HOT INSULATION

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.

MEMBERS

Civil & Power Generation Projects (Pty) Ltd

Electro-Heat Energy

Galaxy Maintenance Proprietary Limited

IPC Industries

Insulpro

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

SGB-Cape

Southey Contracting

TMS Group Industrial Services (Pty) Ltd

Topfix (Pty) Ltd

Vedder & Moffat



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