Insulated jackets can form an integral part of a frost protection / trace heating system, whether they be un-heated or heated.
The jackets are very versatile and can accommodate the vast majority of components irrespective of size and or complexity, especially when insulation by conventional means is prohibitive.
They can be designed to cope with temperatures in excess of +900 degrees C. due to their robust fire retardent properties.
If heated jackets are required they can be linked and powered via sensor controls to perform a wide variety of heat application functions.
Surface Heating Systems Ltd, have developed numerous Non Heated & Heated insulated jacket systems for application within the food processing , utilities, drinks, petrochemical and pharmaceutical industries.
Not only do insulated jackets lend themselves particularly well to complex shapes, they have the added attraction of being easily removable for access to valves, pumps and meters, after which they can be refitted without any difficulty extending their insulation performance.