- 60” x 96”
- Durable high strength material will not shatter or tear
- Windproof and waterproof
- Works for groundcover or shelter
- NASA approved: Patented material in current use on the international space station
- Highly effective for hypothermia management and prevention
- Proprietary technology makes deployment fast and easy (no cling)
- Most compact blanket on the market and easier to deploy than mylar
- TAA compliant and made in USA
- Provides effective protection in extreme weather conditions
- Recyclable and reusable
- Quiet and an easy to open
2.5MIL Tactical Blanket
Comparison of 2.5MIL Standard Heatsheet to Standard Mylar Sheet
The 2.5ml Heatsheet provides dramatically more Tear Resistance than a 2 Ply Mylar Blanket (more than 34x the resistance).
The 2.5ml Heatsheet withstands 2.3x more pressure prior to a puncture compared to a 2 Ply Mylar Blanket when measured across the the length of the blanket and 2.4x more when measured across the width.
The 2.5 ml Heatsheet has 38% higher identical blunt force tensile strength compared to a 2 Ply Mylar Blanket when measured across the width of the blanket and nearly identical tensile strength across the length of the blanket.
The 2.5ml Heatsheet has dramatically higher elongation (stretch) properties than a 2 Ply Mylar Blanket (more than 54x) when measured across the length of the Blanket and 15x when measured across the width.
*Testing provided by InterTek
Heatsheet 2.5Mil Thickness
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|Average Tearing Force (grams Force)||
Length - 1417
Length - 26
|Puncture-Propagation Tear Resistance (Newtons)||
Length - 40.5
Length - 16.7
|Average Tensile Strength (PSI)||
Length - 5720
Length - 4140
|Average Elongation at break (%)||
Length - 880
Length - 59
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Heatsheets® are made with Silver LiningsTM, a proprietary reflective insulating fabric that reflects up to 90% of a person’s body heat back to the wearer, or can be flipped to reflect external heat sources. The technology is based on Radiant Barrier technology originally developed by NASA to protect astronauts, space crafts and equipment from temperature extremes from -400⁰ F to 400⁰ F.