ITW T-304 Stainless Steel Roll Jacketing

Manufacturer: ITW Insulation Systems
Product Description

When deciding between Aluminum jacketing or Stainless Steel jacketing, the Stainless Steel jacketing has a higher emittance value then Aluminum. Plus, the physical properties of Stainless Steel are superior to all other metal used as insulation protective jacketing.

Stainless Steel is available in smooth, stucco embossed, 3/16" corrugated roll jacketing, or deep corrugated sheets. Contact APi Distribution about ordering options.

Smooth, stucco embossed, 3/16" corrugated roll jacketing are recommended for insulated piping, tanks, and vessels less than 8 feet in diameter. Use deep corrugated sheets for any diameters greater than 8 feet.

We would also recommend to use 3/16" corrugated if the roll jacketing is stronger than smooth, if it reduces a glare from external light sources, if it eliminates "coil break" when applied over small size piping, and if it does not show dents readily. In extremely corrosive environments, smooth jacketing is recommended to facilitate run-off.

Available in 0.016" x 36" x 50' W/POLYSU

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ITW's Stainless Steel Roll Jacketing is manufactured from T-304 and T-316 prime grade Stainless Steels. These alloys comply with ASTM A-240, and are supplied with a regular dull finish for reduced glare.

The yield strength is 30,000-45,000 PSI and the tensile strength is 75,000-110,000 PSI. These alloys are of a special soft-annealed temper, for ease in fabrication.

All insulation shall be weatherproofed with ITW's Stainless Steel jacketing. The jacketing is to be manufactured from T-304 (T-316 option) Stainless Steel with 3/16" corrugations (or smooth option) in .010 and .016" thickness (.020 and .024 available). All jacketing shall have an integrally bonded moisture retarder over the surface in contact with the insulation.

The yield strength is 30,000-45,000 PSI and the tensile strength is 75,000-110,000 PSI. These alloys are of a special soft-annealed temper, for ease in fabrication. T-304 is normally used in all except the most corrosive areas, where T-316 is recommended. The 300 series Stainless Steels have a melt point of approximately 2500°F, providing optimum fire protection.

T-304 contains 18% chromium and 8% nickel. T-316 contains 16.5% chromium, 10% nickel and 2.2% molybdenum

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