P.I. & Accessories
XLPE Insulation Foam
Multi Layer Pad
Cost-effective solution to sealing challenges that demand reliable performance and extended durability. Designed to maximize the operational reliability of large steel-flanged applications, especially those with thermal cycling.
Glass Wool Insulation
An insulating material made from fibres of glass arranged using a binder into a texture similar to wool. The process traps many small pockets of air between the glass, and these small air pockets result in high thermal insulation properties.
Has all the qualities of aluminum but also has an adhesive that is aggressive and long lasting. It is aesthetically pleasing due to the shiny surface and is used for thermal conductivity, moisture and chemical resistance, heat and light reflectance, flame resistance and weather resistance.
A specially designed pad-carriage (isolation mounts) supported this transfer. The purpose of using the anti-vibration isolators was to resist and shock or vibration that could potentially damage the piece or hurt nearby passersby.
PE Foam Sheet
A closed cell, smooth skin foam that is widely used in HVAC, appliance, construction, packaging, automotive, and OEM industries. The foam is nontoxic, and has low water absorption and vapor transmission properties. Additionally, it has excellent chemical resistance and thermal insulation properties.
It is commonly used in the wrapping of mineral or rock wool or fiberglass wool to make insulation pillows and in oven lining applications. Woven with a smooth non - irritable finish, it easily wraps around uneven surfaces to provide an effective outer layer protection against unwanted heat energy
Rubber Pipe Insulation
Egg NBR Acoustic Sheet
Also called the pyramid acoustic foam, it’s the perfect soundproofing padding you can have for music studios and quiet rooms. The base sheet has a protruding four-sided pyramid, which are mainly responsible for absorbing sound. It reflects noise waves less, directing it in different directions.
An external or internal ridge, or rim (lip), for strength, as the flange of an iron beam such as an I-beam or a T-beam; or for attachment to another object, as the flange on the end of a pipe, steam cylinder, etc.,