Equipment or pipe work with an operating temperature greater than 55 °C in case of metallic surfaces and 65 °C in the case of non-metallic surfaces should be insulated so that the surface temperature after insulation (cold surface temperature) does not exceed 55 °C.It is recognized that temperatures of 60 °C or greater will result in extreme discomfort to personnel and therefore a maximum cold surface temperature of 55 °C should be considered as prudent.
Typical products to be used for applications are calcium Silicate, Ceramic Fibre Blanket, Cellular Glass, Glass Wool, Perlite, Stone Wool, Rock Wool or Vermiculite.
Civil & Power Generation Projects (Pty) Ltd
Galaxy Maintenance Proprietary Limited
Kaefer Thermal Contracting Services (Pty) Ltd
Knauf Insulation Ltd
RTM Vacuum & Hydro Jetting (Pty) Ltd
RSC Industrial Services (Pty) Ltd
Rigifoam (Pty) Ltd
Rockfibre SA (Pty) Ltd
TMS Group Industrial Services (Pty) Ltd
Topfix (Pty) Ltd
Vedder & Moffat
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