Constructed from pulverized lava rock, extruded into fibers, and then woven into a tight weave to give this material titanium-like strength and toughness. This improvement in thermal protection helps reduce engine bay temperatures resulting in cooler intake air for improved performance. Less heat in the engine bay also reduces the chances of 'heat soak' conditions on vital engine bay components.
DEI's Titanium Wrap is extremely durable and capable of handling more heat than any other wrap found in the market today. Typical glass fiber wrap is rated at handling 1200°F of maximum direct heat, while DEI's new Titanium Wrap, using LR Technology, is capable of handling direct continuous heat up to 1800°F and radiant heat up to 2800°F. And because it is pliable, there’s no need to wet the wrap when wrapping headers or pipes, as many do in order to make the wrapping process easier to manage and to get a 'tight' wrap.
Titanium Wrap will not shrink and, because of it’s material structure, is more resistant to temperature and vibration break-down, abrasions, chemical and hot oil spills when compared to glass fiber wraps.