Thermaflect Cloth

Thermaflect Heat Shield Cloth

  • Continuous operating reflective temperature of 1100°F, 2000°F intermittent

  • Capable of reducing up to 90% of radiant heat

  • Adhesive sticks most clean surfaces-not recommended for rough/unfinished fiberglass

  • Helps shield fire walls, hoods, body panels, floor boards

  • WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive harm -

  • Proudly made in the USA

1100°F 593℃ CONTINUOUS
2000°F 1093℃ Intermittent
Sku Description UPC
710040 0.18 in thk x 36 in x 56 in 819825013399
711002 0.18 in thk x 24 in x 24 in with Adhesive 819825013405
711005 0.18 in thk x 36 in x 56 in with Adhesive 819825013412

Thermaflect Cloth™ is a heat shield cloth with a high-quality, mirror-like finish compared to most other thermal reflective aluminized cloth mats, and weighs 40 percent less than comparable aluminized fiberglass cloth products. When used in applications when there is 1 inch of airspace and good airflow, Thermaflect heat shield cloth is capable of reflecting 90 percent of radiant heat. The mirror-like finish and lightweight construction will blow the gold vinyl sticker stuff away with its reflectivity. Use it as a heatshield under the hood on a fuel cell, on aluminum intercooler pipes or for the air-filter box, or turn your aftermarket intake into a real cold-air intake! This product withstands 1,100 degrees F of radiant heat (requires minimum of 1 inch of airspace) and up to 450 degrees F of direct heat. To install it, face the aluminized side toward the source of heat to shield heat away.Thermaflect heat shield cloth is available with a high-temperature peel-andstick adhesive that will adhere to almost any clean surface. It is not recommended for rough, unfinished fiberglass or carbon fiber.

Prop 65 Warning:
CALIFORNIA WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm -

MSDS | Specification Sheet | Brochure


Insulation type: Radiant barrier, needs 1" of airspace to function properly

Not to be used directly on exhaust system

Color: Chrome/aluminum

Q. Will the adhesive backed Thermaflect Cloth cloth stick to my rough unfinished fiberglass?

A. No, the peel and stick version of Thermaflect Cloth does not stick well to rough surfaces. You could use the non-adhesive version and use a spray adhesive like 3M Super Trim Adhesive or Super 77. The spray adhesives can fill in the surface inconsistencies better than peel-and-stick adhesives.

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