Waylander Welding Felt Carbon Felt Blanket Made in USA 1800°F High Temperature Resistant
- THICK & SOFT - Thick yet flexible and soft carbonized fiber. Works excellent as a welding blanket, blanket for grill, heat blanket, gun blanket, heat shield... No itchy feeling like other welding blankets, very user-friendly.
- HIGH QUALITY PAN FIBER - Made from high quality polyacrylonitrile fiber (PAN) that is heat resistant without any coating. Can easily be cut into pieces with large scissors for specific features.
- HIGH HEAT RESISTANCE - Can stand heat until 1800F/1000C. No threads used, just a plain felt blanket, ready to protect.
- MADE IN USA: 100% high quality felt blanket, made in USA
- Thickness: 0.18" / 4 mm
Waylander Carbon Felt Blankets are made of thick yet flexible and soft carbonized fibers. They can be used as a welding blanket, but also as a blanket for grill or bbq, heat blanket, gun blanket, heat shield and many more. Unlike most fiberglass blankets, carbon felt feels very soft and smooth on the skin.
Our carbon felt blankets are made of high quality polyacrylonitrile fiber (PAN) which is resistant against very high temperatures. It can easily stand heat until 1800F/1000C. No threads or grommets are used in this blanket. The structure is very soft and can easily be cut into pieces with large scissors.
Waylander provides high quality carbon felt, made in the USA.
Thick, High Quality Felt Carbon Fiber, Made in USA
To provide the highest quality to our customers, we manufacture our carbon fiber blankets in the USA.
Welding blanket, heat shield, gun blanket, grill blanket, bbq blanket, plumber blanket,... you name it!
The smooth and skin-friendly structure of carbon felt makes it very useful for a lot of different things.
Thick, soft, flexible carbon blanket
Carbon fiber blankets feel smooth and soft, unlike most fiberglass blankets. They also have no threads, so you can just cut it into pieces with some big scissors.
High Heat Resistance: 1800F/1000C
Carbon fiber can stand high heats until 1800F/1000C without melting or burning.