Rotary-based duct liner

Rotary-based duct liner features a tougher, smoother and more damage-resistant air-stream surface for longer life and greater efficiency. Liner is made of a flexible blanket composed of rotary-glass fibers bonded together with a thermosetting resin. A black composite, nonwoven mat and acrylic coating are bonded to the air-stream surface to give the product strength.

10/01/2000


Rotary-based duct liner features a tougher, smoother and more damage-resistant air-stream surface for longer life and greater efficiency. Liner is made of a flexible blanket composed of rotary-glass fibers bonded together with a thermosetting resin. A black composite, nonwoven mat and acrylic coating are bonded to the air-stream surface to give the product strength. Liner is designed for HVAC systems operating at velocities up to 6,000 fpm and at temperatures of up to 250° F. (CertainTeed) Circle 30





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