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Best Way to Prevent Chilled Pipe “Sweating” or Condensation

Oct 28 2021
Best Way to Prevent Chilled Pipe “Sweating” or Condensation

We often hear from clients facing a similar problem: condensation (or sweat) forming on their cold pipe or component. One may think it’s something that can be overlooked, but water can cause serious damage to sensitive piping or equipment if left untreated. Corrosion (the gradual destruction of materials, usually metals, by chemical and/or electrochemical reaction with their environment) can...

Vapor Barrier Insulation

Sep 09 2021
Vapor Barrier Insulation

Chilled water applications (around 45°F/7.77°C) and cryogenic applications (-126°F/-87.8°C & lower) require that ambient air does not reach the component or sweating and/or icing conditions occur. To keep ambient air from reaching the insulation or even the component a vapor barrier is required. The purpose vapor barriers is exactly what it sounds like, a barrier of material that will not allow...

The Difference Between Hot And Cold Insulation Materials

Jun 30 2019
The Difference Between Hot And Cold Insulation Materials

It’s difficult to make the decision between purchasing hot or cold removable insulation materials without truly knowing both sides of the story. Both forms of insulation materials are going to save you money in the end, but it is vital to determine which is the most practical and cost effective for your piping system.

Find Thermaxx Jackets at Globalcon 2018

Jan 20 2018
Find Thermaxx Jackets at Globalcon 2018

Will you be attending  GLOBALCON on March 21st & 22nd, 2018? Thermaxx Jackets is excited to be an exhibitor this year. Stop by our booth to learn how our removable, reusable insulation solutions can save your business money with incentives that improve energy efficiency.