Pipe Insulation Polyurethane Systems
Recently, the importance of energy-saving solutions in building materials has increased considerably in order to create a safe and sustainable environment, due to the climate change and the uncontrolled increase in consumption. The insulation of pipes, one of the most commonly used materials in buildings and industrial structures, has a high impact on energy savings. Therefore, high-performance insulation materials should be preferred to ensure pipe insulation.
Polyurethane ensures high resistance to chemicals, condensation and corrosion, thereby ensuring long-lasting use of the pipe, shows high resistance to ultra high and low temperatures (-50°C to 135°C) and has excellent insulation properties thanks to its low thermal conductivity coefficient (λ). For these reasons, it is often preferred as pipe insulation material. Polyurethane helps maintain a warmer pipe temperature to avoid heat loss in pipes and prevent freezing or cracking in cold climates.
The thermal conductivity coefficient (lambda) value of polyurethane is lower than other insulation materials such as wood, rock wool and polystyrene, thanks to the high closed cell amount of rigid polyurethane foams. Therefore, the thermal insulation by rigid polyurethane foams is much higher than other insulation materials.
Areas of usage:
- Oil and Gas Pipelines
- Regional Water Pipes
- Industrial Tanks
- Energy efficiency
- High heat resistance
- High mechanical resistance
- Short demoulding time with fast curing properties
- Good adhesion to many surfaces
- High production efficiency
- Can be used in high pressure and low pressure machines
- Providing solutions with different densities
KIMrigid® Pipe Insulation Systems
For more detailed information about our systems, you can review our brochure.
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