Materials: Low Temperature: Vinyl & closed cell Foam Moderate; Teflon® & Silicone, Fiberglass High Temperature: Silica and Ceramic
Temperature: -40°F (-40°C) to 1600°F (870°C)
Weight, Size: Modular, 50lbs (23kg) per piece maximum
Environment: Vinyl & Foam, Outdoor.
Fiberglass, Silica, Ceramic; Dry, Indoor
Closures Velcro® Flaps, D-Ring Straps, Polywebbing Straps, Delryn Clips, Snaps, Lacing Eyes, Lacing Hooks.
Custom Designed Insulation Jackets

Removable Insulating Jackets are a convenient way to provide routine access to a pipe, valve, instrument or any device that has to be inspected, removed or visually monitored.

Shaped Insulating Jackets may be built small or large, in many different geometries. They are custom fabricated using a double stitch technique to build soft but durable cover.

Preformed, not Flat: The Jacket is designed and fabricated into a preformed shape that will easily fit the object. This is opposed to flat insulation pieces which fold up and "pucker" resisting closure and leaving air-gaps.

The materials of construction depend upon the temperature and environment of use. In the freeze protection temperature range, (Armaflex®) Closed Cell Foam with Polyester Vinyl will provide insulation without absorbing moisture. Then, up to 500° F choices can include materials such as Teflon® and Silicone, which provide durability and some moisture protection. Moderate and High temperature Insulation Jackets, are constructed of safe fiberglass based fabrics with soft, Fiberglass Silica or Ceramic insulations.
Standard and Special features:

Jacket sizes: Small Insulation Jackets may be constructed to fit ¾ inch diameter pipes and fittings. Large Insulation Jackets are limited by weight, typically 50lbs (23kg), but may be constructed in a modular fashion to fit large surfaces using several Jackets.

Out Door Service: Moisture Resistant Jacket Styles use Closed Cell Foam insulation with Vinyl, Teflon or Silicone Fabrics. Temperature limitations for this style are established by the Foam (Typically Armacell) or Vinyl fabric.

High Temperature Constructions will wick moisture if exposed to rain or other liquids. If used in an outdoor environment, lagging or some other protection should be applied over the Insulation Jacket to keep it dry.

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