Insulation of a nuclear vessel lowers heat loss and saves energy
while protecting personnel from high heat risks.
Prepared for every instance, providing protection and
saving energy at the same time.
Self-regulating heaters mounted in enclosures provide radiant space heating, protecting valuable equipment and instrumentation
Contact us today to find out how we can save you energy.
One of the ﬁve largest oil ﬁelds on the Norweigan continental shelf, Heat Tracing and Insulation ensured process temperatures were maintained and the system is protected from frost.
Protecting water from freezing elements
Insulation jackets for boiler room valves, to reduce heat loss and save energy costs
Eliminating loud, damaging noise through acoustic insulation protection
One of the largest and most complex LNG projects in the world, we provided over 6000 insulation jackets for critical valves, actuators, and instrumentation.
Ice formation on outside of existing rigid insulation cladding, so heated jackets applied over the existing cladding, complete with ATEX power distribution and control panels.
Comprehensive frost protection system to cover production, transportation, and processing of oil in extreme arctic region
Comfort in your home, year-round
Heated jackets to ensure frost protection of vital sprinkler systems
Largest natural gas ﬁeld in Azerbaijan, heated insulation keeps critical processes working
Safety improvements on hot piping through worker protection cage systems
MAST facility for Fusion Energy was upgraded and enhanced the UK’s role in international fusion research. An intricate, multilayer system comprising over 1000 pieces was provided to protect personnel from the chamber where temperatures of 50 million degrees C will be created – over three times hotter than the Sun.
Hybrid insulation system including both rigid insulation and soft insulation covers, conserving energy and reducing heat loss while providing protection to personnel by reducing surface temperature to <55°C
Passive Fire Protection from cellulosic fire.