Our Peel & Stick Heat Shield is the highest quality heat shield material currently available on the market. Constructed from a needle punched fibreglass with a polyester core it comes complete with a super tough aluminium face. This product will not separate or pull apart like other products on the market. The product is so good that leading automotive manufactures use it on production vehicles.
Our Peel & Stick Heat Shield Light is easy to form. As the top aluminium lay is thinner (0.05mm), this product suits applications where greater versitility is required such as on uneven or irregular surfaces such as under bonnet, motorcycle farings, innner guards, air boxes, batteries and anything that requires greater formability.
For applications over flater surfaces or near exhaust systems and heat elements use our Peel & Stick Heat Shield Heavy (0.25mm aluminium thickness) . Unsure which product to use? Watch our YouTube clips below.
The product has been oven test for 30 hours with no failure at 475ºF (246ºC)
Our Peel & Stick Heat Shield has a unique pressure sensitive adhesive making it easy and versatile to install, particularly in tight spaces. It is widely used as a thermal and acoustical barrier in many industries and works effectively to block heat around fuel tanks/systems, tunnel shields, floor pans, exhaust systems, body shields, transmissions, fluid lines and to protect non ferrous materials.
Easily formed into place
Very effective in limited space
Approved at several major OEM's
Acoustical sound deadening benefits without the squeak or rattle issues of stampings
Interior or exterior applications
Easy installation - just peel off the release liner and adhere to surface.
Installing Peel & Stick Heat Shield
Material Type: Polyester & Fiberglass core material
Temperature: Withstands 246ºC (475ºF) oven test for 30 hours with no failure
Core Thickness: 3mm (0.125 inch)
Foil Thickness: 0.25mm (0.010”) for the Heavy face
0.05mm (0.010”) for the Light face,
Weight: 915-1400 g/m (3-4.5 oz/ft2)
Moisture Absorption: 0.3%
Thermal Conductivity 24ºC: 0.036 W/m/ºK
(K-value) 93ºC: 0.043 W/m/ºK
Adhesion To E-Coated Steel 22.1 N/cm after 24hr Dwell
Just installed a combination of the heavy and light heat shield on the transmission tunnel and underfloor of my MGB rebuild. The product requires some effort to cut but once shaped it sticks in place very well. Making a template before cutting the heatshield is worth taking the extra time. Taping the edges gives a neat finish and seals the core material.
Best thing I’ve done to my Landcruiser
By: Tom on 6 July 2020
I used this to help cool the notoriously hot Landcruiser transmission tunnel.
Now on long drives I can rest my left foot there without it burning.
It’s not just cooler, it’s literally cold like the rest of the interior.
Application was simple and I was surprised how well it stuck. Removing the gearbox to get at the underside of the tunnel was another thing though...
Peel & stick Heat shield light
By: Mark on 26 May 2020
Fantastic product, excellent quality. Used it on my fiberglass bonnet, works a treat and easy to work with.
LSA Toyota 80 Series Landcruiser
By: Glynn Hurley on 25 April 2020
Excellent product do your prep work put it on correctly you will be very happy with the finished job, again excellent products, PS' buy the roller you will need it, :)
Heat shield peel and stick
By: Stephen Tunny on 10 February 2020
Absolutely awesome product, easy to apply, if in doubt watch their YouTube how to videos to help I just can’t say enough about the team @ Car Builders great product great service
Firewall Install of Peel and Stick Heat Shield Hea
By: Robert on 25 February 2019
Just finished installing the peel and stick heat shield heavy on my projects firewall.
Spent a full day on it. Very Happy with the product. You can cut it with scissors. Used a wad punch for the smaller holes. I spent twice as much time on the template as with the cut out shape. The roller make working the product easier. Used the handle of scissors for the more complicated edges and shapes. The tape finishes the job of nicely.
I would recommend wearing leather gloves while cutting it out. You could speed process up by reducing the complexity of the shape.