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Posted by HeatPro on March 07, 2007 at 18:15:02:
In Reply to: Insulating Steam Pipes posted by Steve Kelleher on March 07, 2007 at 17:41:30:
Kraft paper is OK. Ignition temperatures of paper are high; like wood - used as insulation before asbestos. You can use the same glue used to secure preformed pipe insulation, available from plumbing supplies. When it is secure, you can also wrap with common aluminum foil from the supermarket and secure it with the pipe-wrap glue. As the covering operates at the same maximum temperatures that the paint on the radiators endures, you can paint with that radiator paint.
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