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For automobile welding
On 2018-05-20 11:14:07
I am trying to weld near the automobile brake pipe.
Prevention of scattering of welding spatter
On 2018-03-26 08:21:53
I am using it by being wrapped around when welding to a mold
When I step on many times the surface gets peeled off and I can not use it
. It should be a little stronger.
Used in revision work
On 2017-10-25 19:03:35
The name is carbon sheet, flame retardant felt, fire protection felt will change the name of those who changed their name.
The performance was not solved at all or it was not burned in the refining work. (Wet with water) Use felt material so suck water well.
It is laying in the dryer.
On 2016-09-29 17:40:47
I was looking for things that could withstand 130 degrees of heat, but this sheet was perfect.
On 2016-06-16 14:50:53
It is easy to cut, it is easy to use because it is hard to dust out even if you hit it
On 2016-01-12 12:24:48
I used this because it was a little cheaper than sputtered sheets. I think that it can be used because it received a small amount but also the sparks that flew and did not smoke or burn up.
For curing of FRP boat
On 2015-09-08 15:31:20
Because I do not trust so much, I put on a sponge sheet with wet corrugated cardboard and worked. But I could burn a small burnt through. Although it is light but good, it will not be usable immediately
As car hood insulation
On 2015-05-07 15:11:35
Even without cutting it is easy to use. I used it between the hood damping material (Real Silt) and the insulator. Is it possible to use it between the heat shield plate of the muffler and the body because it is half of it?
Fire protection for welding operation
On 2015-04-12 19:40:32
There was a urethane foam near the welding work site and it was inevitably curing with a carbon sheet and worked, but there was no melting or burn mark at all. You can trust it and use it as a curing for welding.
Welding, curing at the time of using Thunder
On 2015-04-08 17:26:46
Percent The spark easily receives with a spark. Continue to smolder forever with lead chips that fly and stick to use for curing cutting lead.