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Insulation of Heated Bafffles

Insulation of Heated Bafffles

Insulation of Heated Bafffles


I have created a pair of baffles to restrict the airflow in a polymer extrusion process as shows in the image.
I wish to insulate these baffles in the area shown so that any heat conducted from the die piece is directed inwards.
Could someone please suggest a product such as a stick on insulation tape which could be used here?

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Alos please let me know if there is another forum which would prove more suitable
Kind Regards

RE: Insulation of Heated Bafffles

A bit of a lash-up, but try wrapping several layers of aluminium foil around -secure with copper wire.


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