Removable Insulation Jackets for Sound Attenuation

Jan 12 2022
Removable Insulation Jackets for Sound Attenuation

Written by Brian Bannon & Michael Bannon, co-owner of Thermaxx Jackets   Sound has its place in our lives. Can you imagine a quiet police or fire siren? Going to a concert and having to be quiet to hear the music? How about being able to hear crickets when a walk off home run is hit during a postseason baseball game? No! Sound & noise aren't always unwelcome in our lives.

Don’t Insulate the Diaphragm of a Pressure Regulator

Jun 03 2021
Don’t Insulate the Diaphragm of a Pressure Regulator

Why You Should Never Insulate the Diaphragm Chamber of a Pressure Reducing Valve If you are considering insulating your steam system, remember to never insulate the diaphragm chamber of the pressure reducing valve. Indeed, the diaphragm chamber of any pressure regulator should never get insulated.

The Riverside Church Gets an Insulation Upgrade

Oct 27 2018
The Riverside Church Gets an Insulation Upgrade

"Con Edison’s Green Team has been a great partner in our Church’s commitment to sustainability. We are proud to help our community by reducing our environmental footprint and meeting our energy efficiency goals."

Insulating your PRV (Pressure Reducing Valves)

Oct 17 2018
Insulating your PRV (Pressure Reducing Valves)

Removable insulation jackets are becoming more of a necessity every year when it comes to running an industrial facility that utilizes a plethora of equipment. One piece of equipment that could really use proper insulation are the pressure reducing valves in your facility.

Insulation Upgrades are Saving Sikorsky Aircraft $23,500 Per Year

Mar 27 2018
Insulation Upgrades are Saving Sikorsky Aircraft $23,500 Per Year

Another Steam System Thermaxx‘d Payback Period = 5.27 months March 15, 2012

Leaking Steam Trap: Steam Leak Detection, Calculation, & Prevention

Jan 13 2018
Leaking Steam Trap: Steam Leak Detection, Calculation, & Prevention

According to the United States Department of Energy, "In steam systems that have not been maintained for 3 to 5 years, between 15% to 30% of the installed steam traps may have failed—thus allowing live steam to escape into the condensate return system." In other words, your facility is losing money because the costly steam that has been produced is not being put to use! In turn, more steam has...