ALUMINUM JACKETING ROLLS
Aluminum Roll Jacketing is made from 3003 and 3105 series aluminum conforming to ASTM B-209 standards . The interior of these rolls are lined with a 3 mil thick co-extruded Surlyn and Polyethylene moisture retarder. This film is laminated to the aluminum jacketing by a process of heat in conjunction with pressure. The exterior of the aluminum jacketing is a bare mill finish. The Polysurlyn Moisture Retarder provides an excellent resistance to moisture and has excellent abrasion resistance during install. Aluminum Jacketing is available in smooth, corrugated (cross crimped), or stucco embossed finishes. Thicknesses come in 0.016", 0.020", 0.024", and 0.032".
016" (0.4mm): The standard for industrial use, recommended on pipelines up to 24" O.D., including insulation. It is used to protect piping, vessels, and tanks which are less than 8 feet in diameter.
020" (0.5mm): Recommended over insulation lines up to 36" O.D., including insulation used to protect towers, vessels, and tanks with a diameter greater than 8 feet.
024" (0.6mm): Heavier roll jacketing is used where extra strength and protection is required.
032" (0.8mm): For areas where extra protection is required, or in custom fabrication of Box covers, tank heads, or heavy wear areas.