Protection where things get hot

Wherever extreme heat occurs in the working world, people, machines and our environments must be protected. During welding, grinding and cutting work, or with the direct exposure to flame, the surrounding area must be provided with extensive shielding.


Heat protection fabric of glass and silicate fibers with special coatings offer outstanding protection in a broad range of different combinations. The fabric specifications define: Resistance to slippage, mechanical loading capacities, abrasion resistance, water impermeability, etc. This is achieved in material thickness from 0.2 mm to 3.0 mm in weight classes of 200 g/m² to 3000 g/m².

Depending on the application, JUTEC achieves a textile heat protection of up to 1,600°C.

Flame protection pastes, also worked into mats, round off the product line up to 3,000°C  and offer the most reliable protection for direct contact with flames.



The simplest measure for preventing incipient fires during welding or grinding work is to cover flammable areas with a classified splash protection blanket from JUTEC. Special coatings in combination with the density and the thickness create a wide range of mechanical loads and offer you secure protection up to 1,300°C.


During welding and grinding work there is a danger of flying sparks, welding spatter and grinding splashes in the direct, unprotected working environment developing into hidden smoldering fires. This possible fire hazard must be eliminated. Flashing of the eyes of employees not involved must also be ensured.

Inexpensive workplace protection must be realized with a broad range of fabric qualities up to 1,300°C. Our curtains are produced in any width and length, including in the form of slats and without visible strips. Hanging/extension is achieved with hooks, eyelets, loops, rings and snaps.


Machines, motors, control cabinets and units, etc. are completely covered. Precisely fitting, individual JUTEC protective covers are used for various new building and repair projects. They protect against welding spatter and flying sparks and eliminate the need for expensive dismantling.

In shipbuilding, power plant construction, etc. painted parts can be installed, although welding and/or grinding work is being carried out in the immediate vicinity. In addition, we also produce hose, pipe and cable protection.


Our field of activities in the heat protection sector is so diverse that it is only possible to achieve maximum safety together with our customers. From this teamwork we develop problem solutions and expand our range of products and services daily. The following product groups are intended to provide a sense of what is currently being used. Allow yourself to be inspired and utilize our expertise.


The welding pillow is used as a seating and kneeling surface in deep and/or cramped working areas. It protects when working in hot containers or at extremely high floor temperatures.

Its design enables use up to a floor temperature of 500°C.


It is known as a weld seam cover mat in pipeline construction. This form of jacket protects the weld seam from cooling down too rapidly. It prevents tension cracks and insulates against moisture and/or cold. The pipe can be put into the placed in the ground while protected.

Several closure systems, lengths and widths are available.


This type of matt is used as a supporting surface or to cover foundry products. For large cast parts with several openings, the mats are used to close off the openings.

Advantage: Slower cooling is achieved and the interruption of the heating process results in interesting cost reductions.


These mats absorb temperatures during welding, soldering or cutting work of up to 3.000°C without the heat being transmitted to the underground. As a result, soldering and welding work become less dangerous and the surrounding area is not damaged.


Our pastes developed in-house are excellently suited for welding and soldering of, for example, heating pipes up to 3,000°C. The paste prevents heat from flowing through inside the material to be processed. This also applies when machining thin sheet metal; application on one side is sufficient.


An extinguishing blanket in accordance with DIN EN 1869 works during fire-fighting with oxygen deprivation. It is part of the standard equipment at workplaces with a fire hazard. Extremely simple handling is achieved with gripping pockets and special folding. Suitable for wrapping around burning persons. Required to suffocate smoldering fires.