Marine Insulation - Accessories

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AMS Aluminum Lagging

AMS aluminum lagging is manufactured from wrought aluminum alloys 3003 and 3105, used interchangeably, conforming to ASTM B209. The product is cold rolled to an H-14 temper (half hard) which provides the required strength to resist in serivce abuse.

Aluminum's resistance to atmospheric corrosion makes it the ideal metal lagging in most marine, chemical and industrial environments. Excellent cost savings can be achieved through long service life with little maintenance.

AMS aluminum lagging is available in smooth, stucco embossed or 3/16" corrugated (TVR) finishes. It is supplied with a mositure retarder, which consists of 40 pound kraft paper coated with 1.5 mil thick, low density polyethylene film, heat and pressure bonded to the interior surface. Colors are available. Also available in Stainless Steel.

AMS aluminum lagging is available in .016", .020", .024", .032", and .040" thicknesses. Roll widths are 36" and 48". The roll lengths are 100 ft per roll except for .032" and .040", which are 50 ft per roll.


AMS Blast Seal

AMS Blast Seal available sizes and technical data sealing

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AMS Blast Seal products are specifically designed as a gasket for missile blast doors and hatches on board U.S. Navy ships. They can also be used for water tight and fume tight doors and hatches.

AMS Blast Seal gaskets are a high strength and high heat resistant packing. Made from a 35 durometer high strength silicone core (per ASTM D-2000), BLAST SEAL is is reinforced with a double jacketing of stainless steel wire (per ASTM F-205) plied with a fiberglass yarn. The plied yarn passes the "skin back" or "unravel" test. Each jacket is then treated with a silicone coating to ensure high temperature resistance while maintaining maximum flexibility and minimum permeability.

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AMS Blast Seals Offer

Compliance to Mil-G-17927

Excellent Seal-ability

High Temperature Resistance

Flame Resistant

Both Flexible and Resilient

Non Asbestos

Federal Stock Numbers Issued

Note:
Class I has two successive layers of wire inserted yarn uniformly braided over the core.
Class II has one layer of wire inserted yarn braided over one inner layer of non-wire inserted yarn uniformly braided over core.


AMS CD Weld Pins and Washers

 
 
 
 
 
 

AMS Coverguard

General Applications

Temporary Protection for all types of finished flooring surfaces, weather decks, flight decks, indoor walkways, stairwells, control rooms, the bridge, galley, open areas and general flooring

Description

6 mil to 40 mil

Material

Flame Retardant Polyethylene, cover guard® ocean blue

Finish

Embossed with non-slip diamond deck plate pattern and also as a flat sheeting with matte & smooth finishes.

Fixing Mechanism

Self wrapping of large areas or fixable with adhesive tape such as the Marine Safety Agency tape cover guard system

Roll Size

36 inch and 72 inch x 100 ft per roll


BRE Testing: LPS 1207

Selected samples from the Coverguard range of temporary protective coverings have been subjected to a series of tests utilising the test methodology contained in LPS 1207: Issue 2:2003 by BRE.

CG 1036/72 DP: Report No: 218078 Rev 1: Date: 28.07.04

CG 2536/72 DP: Report No: 219540: Date: 16.11.04

CG 1336/72 DP: Report No: 218079 Rev 1: Date: 28.07.04

CG 4036/72 DP: Report No: 224625 Rev 1: Date: 17.10.05 Satisfies LPS 1207

Small flame test to BS 476, Part 12 1991

Large flame test to BS 5852, crib no. 7

Smoke emission EN2825

Toxic Gas emission EN2826

Oxygen index BS2782, (Part 1 method 141 1986) (ISO 4589-1984)

Warrington Fire Research

IMO Resolution A.471 (XII) as amended by resolution IMO res. A652 (14)
IMO Resolution A.471 (XII) as amended by resolution IMO res. A652 (14)
CG1336/72DP- WARRES No: 302358 - 05.07.01
CG4036/72DP- WARRES No: 302362 - 05.07.01
CG2536/72DP- WARRES No: 302360 - 05.07.01
A653 floor covering, bulkheads and ceilings.
A563-14 (superseded A471) vertical flame test textiles.
FAR Part 25: Appendix F, Part (4) “Vertical Test”
CG1336/72DP- WARRES No: 302407 -
CG2536/72DP- WARRES No: 302409 - 21.07.01
CG4036/72DP- WARRES No: 302411 - 21.07.01
French M1 Standard

CG2536/72 DP - Certificate No: 12359-05 Date: 30.06.05

IMO Resolution

A653 floor coverings, bulkheads & ceilings A563-14 (superseded A471) vertical flame test textiles

General Approvals

Lloyds Register of Shipping
Det Norske Veritas
Germanischer Lloyd
Bureau Veritas
Offshore Certification Bureau Ltd
National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 701 standard

Marine Safety Agency

Ministry of Defence DNES

Marine Safety Agency (DTI)


AMS Dome and Navy Caps and Studs

Material and Application

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Aluminum with spring steel insert

Designed to conceal exposed points on GEMCO 12 ga. weld pins or insulation hangers.

