Insulfrax® LTX™ Blanket from Unifrax is the next-generation of Insulfrax® LTX Products with enhanced physical properties to improve both thermal performance and product handling. These lightweight needled blankets combine innovative proprietary technology with Insulfrax proven performance to create the best low-biopersistent Insulfrax blanket available from Unifrax today. Insulfrax LTX blankets outperform both Insulfrax LT and S blankets in a variety of thermal management industrial applications.
The new Insulfrax LTX products deliver energy savings as well as material cost savings. The enhanced LTX insulation performance helps companies reduce their energy costs and meet increasingly strict carbon emission targets without the loss of thermal performance. The LTX Blankets use less mass or blanket thickness than standard AES blankets, freeing up valuable space in furnaces and ovens. Customers can save money by reducing their lining thickness up to 25%.
Insulfrax LTX Blankets are inorganic and binder-free with less dust and have a noticeable improved surface finish. The blanket is easier to handle and cut resulting in faster installation, with less skin irritation and reduced waste of material. The blankets are also printed for easier identification of material and installation tracking on the job.
Unifrax innovation and manufacturing expertise are at the heart of these next-generation thermal insulation products. First introduced in 1992, the Insulfrax brand is recognized worldwide for helping companies radically reduce their energy costs and reduce pollution.
Product information sheets for Insulfrax LTX Blankets are available in the left navigation bar of this page.
Refer to the product Safety Data Sheet (SDS) for recommended work practices and other product safety information.
For additional information on products, properties and performance, typical applications, or to identify the recommended product for your application, see the product information sheet listed above or contact the Unifrax Application Engineering Department at 716-768-6460.