Hot Insulation conserves energy and prevents personnel from potential injury.
Hot insulation materials are particularly designed to insulate piping systems, moving gas and substance at inflated temperatures.
The most critical part about picking a hot insulation material at one of our branches is having the knowledge of the maximum temperature the insulation will be covering.
Components less than 350°C can be covered with off the shelf pre-molded fiberglass.
When components are closer or above temperatures of a 1000°C, silica or ceramic insulation is normally required. It is very vital to adhere to manufacturers’ suggestions when picking and installing insulation for hot components.
Cost effective insulation for your hot insulation needs. It keeps both the contents being moved at the right temperature, whilst making sure the excess heat is kept constant within the piping system.
Resin Bonded Rockwool
It is used in both cold and hot insulation, and it has an excessive thermal, heat and chemical resistance with an unmatched dimensional stability.