Adhesives & Coatings

Bend-a-Board

Metal Jacketing, Strapping & Fittings

Low Temp Insulation

Medium Temp Insulation

High Temp Insulation

Closed Cell Insulation

PVC Products

Accessory Products


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Medium Temp Insulation

For insulating mechanical systems, fiberglass pipe insulation offers cost effective solutions for a wide range of uses. Fiberglass insulation can be used for hot, cold, concealed, and exposed piping from 0° F (18° C) to 850° F (454° C) in commercial buildings and industrial facilities and process or power plants. Fiberglass pipe insulation is jacketed with self-sealing all service (ASJ) vapor retarder jacket.

IMC distributes the quality fiberglass products of both Owens Corning and Johns Manville.

We also supply flexible duct insulation from
Certainteed Insulation.

Insulation is used to insulate rectangular and round heating, ventilating and air conditioning ductwork. It provides thermal efficiency that reduces unwanted heat loss or gain from equipment and ductwork. When properly installed in the correct thickness, this product virtually eliminates condensation problems on cold duct surfaces. SoftTouch Duct Wrap is suitable for use with most heating, ventilating and air conditioning ductwork operating at temperatures from 35° to 250° (1.7° to 121°) for faced SoftTouch Duct Wrap, and from 35° to 450° (1.7° to 232°) for unfaced SoftTouch Duct Wrap.

Also part of our extensive line of medium temperature insulation products is Hamfab Type 650° pipe fittings. HAMFAB fitting insulators are unique, and of superior quality, because they're molded, not mitered and glued together from sections of straight run insulation or machine routed from flat stock board. HAMFAB Type 650° premolded insulators are designed to insulate heating, cooling, or process piping systems operating at temperatures from -20° to +650°. The insulators are normally applied by placing two premolded matching half-sections over the pipe fitting, and joining them together using tape, wire, or adhesive (applied to the seams). After being joined, the fitting insulator is ready for jacketing, vapor barrier coating, or other finishes.

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