InsulThin® HT Resource Library

InsulThin® HT is a high-temperature, thin, flexible, microporous, blanket insulation. It is made from a highly efficient insulating material that has been used in a variety of industrial and commercial applications for more than 35 years. The thin, extremely low-profile feature of this blanket makes it ideal for applications that require space-saving performance with high thermal-stability. InsulThin HT is hydrophobic and has a very low corrosive potential, helping to prevent corrosion under insulation. Additionally, it can be paired with other Johns Manville Industrial high-temperature insulations, like Thermo-1200® or Sproule WR-1200®, to create hybrid systems that capitalize on the strengths of multiple insulations. Important qualities of InsulThin HT include:

  • Low corrosive potential
  • Hydrophobic
  • Less dusty than other thin blanket insulations
  • Consistent thermal performance

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Technical Overview
A detailed review of the InsulThin HT's performance characteristics and the results from the latest thin-blanket research.
Contractor View
An independent contractor takes a detailed look at the benefits of InsulThin HT for contractors
Job Site Installation
An independent contractor walks through how to install InsulThin HT.
Job Site Handling
How dusty is InsulThin HT? Get a first-hand look at handling InsulThin HT on the job site.

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How Hydrophobic Insulation Impacts CUI
Dive into key details to optimize your CUI protection strategy utilizing water-repellent insulating materials.
March 2019
Considerations for Thin Blanket Insulations
Join us as we dive further into the details of what you need to consider when selecting your thin blanket insulation.
December 2018

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Insulation Intel® eBook Series: Thin Blanket Insulations
Considerations for Thin Blanket Insulations in Industrial Applications
Insulation Intel® eBook Series: CUI
The Comprehensive Results from "Real-World" Corrosion Under Insulation Test Protocols

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