Written by Brian Bannon & Michael Bannon, co-founders 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.
This case study was written by Jack McTigue, an insulation expert at Thermaxx Jackets
Knowing the Cost of Steam: How do you calculate your fully loaded MMBtu Costs? For steam-using plants and facilities, calculating steam costs, like calculating steam pipe heat loss, is an important step towards revealing energy and cost savings opportunities.
This article was written by Rose Titcomb of Thermaxx Jackets
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...
Thermaxx Jackets has decades of experience designing, hand-sewing, and installing custom insulation blankets for industrial OEM exhaust applications across the US. From insulating exhaust manifolds in marine engine rooms & vehicles to power generators, the benefits of Thermaxx Jackets removable insulation blankets on exhaust systems are plenty!
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