Fiberlock Lag Kloth Blanket - Asbestos Encapsulation - 4' x 150'

  • Model: FIB6427-U
  • Shipping Weight: 44lbs
  • Manufactured by: Fiberlock

Lag Kloth (formerly Lag-Kwik repair cloth) is the second step in the Lag-Kit asbestos encapsulation system. Each 4-inch-wide Lag-Kwik roll is impregnated with a special inorganic adhesive. Just cut the fabric to length, dip it in water to activate the adhesive, and wrap it around the pipe. Lag-Kwik forms a flexible barrier that enhances insulati..

Price :
$299.00

Lag Kloth (formerly Lag-Kwik repair cloth) is the second step in the Lag-Kit asbestos encapsulation system. Each 4-inch-wide Lag-Kwik roll is impregnated with a special inorganic adhesive. Just cut the fabric to length, dip it in water to activate the adhesive, and wrap it around the pipe. Lag-Kwik forms a flexible barrier that enhances insulation integrity. After wrapping the insulation, apply  Lag-Kote II to complete the system.

DESCRIPTION

Lag-Kloth is a woven fabric impregnated with an inorganic adhesive, designed to repair and/orcover existing asbestos insulation on pipes, boilers and breeching. Lag-Kwik is the second component of the Lag-Kit System® for thermal insulation repair. The self-contained adhesive is water-activated for ease of application. The inorganic adhesive is non-flammable. Lag-Kloth measures four inches wide for convienent application over asbestos containing pipe insulation. Lag-Kloth is heat resistant for temperatures up to 1000°F.

Together, Lag Kloth and Lag Kote II form an asbestos encapsulation system. Lag-Kloth is a woven fabric impregnated with an inorganic adhesive, designed to repair and/or cover existing asbestos insulation on pipes, boilers and breeching. Areas that are repaired or re-covered with Lag-Kloth can be successfully top coated with Lag-Kote®, Lag-Kote II or SerpiMastic for complete encapsulation. The self-contained adhesive in Lag-Kloth is water activated and non-flammable. Lag-Kloth can withstand temperatures up to 600°F. Available in multiple sizes.

• SURFACE PREPARATION: Prior to application it is important to determine if the existing asbestos matrix is well adhered to the substrate. Correct any surface defects and clean all surfaces thoroughly. Be careful not to agitate asbestos fibers during preparation; this could increase asbestos exposure. Locate damaged asbestos containing thermal insulation. Thoroughly remove all dust and dirt that has accumulated on lagging or covering, using a vacuum with a HEPA filter specifically designed to capture hazardous dust and waste or wipe surfaces with a damp cloth. Do not air clean surfaces; this could increase asbestos exposure. Heavy rust should be scraped or wirebrushed from all ferrous metal surfaces or hangers before vacuuming surrounding surfaces. Wetting exposed insulation with Fiberlock’s Penewet wetting agent will help suppress the release of asbestos fibers.
• PRODUCT APPLICATION: Cut Lag-Kloth to appropriate size. Dip LagKloth in water and smooth out excess water (DO NOT WRING OUT). Shape Lag-Kloth to specific area by hand and apply to surface. Overlap loose ends of Lag-Kloth to ensure complete coverage. Allow Lag-Kloth to dry before applying Lag-Kote or Lag-Kote II.
• DRYING TIME @ 70°F 50% R.H:
Hot insulation - 2-4 hours
Cold insulation- 8-12 hours
• CLEANUP: Tools and drippings should be cleaned with warm soapy water before adhesive dries. Dispose of all waste according to current local, state and federal regulations.

Lag-Kloth uses the identical material as Lag-Kwik- a fabric incorporating water activated adhesive that forms a flexible barrier. But Lag-Kloth is sized differently. Lag-Kwik is made in 4-inch rolls, while Lag-Kloth comes in two sizes: 5' x 150' rolls or 5' x 15' blankets. This sizing makes Lag-Kloth especially suitable for larger applications, such as covering an asbestos-insulated boiler.

After wrapping the insulation, apply  Lag-Kote II as the final step in the system.

PROPERTIES

  • Composition: Glass fabric, inorganic adhesive
  • Maximum intermittent service temperature: 1000°F
  • Color: White
  • Fiber count: 18 X 14 per sq. in.
  • Weight: 14.8 oz. per sq. yd.
  • Thickness: .024 in.
  • Breaking strength (lbs./in.):Warp: 100 Fill: 45
  • Coverage: 150 sq. ft. per pail
  • Dry time: Hot insulation: 2 - 4 hours Cold insulation: 8 - 24 hours
  • Shelf Life: @ 77°F, 36 months minimum, (in original factory sealed containers)
  • Packaged: 4” x 150’ rolls, 3 rolls/pail (150 ft2)

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