AIM

Insulation

AIM has extensive experience installing a variety of common and specialty insulation materials within Industrial and commercial applications. A summary of ourproficienciesincludes but are not limited to;

  • Hot and Cold (thermal) Insulation,
  • Cryogenic Insulation
  • Acoustic Insulation
  • Insulation for Fire Rated Systems.
  • Mastic Coatings
  • Rockwool and Glasswool
  • Ceramic Fibre
  • Polystyrene, Polyester, Polyisocyanurate (PIR)
  • Polyurethane Foam (PUR)
  • Physically cross-linked closed-cell, polyolefin foam

Rockwool Insulation

Rockwool Insulation is a highly versatile material that is utilised on many applications. Rockwool is derived from stone and has impeccable thermal properties within a temperature range of approximately 0-750oC. This is a bio-soluble non carcinogenic material.  Rockwool can be utilised in a variety of applications including but not limited to, hot water, maintaining heat tracing integrity, exhaust flues, steam boilers applications and etc.

Rockwool Sectional Pipe Insulation (SPI) typically used for hot running pipe up to 750oC.
Rockwool
Rockwool blanket typically used for hot tanks and vessels up to 750oC
Fibreglass Sectional Pipe Insulation
Fibreglass Sectional Pipe Insulation (SPI) typically used on hot applications up to 450oC

Polystyrene Insulation

Polystyrene Sectional Pipe Insulation (SPI) used for chilled water systems, refrigerated vessels etc. (Temperature Range -20 to 80oC)
Polystyrene Sectional Pipe Insulation (SPI) Factory Foiled

Specialty Insulations

Formshield Insulation (equivalent to Armaflex insulation) typically used on pipe and vessels with operating temperature from -40 to 105 degrees C.
Foamglass insulation is a rigid light weight insulation used to insulate cryogenic systems. This insulation is rated for temperatures -268 degrees C through +482 deg C.
Soundlag is an acoustic insulation
Soundlag is an acoustic insulation typically used on hydraulic and waste pipes, air-conditioning ducting, Acoustic Treating of equipment, etc.
Fyrewrap insulation is typically used to provide 1 to 3 hour fire ratings to ductwork