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SideWinder™

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SideWinder™

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Description and applications.  .  The SideWinder has straps permanently attached every 12” or so, down the length of the SideWinder.  . These are fixed for ease of installment, so as to eliminate the need to use other components to fasten the insulation to the pipe.   When used instead of the spiral wrap product, there is a cost savings in the installation and removal when required.  It also has a better finished look. 

Installation instructions.  Lay the Sidewinder down the length of the pipe, fold it around the pipe and attach using the straps and buckles.  This is attached like a “hot-dog” style.  Do not overtighten the straps, as the tighter they are installed, the less Insulation value you have at that point.  Refer to our video for further information. 

Typical applications:

  • Initially designed for a low clearance application.  The Sidewinder™ is widely used to cover the length of the pipe, folded around the pipe and with the pre-attached straps, is fastened into place.  The straps are installed approximately every foot, and are easily fastened into place using the galvanized spring loaded clips.   Watch our video for additional help.   www.youtube.com/watch?v=uavHFa...
  • Compliments to heat tracing.  Temperature is good to 202®F, or 96®C.  This is an ideal application.
  • Works great on hoses, of all different sizes and pressures.
  • Insulate all kinds of  pipe, tubes of different kinds  and  hose, even if they are laying on the ground, or suspended. 
  • Ideal for O.E.M. applications as we can make product to suit your required lengths. 
  • Standard widths are:  6”,12”,18”,24”,36”,48”,60”,72”,84” and 96”. 
  • Standards lengths are: 2’,3’,4’,5’,6’,7’,8’,9’,10’,11’,12’,20’, 30’and 40’ . 
  • You can purchase any combination of widths and lengths, or we can do a custom size.  Professional appearance.

Fitting Chart

Available in TAN color up to 48” Available in Black up to 96”
Outside Diameter  Nominal  Pipe Size -NPS SideWinder Width
¼ NPS t0 1” NPS 6” Wide
1-¼”  NPS to 2-1/2” NPS 12” Wide
3” NPS to 3-1/2” NPS 18” Wide
4” NPS to 5” NPS 24” Wide
6” NPS to 8” NPS 36” Wide
10” NPS to 12” NPS 48” Wide
14” NPS to 16” NPS 60” Wide
18” NPS to 20” NPS 72” Wide
22” NPS to 24” NPS 84” Wide
26” NPS to 28” NPS 96” Wide      

Part Number assistance.  You will notice that there are four (4) digits to each part number The first two numbers indicate the width of the insulation expressed in inches, while the last digits are the length of the insulation expressed in feet.  Thus a part number like SDW1210, (our most common SideWinder product) is 12 inches wide, and 10 feet long.  Since it has the  preface SDW before the numbers,, we understand that it is the SideWinder 12” wide and 10’ long.   If we wanted it to be in the Cobra tan, then we would add the preface, “CT”, and thus we would have CTSDW1210.