Insul-Tek Fiberclad Containment Piping Systems
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Insul-Tek® Fiberclad Containment Piping Systems utilize a corrosion proof exterior cladding of Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic (F.R.P.). The F.R.P. cladding is filament wound directly on to the exterior steel containment casing thus providing a 100 mil thick corrosion barrier on the steel containment casing. The composite material; steel and fiberglass, provides the durability and strength of steel and the corrosion resistance of Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic (F.R.P.).
Insul-Tek: piping is an alternative to the outdated type of steel containment piping that is dependent upon some type of coating that is applied to the surface of the steel casing. Such coatings are highly susceptible to damage during loading, off-loading and during installation. Coated steel systems also require expensive and maintenance oriented cathodic protection systems. Fiberclad piping systems gives the installers the weldability of steel and the end user the corrosion resistance of Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic (F.R.P.) - the best of both worlds.
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Insul-Tek® Piping Systems is one of the leading manufacturers of prefabricated, preinsulated piping and containment piping systems in the United States. We provide complete pre-engineered piping systems that are custom designed to meet the client’s specific project requirements. We sell our products to universities, governmental agencies, schools, municipalities, airports, prisons, industrial and petro-chemical plants. Insul-Tek® offers a comprehensive package of services including:
- Complete engineering and design assistance, including product selection, system design with review of system layout including pipe stress analysis.
- Provide comprehensive project management from budget estimates to on-site technical field service during installation
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