Aluminum

Designed for use with GEMCO Navy 3/16” annular ring weld pins and Navy insulation hanger pin.

Mild Steel (galv.)

Designed to be used with GEMCO pronged hanger.

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AMS Foil Tape

Principal Uses

AMS Foil Tape is used for seam and patching of foil and FSK-faced insulation in marine applications requiring USCG approved materials.

Features and Benefits

AMS Foil Tape features an aggressive acrylic adhesive for quick and long lasting bond. The foil provides an impermeable vapor retardant.

AMS Foil Tape can be laminated to our GT007 tape with a specially formulated adhesive system and supplied with a PSA backing, offering the user a glass joining tape with the benefit of both a vapor barrier and a PSA installation system.

Applications and Storage

Surface to which tape will be applied must be clean and dry, and free of contaminants. Apply pressure with plastic squeege. I deal storage conditions are 60 to 80 degrees farenheight, with low humidity.

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AMS Insulation Hangers and Adhesive

Insulation Hangers

 
 

Tuff-Bond Adhesive

For bonding metal and nylon insulation hangers and similar clips to metal, concrete or masonry walls and ceilings.

Service temperatures from -30 degrees F to 250 degrees F.


AMS Spray Shields

AMS Spray Shields, also called Flange or Safety Shields are designed and fabricated to be used in engineering spaces on naval and commercial vessels. Spray Shields are to be installed around flange connectors on mechanical piping systems that carry fluids under pressure. In the event of a failure of the flange gasket or flange itself, our shields will ask as a diffuser of the high pressure fluids that will escape from the system. AMS Spray Shields will prevent exposure of these liquids on personnel and equipment.

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AMS Spray Shields are fabricated in accordance with ASTM F-1138 and NAVSEA Drawing #80064- 2145518 Revision G.

AMS Spray Shields are fabricated using multiple layers (folded or piled) of aluminized fiberglass cloth per Mil-C-20079 Type 1, Class 10, a silicone coated fiberglass cloth per NAVSEA Drawing 80064-2145518 and stitched together with a fully sintered fiberglass thread meeting Mil-C-20079 Type 3, class 3. Widths are 2” through 16” with roll lengths of 30’ (2”-8”) and 20’ (9”-16”). Other widths and lengths are available upon request.

Note: Revision G shields do not have the installation hardware (hooks, washers and tie wire) included. If hardware is required, please specify when placing your order. It can either be furnished separately or applied to the shield. All shields are packaged per ATM-D-3951 unless otherwise specified.

National Stock Numbers (NSN)


AMS TDAB Duct Bands

AMS Heat Shrink Duct Bands

AMS Duct Bands (also called TDAB) are used to stop sealing joint leaks in HVAC duct systems. It has been used extensively for shipboard and for marine applications.

Made of Raychem cross-linked low density polyolefin, it is pre-coated with an adhesive sealant. AMS heat Shrink Duct Bands give mechanically strong, pressure tight seals that are easily installed. Repair patch discs are also available.

When heated, AMS Duct Band shrink and forces the hot melt sealant into all surface irregularities, while the polyolefin conforms and adheres to the surface substrate.

For Installation Instructions download the PDF below.

Product Availability:
4" Wide x 100 LF rolls, with 30 closure stripes


AMS WM Tape

AMS WM WHITE MYLAR TAPE

DESCRIPTION

AMS WM white mylar tape is a fire resistant polyester film that is laminated to a fiberglass reinforcing scrim using a fire retardant adhesive. White Mylar offers excellent puncture resistance, high tear strength and can be heat sealed. White Mylar Tape (no PSA) meets the requirements of USCG 164.012 (interior finish). White Mylar Tape is available with or without pressure sensitive adhesive (PSA) backing.

APPLICATION

AMS WM tape is used primarily as a joint seal material for marine insulation boards such as polyimide (DOD-I-24688 or MIL-DTL-24688 Type 2, Class 5), fiberglass (MIL-I-22023 Type 3) and mineral wool products that have been faced with AMS WM facing.

 
 

Cement

 
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Description

CalCoat-127 is a proprietary blend of hydraulic cement, calcium silicate and inorganic mineral fibers, with corrosion inhibitors, that provides a smooth finish over high-temperature insulation. No wire mesh is required. It can also be used as a general-purpose insulating cement, as it is easy to trowel and resists wetting after initial application. One bag will cover a minimum of

30 sq. ft. at 1” (2.8 square meters at 25 mm) thick. CalCoat-127 can be painted with water- or oil-base paints.

