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Insulation Insights Firwin Corp's Quarterly Newsletter
Fall / Winter 2014

In this issue:
  • President's Greeting
  • Firwin FAQ - What is the Maximum Rated Temperature for my Insulation Blankets?
  • New Product - Firwin 'FireBlanket 2000'
  • Happy Holidays

  • Firwin FAQ - What is the Maximum Rated Temperature for my Insulation Blankets?
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    Removable Insulation Blankets are composed of a number of different material components: The actual insulation material, the inner and outer covers, and the fastening system. With each material component having its own unique temperature rating and characteristics, it can be somewhat unclear as to what is the maximum operating temperature of an insulation blanket.


    New Product - Firwin 'FireBlanket 2000'
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    The goal of removable insulation blankets and covers is, more often than not, to lower the amount of heat escaping to the surrounding environment; i.e. keep the heat in. Firwin's latest product offering, however, what we call our FireBlanket 2000, have a different purpose - protecting the component they are covering from fire- i.e. to keep the heat out.


    Happy Holidays

    With the holiday season soon upon us, we wanted to take this opportunity to wish all our customers Season's Greetings and Happy Holidays. Note that our offices will be closed from the afternoon of December 24th, reopening on Monday January 5th 2015.


    President's Greeting
    Paul Herman photo

    Welcome to the Fall / Winter 2014 issue of Firwin's industry newsletter, Insulation Insights.
    In this issue, we feature our new 'FireBlanket 2000', designed to shield components from fire long enough for emergency shutdown procedures to function as intended. Plus, we discuss how an insulation blanket gets its temperature rating.

    Paul Herman, President, Firwin Corp

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