Acclaimed blanket insulation available in large size, roll form

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The acclaimed Porextherm WDS MultiFlex high-performance flexible microporous insulation blanket from Morgan Advanced Materials is now available in large size and roll form, making it suitable for an even broader range of applications.

WDS MultiRoll ST draws on the same ground-breaking technology which has made WDS MultiFlex mats the first choice for specifiers in applications from downstream oil & gas piping insulation and transport exhaust systems, to marine engines, decks and bulkheads, and passive fire protection.

Compliant with the ASTM C1676 standard specification for microporous insulation and non-flammable in accordance with DIN EN 13501-1, Euroclass A1, WDS MultiRoll ST delivers best-in-class thermal insulation performance – five times that of conventional insulation products – across a broad temperature range, with thermal stability up to 1050degC (1922degF).

It is based on WDS technology, which allows the consistent control of the texture and distribution of minerals within the microporous mineral matrix core, ensuring optimal thermal characteristics alongside superior mechanical properties.

Inorganic and non-combustible, WDS MultiRoll ST is also ultra-thin, making it suitable for insulating complex geometries or areas with limited space. It offers easy and rapid handling, installation and fixing.

Guido Chiappano of Morgan Advanced Materials explains: “The unique properties of WDS MultiFlex have established the system as a high-performance insulator in a broad spectrum of applications where heat loss or passage cannot be tolerated.

“Its availability on a roll further enhances the capabilities of the system, reducing the number of joins and potential for gaps, so minimising thermal bridges and consequential heat loss and providing a clear advantage by reducing installation costs.”

For more information on the WDS range of products, including Porextherm WDS MultiFlex, see

22 October 2015

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