As a nation, we take pride in providing the world with high-quality American-made goods. And as an employer, you take pride in giving your team a safe and efficient job site so they can show up every day and do work the world relies on. Protect the environment by saving energy. Protect your employees from harm. Get industrial insulation for your manufacturing plant. Get a free quote.
Some of our top-selling insulation products for industrial applications include:
Reduce corrosion under insulation and keep your staff safe from hot exposed pipes by insulating them properly to withstand high temperatures at your plant.
Contain the heat of exhaust ducts and large steam flues by wrapping them in premiere insulation wraps. Regulate heat loss or gain of your HVAC systems.
Protect from noise pollution with removable insulation curtains that have an actual noise reduction of up to 24 dB(A) while retaining easy access to machinery.
Reduce heat and sound emissions from machinery while maintaining easy access to parts for repairs with custom removable insulation blankets
With nearly 50 years of experience, we could drone on and on about industrial insulation. We know, though, that what is truly important to you is not the insulation itself, but what it can do.
With proper insulation, you can save money on energy costs associated with heating and cooling, protect employees from injury, prevent equipment decay from condensation and corrosion, and even protect the environment. And when you look at it like that, insulating your manufacturing plant is a no-brainer.
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What type of insulation is the most energy efficient?
Fiberglass insulation is the most common type of insulation used because of how energy efficient it is. That said, nearly all insulation types can be deemed as "energy efficient" since they assist in reducing the amount of energy required to heat or cool something.
What is the best insulation to keep pipes hot?
Fiberglass insulation is excellent at insulating pipes. This type of industrial insulation (which comes in various jacketed or unjacketed options), can insulate pipes that run as hot as 2,300ºF. Additionally, closed-cell rubber foam insulation is a good pipe insulator.
How can I cut down on noise in my factory?
Acoustic insulation greatly reduces noise in factories. This type of sound insulation comes in many different forms to help insulate machinery and walls. Explore different acoustic baffles, quilted absorbers, and acoustic curtains, which help reduce noise pollution while still allowing easy access to machinery.
When is the best time to insulate my manufacturing plant?
For most factories, the spring is the best time to begin large-scale insulation projects. However, to determine the right time for you to insulate, it is important to consider the location of the manufacturing plant.
More often than not, the best time to insulate — regardless of location or climate — is as soon as possible. The quicker you install insulation, the sooner you will begin to see energy savings.
Are there any drawbacks to insulating a manufacturing plant?
The primary drawback to insulating a factory (or anything, really) is the upfront cost. Depending on the size of the insulation job you intend to have done, the initial cost of materials and labor may be significant. That said, most customers report that insulation products typically pay for themselves in a year due to the amount of reduction in operating expenses that the insulation provides.