Thermal Blanket

Item No. 3A
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Emergency thermal mylar blanket to be used as emergency shelter by reflecting back and retaining 90% of a survival victim's body heat.
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BENEFITS & DESCRIPTION

Originally designed by NASA for space exploration, these insulating mylar blankets provide compact emergency protection in all weather conditions by reflecting back and retaining 90% of a survival victim's body heat.

ER™ Emergency Thermal Mylar Blankets are ideal for all emergencies.  They can be used to prevent and counter hypothermia by reducing heat loss from a person's body, to cover injured victims in order to help reduce shock, to line the inside of a sleeping bag, and can even be used in a hot environment to provide shade as a shelter barrier.

Why do you need Thermal Mylar Blankets?

Following a disaster when at home, school, or work; structures may suffer damage and be unsafe to occupy. You may be forced to take up shelter outdoors and face extreme weather conditions. When on the road during a disaster, you may be forced to travel by foot in extreme weather conditions. So be sure to have the proper emergency shelter supplies such as emergency thermal blankets.

FEATURES & SPECIFICATIONS

SKU:     3A
Brand:     ER™ Emergency Ready
Weight:     .2 lbs.
Dimensions:     
Fully opened, the blanket is approximately 84" x 54"
1 blanket: 3" x .5" x 5.5"
case (200/Case): 17.5" x 9" x 10"
pallet (12500/Pallet): 48" x 40" x 75"
Total Items:     1 blanket
Needs Supplied:     emergency shelter
Disaster Usage:     earthquakes, hurricanes, tornados, floods, snow storms, fire and acts of terrorism
Material:     metallized polyethylene terephthalate or MPET (also referred to as Mylar or aluminized non-stretch polyester)
Features & Functions:     
  • Made of durable insulating mylar material designed by NASA for space exploration.
  • Retains/reflects back 90% of body heat.
  • Reusable, waterproof and windproof.

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Emergency thermal mylar blanket to be used as emergency shelter by reflecting back and retaining 90% of a survival victim's body heat.
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