What is a heat-loss survey? Simply put, a heat-loss survey is the first step in Thermaxx’s insulation process, providing the customer with wealth of useful information. This no-cost energy analysis is the baseline for all Thermaxx insulation projects. It also provides customers with a comprehensive insulation opportunity report. Projects include, but are not limited to insulation for:
Did you know that when we perform ourinsulation survey, we take into consideration every type of insulation? Thermaxx provides solutions for all your insulation needs. If you are looking for a way to make a big impact quickly in your facility, consider the condition of pipe insulation in your mechanical rooms and heating plant. Often we are asked, should this be replaced? YES!
We have been busy planning our emergence since the stay at home order was issued last year! On our weekly calls, the Thermaxx sales team strategized so that all momentum was not lost when states start loosening rules and easing back into working. Our goal is to hit the ground running– carefully, of course, and not lose the progress that has been made in the energy sector.
This article was written by Meghan Reilly of Thermaxx Jackets & John Barker of Midco Insulation
Recently we were asked to perform a survey for a large property management firm in New York City. This had not been the first time we provided this company with insulation surveys and we hoped that we would be awarded the project. Even though we were able to show the client the benefits of using traditional fiberglass on straight runs of pipe and custom jackets on serviceable components, we did...
This case study was written by Rose Titcomb of Thermaxx Jackets
About Industrial Pipes Industrial pipes, or process piping, is typically used to transport water, steam, and other gases & liquids of varying temperatures. The term “process piping” generally refers to the system of pipes that transport process fluids (e.g., air, steam, water, industrial gases, fuels, chemicals) around an industrial facility to be converted into a usable product. Industrial pipes...
This article was written by Suzanne Rowe Barrett
This case study was written by Richard Brown of Thermaxx Jackets
This post was updated October 2019