Industrial Insulation for High-Temperature Applications
It is no secret that maintaining critical temperatures is key to process yield. Yet many insulations fall short because they cannot handle high-temperature conditions. Pyrogel® HPS was engineered from the ground up to thrive in harsh environments such as delayed coking and high-energy piping (HEP). Through our patented manufacturing process, Pyrogel HPS achieves an extremely low thermal conductivity while being up to 75% thinner than competing insulation materials.
Complex geometry and space limitations pose a great challenge to rigid insulation, which is often used in high-temperature applications. Facilities are switching to Pyrogel HPS because its flexible blanket format can be used on both pipes and vessels. A single SKU of Pyrogel replaces a warehouse overflowing with a made-to-order inventory of rigid insulation that can only insulate certain areas of a unit.
Pyrogel HPS Benefits
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Insulating Feed Lines to Stabilize Operations & Increase Run Times
After reinsulating the furnace feed lines with Pyrogel, the temperatures stabilized and are now easily maintained through snow, sleet, and rain.→Learn More
Pyrogel HPS Supports Faster Restart After an Unplanned Outage
The combined benefits of Pyrogel HPS allowed the insulation contractor to complete the time-sensitive task 10% earlier than anticipated.→Learn More
Pyrogel XTE & HPS Specification Guideline
This engineering document provides design and application guidelines for the use of Pyrogel HPS as thermal insulation and/or acoustical insulation.→Learn More
Pyrogel HPS for Delayed Coker Units
By minimizing heat loss on feedlines and drums to maintain optimum drum outlet temperatures, Pyrogel HPS supports maximum liquid yield and reduced maintenance costs.→Learn More
Installation Support for Pyrogel HPS High-Temperature Insulation
Installing Pyrogel is now easier than ever thanks to our Technical Services engineers combining decades of their experience into a step-by-step installation guide. This manual walks you through techniques proven in the field, accompanied by detailed cutting charts and material handling instructions.
Whether your team is looking for help insulating complex geometry or writing specifications, our Technical Services engineers are available to support. Hands-on and virtual training programs for contractors are also available. To learn more, please contact Technical Services.