Applications

Due to its composition and low thermal conductivity, CalCoat-127 is recommended for finishing use with calcium silicate or perlite insulation in high-temperature piping and equipment applications. Because of its corrosion inhibiting properties, it is especially recom- mended for industrial processing and power generating facility applications using stainless steel piping and operating at temperatures up to 1200°F (649°C).

Advantages

  • Used in combination with Sproule WR-1200TM Perlite Pipe & Block Insulation, CalCoat-127 provides a superior corrosion-inhibiting system, protecting stainless steel piping against moisture, oxygen, chlorides and other corrosive elements, and helping to prevent stress corrosion cracking

  • Dries to a smooth, paintable surface

  • Easy to apply, with no mesh required

    Available Forms

    CalCoat-127 is packaged in a moisture resistant, heavy- duty poly bag, with a convenient built-in handle, containing 45 lbs. (20.4 kgs.).

    Specification Compliance

    ASTM C 449
    BS 3958:Part 6
    Certification of Compliance available upon request

Physical Properties

 

Government Certification

When ordering material to comply with any government specification or any other listed specification, a state- ment of the fact must appear on the purchase order. Government regulations and other listed specifications require specific lot testing, and prohibit the certification of compliance after shipment has been made. There may be additional charges associated with specification compliance testing. Please refer to IIG-CSP-3 for certification procedures and charges.

ISO 9000 Certification

Industrial Insulation Group mechanical insulation products are designed, manufactured, and tested in our own facilities, which are certified and registered to stringent ISO 9000 (ANSI/ASQC 90) series quality standards.

This certification, along with regular independent third- party auditing for compliance, is your assurance that Industrial Insulation Group products deliver consistent high quality.


Lagging Adhesive

 
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PROPERTIES

COLOR: White
APPLICATION CONSISTENCY: Brush or spray

AVERAGE WEIGHT / U.S. GALLON (ASTM D 1475): 10.4 lbs. (1.25 kg/l)

AVERAGE NON-VOLATILE (ASTM D 1644): 40% by volume (51% by weight)

COVERAGE RANGE (FSTM 72): (Subject to the type of surface being coated.) Wet coverages shown below are for smooth non-porous surfaces. Porous or rough surfaces may require higher gallonage to attain required dry thickness.

40-70 sq. ft. per gal. (1.0-1.7 m2/l) per coat 0.040 in. to 0.023 in. wet film thickness (1.0 to 0.6 mm) per coat

DRYING TIME 73oF (23oC) 50% RH (ASTM D 1640): Set to Touch: 2 Hours Dry Through: 15 Hours

SERVICE TEMPERATURE LIMITS (FSTM 70): (Temperature at coated surface) 0oF to 180oF (-18oC to 82oC)

WATER VAPOR PERMEANCE (ASTM F 1249): 1.3 perms at 0.031 in. dry film thickness, (0.9 metric perms at 0.8 mm)

WET FLAMMABILITY (ASTM D 3278): No flash to boiling, 212oF (100oC)

SURFACE BURNING CHARACTERISTICS (ASTM 84):

Flame Spread: 10
Smoke Developed: 5
Tested at coverage rate of 40 sq. ft./gal. (1.0 m2/l). Applied to 1/4 inch (6.4 mm) inorganic reinforced cement board. The flame spread may vary at different product thicknesses and/or when applied over other surfaces.

BS476, Part 7: Class 1
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FOSTER® SEALFAS® COATING

Foster® Sealfas® Coating is a white, fire resistive, tough, washable, abrasion-resistant indoor coating for thermal insulation. It is also used as a lagging and lap adhesive for canvas and glass lagging cloth. It has excellent brushing characteristics, which will result in better coverage, and more uniformly coated surfaces. It presents a neat white finish, and will not yellow or become discolored with age. The surface can be washed free of grease, oil, soot, and other dirt accumulation.

Sealfas Coating 

  • provides a protective finish for insulation on air conditioning ducts and cold water piping when applied in 2 coats with reinforcing fabric embedded between coats. When relative humidity exceeds 75% for continuous periods, or where the insulated piping or equipment contains chilled water, brine or refrigerant, additional vapor barrier protection is suggested.

  • is compatible with polystyrene and polyurethane foam insulations. It may be applied to the joint or edges of fibrous duct liner insulations to seal and prevent air erosion.

  • conforms with current requirements regarding use in meat and poultry processing areas under federal inspection. Letter of certification is available upon request.

