less than 1” of airspace, however when used with 1” or more airspace, it is capable of shielding over 90% of heat. This boat heat shield is asbestos free. Use Heatshield Armor Weld Tape™ to seal seams when putting two of these heat shields together and also protect the edges of HP Sticky Shield™. You can even use the weld tape to repair any damage caused to HP Sticky Shield from on or off road hazards. Edging with Weld Tape, can allow Sticky Shield to be pressure washed after installation.
Insulation type: Heat shield barrier, designed to shield radiant heat away
Not to be used directly on heat source.
Base material(s): Fiberglass and aluminum
Q. Do I need tin snips to cut HP Sticky Shield
A. No, Sticky shield is cut easily with a pair of heavy duty scissors or utility knife. Tin snips will actually struggle with cutting the insulation on the sticky shield.
Q. Why don't you recommend HP Sticky Shield for rough unfinished fiberglass or carbon?
A. Self adhesives are not capable of filling in the small gaps, valleys and indentations of unfinished non smooth surfaces. This significantly reduces the performance of the adhesive backing. Spray adhesives are more capable of filling in these surface imperfections.
Q. Can I screw HP Sticky Shield into place?
A. Yes you can, if you want to add a screw or rivet in addition to the adhesive backing it is okay to do so. We just recommend using a large head rivet or fender washer.