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Valve Jackets

Insulated Valve Jackets

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  • Designed to fit closely around awkward pipe features, valves, vessels, flanges and actuators to maximise insulation and remove possible sharp edge hazards.
  • Designed to insulate the application which it is applied to, ranging between -20°C to +1100°C.
  • Durable outer cloth can be supplied with weather and oil resistance.
  • Jacket fastenings such as hook and loop, lacing hooks or turn buttons mean that a speedy removal can be achieved for the purpose of maintenance or repair.
  • Insulation is fully sealed to avoid any airborne contamination and possible harm to personnel.
  • Specific labelling can be provided so insulation jackets that are removed for maintenance, they can be easily replaced.

Insulation Jackets For All Types Of Valve With a 50mm Thick Infill

Pipelagging.com supply passive fire protection and insulation jackets for a wide range of applications. The jackets are designed and manufactured to suit the specific insulation requirements such as thermal, acoustic, high temperature or leak detection and chemical safety.
Insulation jackets are also available with integrated trace heating for areas with low ambient temperatures. Jet fire, hydrocarbon pool fire and blast protection jackets are also available.

Manufacture

Manufactured in the form of a jacket typically constructed with an inner cloth, an insulation material and an outer cloth. The thickness of the jacket can vary to suit the requirements of the application.

Installation

Full installation instructions can be supplied with each jacket, detailing how the components fit together around the structure/application. The jackets are held in place by simple fastening systems, such as stainless steel fixings, straps and/or hook and loop tape. Both the Jackets and the fixings are designed to be easily removable for maintenance, yet are suitable to withstand exposure at the site. 

Heat Conservation

The insulation jackets can be tailored to provide thermal insulation to the requirements of the particular application according to ISO 12241:2008 calculation rules. Standard Alkaline Earth Silicate (AES) insulation wool jackets with an infill of 50mm provides the following thermal conductivity.

Temperature (°C) - Thermal conductivity (K Value)
400                            0.10
600                            0.16
800                            0.23
1000                          0.31

Other thickness designs are available with also a multiple jacket option for greater heat conservation, if required.

Reduced Down-time

With a flexible jacket solution, removing the insulation for regular maintenance or inspection need not be a challenge. With simple fastening systems, the jacket can be easily removed and replaced in a fraction of the time in comparison to fixed insulation systems such as renders or fibrous/metal clad valve boxes. Furthermore, a flexible jacket system is less likely to sustain damage than traditional stainless steel cladding that can easily be dented and allow moisture ingress. These jackets were supplied to a nuclear power station, providing savings of £1.7 million per day through means of a 3 day fitting schedule in comparison to a 7 day installation schedule using traditional methods.
Even for smaller scale HVAC insulation projects, the jackets can save up to a third in installation time in comparison to more traditional insulation systems.
The integrity of the jackets is not reduced after unfastening and fastening and continues to insulate effectively throughout the product’s lifespan. If an item of insulation should become damaged then it can be easily replaced with a new section.

Personnel Protection

Surface temperatures can be effectively reduced using high temperature jackets, insulating high temperature equipment and reducing the risk to personnel from burns. The jackets can also provide an effective covering of sharp edges of application equipment and thus providing a safer working environment.

Why Insulation Jackets?

Design

Insulation jackets are designed to meet application requirements. Thermal and acoustic insulation jackets are available along with high temperature, winterisation and leak detection jackets. 

Benefits across the different ranges include:

  • Designed to fi t closely around awkward pipe features, valves, vessels, fl anges and actuators to maximise insulation and remove possible sharp edge hazards.
  • Designed to insulate the application which it is applied to, ranging between -20°C to +1100°C.
  • Durable outer cloth can be supplied with weather and oil resistance.
  • Jacket fastenings such as hook and loop, lacing hooks or turn buttons mean that a speedy removal can be achieved for the purpose of maintenance or repair.
  • Insulation is fully sealed to avoid any airborne contamination and possible harm to personnel.
  • Specific labelling can be provided so insulation jackets that are removed for maintenance, they can be easily replaced.

Product Summary the standard insulation jackets are available where thermal and energy insulation is required both for improving application performance but also for personal safety. Optional integrated trace heating is also available for standard insulation jackets.

