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DEI Offers Two New Thermal Protection Products At AutoZone

Growing list of DEI part numbers now available at more than 4,500 AutoZone stores.


dei-autozoneAVON LAKE, Ohio — DEI is proud to announce the availability of two new thermal protection products at AutoZone stores nationwide.


DEI’s Titanium Protect-A-Sleeve with LR Technology and Reflect-A-GOLD are now available at more than 4500 AutoZone stores joining DEI’s flagship thermal wrap product – Titanium Exhaust Wrap with LR Technology in the 2” x 50 ft. length.

The newly added Titanium Protect-A-Sleeve with LR Technology provides thermal protection for wires, lines and cables from the damaging effect of direct and radiant heat; up to 1800°F direct heat, and 2500°F radiant. It is available at AutoZone in the ½” ID x 4 ft. length (part #010065).

The material used in DEI’s Titanium Exhaust Wrap and Protect-A-Sleeve is composed of pulverized lava rock extruded into fibers and woven into a proprietary tight weave to provide a titanium-like strength and longlasting durability, the company says. It has a cool carbon fiber look that works well in any vehicle – show, race or daily driver; and provides protection of sensitive components at risk of heat soak.


Reflect-A-GOLD is a metalized polyamide polymer backed by a high temperature pressure sensitive adhesive used to reflect heat on firewalls, air boxes, air induction tubing, bulkheads, engine covers, floors, seat bottoms and other area’s needing thermal protection. Lightweight and low profile, Reflect-A-GOLD resists UV degradation and can be trimmed to size. Reflect-A-GOLD is available at AutoZone in a 12” x 12” sheet (part #010066.)

For more information about DEI’s thermal protection products available through AutoZone call DEI at 800-264-9472, or e-mail: [email protected].

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