Polyisocyanurate (Iso) pipe insulation is a closed-cell, high-performance insulation for pipe, vessel, equipment and duct applications. Polyisocyanurate pipe insulation products come in a selection of densities and compressive strengths. The pipe insulation features one of the lowest ambient k-factors among all pipe insulations: 0.19 BTU · in/hr · ft2 · °F at 75°F mean temperature (0.027 W/m · °C at 24°C) and can be used over a broad temperature range from -297°F to 300°F (-183°C to 148°C).
Extruded Polystyrene (XPS PIB) is ideal for demanding refrigeration applications. The rigid, closed-cell structure of XPS PIB gives it high compressive strength, low friability, and excellent water-resistance, making the material ideal for freeze-thaw cycling. Additionally, XPS PIB offers excellent thermal resistivity for a variety of applications ranging from -320°F to 165°F (-196°C to 74°C).
FOAMGLAS® HLB Cellular Glass Insulation is specially designed for high load bearing industrial applications. Its unique combination of high compressive strength and low thermal conductivity makes it ideal for a wide range of tank base construction and other industrial load bearing applications.
Dyplast polyisocyanurate insulation is available in 2, 2.5, 3, 4 , and 6 lb/ft3 densities, and with variable sized buns which can result in reduced waste when cutting to particular dimensions -- in turn saving money. With one of the highest R-value to thickness ratio of any commercially available insulation, no other insulation can compare. (ISO-HT pipe insulation is suitable for higher temperature applications such as; hot water pipe insulation and low temperature steam pipe insulation.)
Stainless Steel Jacketing is produced from T-304 and T-316 stainless steel, meeting ASTM A-240 standards. It has extensive corrosion resistive properties and a high resistance to heat making it useful for high heat/high corrosion areas. The exterior of the Stainless Steel Roll jacketing is a 2B Mill finish for a clean look. Then the interior of Stainless Steel Roll Jacketing can be either bare, or with a 3 mil thick co-extruded Polyethylene moisture barrier.