Insulation and Jackets
Valveforce valve insulation and jackets are the efficient way to maximise energy efficiency, reduce operating costs and reduce Co2 emissions.
Saving All Heat and Energy Losses
Insulation jackets for valves save energy, reduce carbon emissions and improve safety. Whether the system is steam, hot water or thermal oil, to operate the system at peak efficiency it is essential that all components are insulated. It is common for pipelines to be lagged. However, control valves, strainers, steam traps and other ancillaries are often left bare – resulting in energy losses through heat emissions.
By implementing a Valveforce Valve Insulation Audit operators will benefit from energy savings, reduced carbon emissions and improved health and safety. Valve jackets are the efficient way to maximise energy efficiency, reduce operating costs and reduce Co2 emissions. Importantly, plant safety will be enhanced by creating a cooler working environment and protecting personnel from hot surfaces.
Detailed Scope for Each Audit:
A Valveforce Insulation Audit involves a detailed inspection of your system and delivers the following:
- Identification of all uninsulated pipework and ancillaries
- Each requirement is measured for a bespoke insulation valve jacket
- A detailed survey report
Comprehensive Survey Reports:
- A complete inventory of uninsulated components
- The total cost of energy losses based on your specific operating costs
- Energy summary including heat losses and Co2 savings
- The return on investment for complete rectification work
- Written recommendations for system improvements
- Full installation service to deliver the recommendations of the audit
- Preferential rates for all ancillary products identified during the survey
- Presentation of our survey and recommendations