Your browser is not supported. For the best experience, you should upgrade to a modern browser with improved speed and security.
See how our new site helps HVAC pros »

Thermo-Trap®

Item: NC-4371-36
MFR: 4371-36

Store Inventory

Sign in to see real-time inventory at the stores closest to you.
Equipment part list is available.
What’s the price?
Sign in for pricing.
Decrease quantity
Increase quantity

Description

Technically, Thermo-Trap is referred to as a heat sink. This means that it has an extremely high capacity for absorbing heat. Applied to the metal working surface between the area being heated and the material to be protected, Thermo-Trap soaks up heat and reduces heat transfer. This keeps heat from spreading beyond the work area. Heat-sensitive components, installed fittings, etc., on the other side of Thermo-Trap stay cool and are not damaged by transmitted heat.Apply to copper, steel or other pipe surfaces before welding, brazing or soldering to protect nearby sensitive controls or components. Protect adjacent surface areas from over-heating or damage prior to welding, brazing or soldering. Use to cool down heated surfaces. Prevent fires in adjacent areas when welding, brazing or soldering.

Specifications

Weight0.83 Pound (lb.)
Width2 Inches (in)
Height9.5 Inches (in)
Country of OriginUSA
UPC or Barcode681001437103
Hazardous MaterialNo
EPA Cert RequiredNo
Length3 Inches (in)
AerosolNo
ApplicationHeat Sink
Application Temperature>0ºF (>0ºC)
ApprovalsUSDA Accepted
BrandNu-Calgon
CharacteristicsPaste, absorbs heat and reduces heat transfer, protects adjacent surface areas from over-heating or damage prior to welkding, brazing or soldering.
ColorGray
CompositionIngredients not idenified are proprietary or non-hazardous by GHS criteria.
Container TypePlastic tube
Flash PointNot available
For Use WithCopper, steel or other pipe surfaces
FormulationPaste
FunctionsHeat sink
ISO CodeUS
Package Quantity24 x 11 oz. cs.
Size11 Ounce
TypeHeat absorbent paste

Equipment Part List

Loading...
Shop Honeywell products