Thermocol Pipe Insulation
"Thermocol Pipe Insulation", EPS pipe sections are extensively used to insulate the refrigerant pipes and other utility lines especially in MEP (mechanical, electrical and plumbing), and also HVAC (heating ventilation and air conditioning systems) projects to prevent the total system from refrigeration losses and condensation. Generally, working efficiency of the refrigerant equipment will obviously depend on the quality and reliability of the insulation material which is used.
(EPS) Pipe Insulation keeps water cold in summers and warm in winters resulting in energy efficiency and saving of precious resource (EPS) Pipe Insulation is available in a range of diameters, thicknesses, and densities and is ideal for operating within a temperature range of -60°C up to 80°C.
EPS pipe sections are manufactured on “made to order basis” according to the customer’s sizes and specifications. It can be cut with Shiplap joints and tongue & groove arrangements with the aid of high-tech CAD / CAM – CNC machines. Normally EPS Pipe sections are cut into two halves with readily wrapped FRK facing (foil reinforced kraft paper) in order to simplify the installation works at the sites.
Advantages of pipe insulation with THERMOCOL EPS:
- Stable R-value to provide long-term insulation
- Very Economical against its utility
- Easy to install
- Impervious to bacteria, moulds and fungi
- Lightweight yet high strength
- Available in various thicknesses to suit your requirement
- Easy installation on existing structures
How to Place an Order for Pipe Section?
EPS pipe section can be ordered by providing the following basic information or alternatively you may call / send us your requirement by mentioning your application temperature and other details in order to recommend a suitable one.
Basic Information to be Provided to Place an Order:
- Pipe Diameter: The diameter of the pipe which needs to be insulated must be known.
- Type of material to be insulated such as steel, PVC or copper Insulation density and thickness:
- The density and thickness of the insulation required should be known. If you do not know how much insulation is sufficient, our experts will help you decide based on understanding your requirements.
- With FRK (foil reinforced kraft paper) facing or without.
- Quantity in running meters