  • meets the requirements of Military Specification MIL-A-3316C Class 1, Grade A, and is listed on the Q.P.L.

  • is approved by the U.S. Coast Guard under 164.012 and 164.112 (SOLAS/IMO approval).

  • is produced under the classification and follow-up service of Underwriter’s Laboratories, Inc. and meets NFPA 90A and 90B 25/50 requirements.

  • contains no asbestos, lead, mercury, or mercury compounds.

LIMITATIONS

Store and apply between 40oF (4oC) and 100oF (38oC), protect from freezing until dry.

Always test foil and paper facings for acceptable adhesion before using.

For more information and application of FOSTER® SEALFAS® COATING 30-36TM please download the pdf below.



Rubber Adhesive

Armaflex® 520 Adhesive is an air-drying contact adhesive that is excellent for joining seams and butt joints of Armaflex Pipe and Sheet Insulations for line temperatures up to 250°F (120°C). The adhesive may also be used to apply Armaflex Sheet Insulation to flat or curved metal surfaces that will operate at temperatures up to 180°F (82°C).

  • Meets Military Specification MIL-A-24179A and Amend-2 as Type II, Class 1

  • Dried film also meets 25/50 flame spread index and smoke developed index requirements of codes and specifications when tested by ASTM E 84 Test Method

  • Uses

    -520 Adhesive will make a resilient and heat-resistant bond with many materials where the use of a solvent-base neoprene contact adhesive is suitable and desirable.

    -It will make a strong resilient bond for sealing laminated aluminum foil and kraft paper vapor retarder jackets.

For more information and application of ARMAFLEX please download the pdf below.


Vapor Barrier

 
 

PROPERTIES

COLOR: White (Other colors available on special order.)

APPLICATION CONSISTENCY: Brush, airless spray.

AVERAGE WEIGHT / U.S. GALLON (ASTM D 1475): 11.5 lbs. (1.38 kg/l)

AVERAGE NON-VOLATILE (ASTM D 1644): 58% by volume (70% by weight)

COVERAGE RANGE (FSTM 71): (Subject to the type of surface being coated.) Wet coverages shown below are for smooth non-porous surfaces. Porous or rough surfaces may require higher gallonage to attain required dry thickness. 4 gallons per 100 square feet (1.6 l/m2) .064 in. wet thickness (1.6mm)

DRYING TIME 73oF (23oC) 50% RH (ASTM D 1640): Set to Touch: 4 Hours Dry Through: 24 Hours

SERVICE TEMPERATURE LIMITS (FSTM 70): (Temperature at coated surface) -20oF to 180oF (-29oC to 82oC)

WATER VAPOR PERMEANCE:

ASTM E 96 Procedure B, 0.013 perms (0.009 metric perms) at 43 mils dry (1.09 mm).
ASTM F 1249, 0.08 perms (0.05 metric perms) at 37 mils dry (0.94 mm). Tested at 100oF (38oC) and 90% RH.

WET FLAMMABILITY (ASTM D 3278): Flash Point: None to boiling, 212oF (100oC)

SURFACE BURNING CHARACTERISTICS (ASTM 84):

Flame Spread: 5
Smoke Developed: 25
Tested at coverage rate of 25 sq. ft./gal. (0.61 m2/l). Applied to 1/4 inch (6.4 mm) inorganic reinforced cement board. The flame spread may vary at different product thicknesses and/or when applied over other surfaces.

BS 476 Parts 6+7: Class “O”
VAPOR SAFE COATING meets NFPA 90A and 90B 25/50

Foster® Vapor-Safe® Coating is a water base, fire-resistive, flexible, high solids vapor barrier finish for most types of thermal insulation, including polystyrene foam. It may be used over dry concrete, finishing cement, and most metals.

  • has the water resistance and low water vapor permeance normally found in only solvent based products. It can be used in high humidity environments, and greatly retards water vapor permeation. It is non-flammable in the wet state.

  • is formulated for both indoor and light duty commercial outdoor use. It is U.V. resistant. It has a mild latex “paint type” odor, and is designed for use on pipes, vessels, ducts, and equipment operating below ambient temperatures.

  • is ideal for vapor sealing ASJ, FRK, and FSK jackets and board facings at joints, laps and over staple and weld pin punctures. It is an excellent duct board closure sealant. Do not exceed 1/8” (3.2mm) wet film thickness.

  • meets the requirements of Military Specification MIL-C-19565C, Type II.

  • conforms with current requirements regarding use in meat and poultry processing areas under federal inspection. Letter of certification is available upon request.

  • contains no asbestos, lead, mercury, or mercury compounds.

For more information and application of Foster Vapor-Safe Coating please download the pdf below.