Plate Heat Exchanger Insulation Jackets

A plate heat exchanger without an insulation jacket will radiate heat, wasting energy and reducing its operating efficiency.

Also, differences in temperature in cooling duties can generate condensation, creating maintenance challenges such as corrosion as well as increasing environmental humidity.

Considering the years of service life and round-the-clock use, this can amount to a significant waste of energy and budget. For these reasons, it’s nearly always more cost-effective to insulate a heat exchanger instead of leaving it exposed.

  • Advantages

    • Reduced operating costs
    • Reduced building carbon footprint
    • Reduce plantroom environmental impact
    • Protect staff from hot services

    Jacket Construction

    • Silicone-coated glass fabric
    • Mineral fibre insulation
    • Velcro hook-and-loop fastenings
    • Temperature range from -50°C to over 200°C
Cost effective, energy saving solution

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Unit 3A Abloy House
Hatters Lane, Watford, Hertfordshire, WD18 8AJ
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