Lustersheen 15 LB Trade Roll 434 Stainless Steel Wool
Stainless Steel Wool is great for dozens of uses, including the filtering of minerals like gold and silver as well as gases and liquids. It is especially effective when used as a matrix in conjunction with High Gradient Magnetic Separators in the processing of clay slurry.
Our stainless steel wool is also the product of choice for packing custom mufflers for motorcycles and automobiles. Stainless steel wool is a better packing material for this application than the cheaper and less durable glass wool often used by low-cost muffler manufacturers. Stainless steel wool is not affected by the pressures and hot gasses found in vehicle exhaust and, unlike glass wool, will not compact and degrades less over time.
The ideal choice for many plant maintenance and filtration applications, Stainless Steel Wool withstands the high temperatures common in industrial processes and effectively fights rust and corrosion on metal surfaces without the shedding of rust-prone fibers.
The reels are wound from a continuous woven web 4” wide that is about 3/8” thick (but varies). The length of the web can vary a lot. For estimating length of the web we advise allowing 15 to 18 feet per pound.
Great for cleaning and polishing many substrate types
Made from long lasting corrosion resistant stainless steel Alloy 434
Highly Resistant to Exhaust Acids and High Vibration
An Excellent Material for Muffler Baffling
An excellent material for motorcycle custom exhaust repacking.
Used for muffler repacking for all types of vehicles.
An excellent material for rodent and pest control – seals out all types of rodents at openings in the construction framing.
Used in residential, commercial and institutional construction to seal out bats and other flying pests.
Can be used in new construction to seal between the foundation and sill plates and framing, does not rust through.
Excellent for noise reduction and heat insulation
Heat Resistance up to to 1500° Fahrenheit
Please note: Coarse and Medium grade metallic wool can cause something similar to a paper cut when the wools are used with bare hands. For this reason, we carry Kevlar gloves which are a economical way to protect your hands while using these products.