This article was written by Rose Titcomb of Thermaxx Jackets
This article was written by Meghan Reilly of Thermaxx Jackets.
St. Mary’s Medical Center of Dignity Health450 Stanyan Street San Francisco, CA INSULATION JACKET CASE STUDY This case study was written by Marvin R. Fields from St. Mary's Medical Center & Rose Titcomb from Thermaxx Jackets
This post was updated October 2019
This article was updated on Dec. 4, 2019
HVAC (heating, ventilation, & air condition) systems provide thermal comfort and acceptable indoor air quality through mechanical engineering. Industrial HVAC systems are an important part of structures such as apartment buildings, hotels and senior living facilities, medium to large industrial and office buildings such as skyscrapers and hospitals, vehicles such as trains, airplanes, ships and...
Written by Brian Bannon, co-owner of Thermaxx Jackets The pipe insulation and removable insulation jacket markets are some of the few industries that technology has avoided, unless you count using spreadsheets to complete pipe insulation take-offs or perhaps using a cell phone to order materials. Essentially, technology for pipe insulation has been bypassed. Pipe insulation/removable jacket...
The Garfield Building in San Francisco, located in the heart of the theater district, is a beautiful 28 unit building built by the Reid Brothers in 1908, and the infrastructure was totally gutted and remodeled in 2008. Dave Pritchard, the Garfield
The Thermaxx Jackets offices and manufacturing facilities are currently located in an industrial commercial sized building in West Haven, CT. Here'a view from Google Map's satellite imagery:
Thermaxx Jackets recently had a customer that was seeking to insulate all of the hot pipes and components in their learning facility after an employee had been burned when coming into contact with a bare hot component's surface. Removable insulation blankets by Thermaxx Jackets are great for improving your steam system's energy efficiency, but the safety benefits for your personnel are overlooked...