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Product Name Insulated Valve Jackets
SKU Valve Jackets
Manufacturer Pipelagging
Description

Insulation Jackets For All Types Of Valve With a 50mm Thick Infill

Pipelagging.com supply passive fire protection and insulation jackets for a wide range of applications. The jackets are designed and manufactured to suit the specific insulation requirements such as thermal, acoustic, high temperature or leak detection and chemical safety.
Insulation jackets are also available with integrated trace heating for areas with low ambient temperatures. Jet fire, hydrocarbon pool fire and blast protection jackets are also available.

Manufacture

Manufactured in the form of a jacket typically constructed with an inner cloth, an insulation material and an outer cloth. The thickness of the jacket can vary to suit the requirements of the application.

Installation

Full installation instructions can be supplied with each jacket, detailing how the components fit together around the structure/application. The jackets are held in place by simple fastening systems, such as stainless steel fixings, straps and/or hook and loop tape. Both the Jackets and the fixings are designed to be easily removable for maintenance, yet are suitable to withstand exposure at the site. 

Heat Conservation

The insulation jackets can be tailored to provide thermal insulation to the requirements of the particular application according to ISO 12241:2008 calculation rules. Standard Alkaline Earth Silicate (AES) insulation wool jackets with an infill of 50mm provides the following thermal conductivity.

Temperature (°C) - Thermal conductivity (K Value)
400                            0.10
600                            0.16
800                            0.23
1000                          0.31

Other thickness designs are available with also a multiple jacket option for greater heat conservation, if required.

Reduced Down-time

With a flexible jacket solution, removing the insulation for regular maintenance or inspection need not be a challenge. With simple fastening systems, the jacket can be easily removed and replaced in a fraction of the time in comparison to fixed insulation systems such as renders or fibrous/metal clad valve boxes. Furthermore, a flexible jacket system is less likely to sustain damage than traditional stainless steel cladding that can easily be dented and allow moisture ingress. These jackets were supplied to a nuclear power station, providing savings of £1.7 million per day through means of a 3 day fitting schedule in comparison to a 7 day installation schedule using traditional methods.
Even for smaller scale HVAC insulation projects, the jackets can save up to a third in installation time in comparison to more traditional insulation systems.
The integrity of the jackets is not reduced after unfastening and fastening and continues to insulate effectively throughout the product’s lifespan. If an item of insulation should become damaged then it can be easily replaced with a new section.

Personnel Protection

Surface temperatures can be effectively reduced using high temperature jackets, insulating high temperature equipment and reducing the risk to personnel from burns. The jackets can also provide an effective covering of sharp edges of application equipment and thus providing a safer working environment.

Why Insulation Jackets?

Design

Insulation jackets are designed to meet application requirements. Thermal and acoustic insulation jackets are available along with high temperature, winterisation and leak detection jackets. 

Benefits across the different ranges include:

  • Designed to fi t closely around awkward pipe features, valves, vessels, fl anges and actuators to maximise insulation and remove possible sharp edge hazards.
  • Designed to insulate the application which it is applied to, ranging between -20°C to +1100°C.
  • Durable outer cloth can be supplied with weather and oil resistance.
  • Jacket fastenings such as hook and loop, lacing hooks or turn buttons mean that a speedy removal can be achieved for the purpose of maintenance or repair.
  • Insulation is fully sealed to avoid any airborne contamination and possible harm to personnel.
  • Specific labelling can be provided so insulation jackets that are removed for maintenance, they can be easily replaced.

Product Summary the standard insulation jackets are available where thermal and energy insulation is required both for improving application performance but also for personal safety. Optional integrated trace heating is also available for standard insulation jackets.

Short Description
  • Designed to fit closely around awkward pipe features, valves, vessels, flanges and actuators to maximise insulation and remove possible sharp edge hazards.
  • Designed to insulate the application which it is applied to, ranging between -20°C to +1100°C.
  • Durable outer cloth can be supplied with weather and oil resistance.
  • Jacket fastenings such as hook and loop, lacing hooks or turn buttons mean that a speedy removal can be achieved for the purpose of maintenance or repair.
  • Insulation is fully sealed to avoid any airborne contamination and possible harm to personnel.
  • Specific labelling can be provided so insulation jackets that are removed for maintenance, they can be easily replaced.
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