10 Meter Length pieces of 15mm pipe insulation.

Insulation thickness 9mm

Genuine New Climaflex Branded closed-cell Polyethylene Pipe Insulation for pipes.

Slit down one side for ease of putting on, highly flexible, dust free, easy install

Non absorbent by water - ok for outdoor usage 

Thermal conductivity of 0.034 W/Mk of 0 dec C

Temperature range -45 to 105 degrees centigrade

Normal Density - 30kg/ cubic meter

Physiologically Neutral - does not rot

WHY USE PIPE INSULATION? 

Energy Conservation - Pipe insulation is very important for keeping heat in the pipes and ensuring that it is conveyed to its destination without excessive heat loss. Pipes may run through cold spaces such as garages and roof voids where you don't want heat loss into these spaces as this will make the heating system less efficient. There is also good reason to insulate heating pipes running through heated spaces to prevent overheating of rooms within properties. This way heat is delivered directly to the radiators with thermostatic controls in habitable rooms without excessive losses in circulation areas. In larger buildings secondary hot water circulation and heating pipes must be insulated to prevent overheating in corridors where pipes are often located as this greatly improves the efficient of the system especially where the hot water heating boiler may not be as efficient as the space heating boiler.

Rule of thumb - the bigger the pipe diameter the thicker the insulation should be.

Example pipe heat loss calculations

22mm copper pipe are; no insulation=61 watts/ meter, 9mm insulation=11.3w/m, 13mm insulation=8.3w/m. So if you had 10 meters of flow and return pipes in a garage or roof space, you would be giving over 600 watts of heating to your garage/ loft of wasted energy.

Frost Protection - Winter usage of pipe insulation is to protect pipes against frost damage.

 

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Climaflex Pipe Insulation Foam Pipe Lagging - 15mm x 9mm Metre Length - Armstrong Cheshire

10 Meter Length pieces of 15mm pipe insulation.

Insulation thickness 9mm

Genuine New Climaflex Branded closed-cell Polyethylene Pipe Insulation for pipes.

Slit down one side for ease of putting on, highly flexible, dust free, easy install

Non absorbent by water - ok for outdoor usage 

Thermal conductivity of 0.034 W/Mk of 0 dec C

Temperature range -45 to 105 degrees centigrade

Normal Density - 30kg/ cubic meter

Physiologically Neutral - does not rot

WHY USE PIPE INSULATION? 

Energy Conservation - Pipe insulation is very important for keeping heat in the pipes and ensuring that it is conveyed to its destination without excessive heat loss. Pipes may run through cold spaces such as garages and roof voids where you don't want heat loss into these spaces as this will make the heating system less efficient. There is also good reason to insulate heating pipes running through heated spaces to prevent overheating of rooms within properties. This way heat is delivered directly to the radiators with thermostatic controls in habitable rooms without excessive losses in circulation areas. In larger buildings secondary hot water circulation and heating pipes must be insulated to prevent overheating in corridors where pipes are often located as this greatly improves the efficient of the system especially where the hot water heating boiler may not be as efficient as the space heating boiler.

Rule of thumb - the bigger the pipe diameter the thicker the insulation should be.

Example pipe heat loss calculations

22mm copper pipe are; no insulation=61 watts/ meter, 9mm insulation=11.3w/m, 13mm insulation=8.3w/m. So if you had 10 meters of flow and return pipes in a garage or roof space, you would be giving over 600 watts of heating to your garage/ loft of wasted energy.

Frost Protection - Winter usage of pipe insulation is to protect pipes against frost damage.

 

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Climaflex Pipe Insulation Foam Pipe Lagging - 15mm x 9mm Metre Length Pack Sizes (10)

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10 Meter Length pieces of 15mm pipe insulation.

Insulation thickness 9mm

Genuine New Climaflex Branded closed-cell Polyethylene Pipe Insulation for pipes.

Slit down one side for ease of putting on, highly flexible, dust free, easy install

Non absorbent by water - ok for outdoor usage 

Thermal conductivity of 0.034 W/Mk of 0 dec C

Temperature range -45 to 105 degrees centigrade

Normal Density - 30kg/ cubic meter

Physiologically Neutral - does not rot

WHY USE PIPE INSULATION? 

Energy Conservation - Pipe insulation is very important for keeping heat in the pipes and ensuring that it is conveyed to its destination without excessive heat loss. Pipes may run through cold spaces such as garages and roof voids where you don't want heat loss into these spaces as this will make the heating system less efficient. There is also good reason to insulate heating pipes running through heated spaces to prevent overheating of rooms within properties. This way heat is delivered directly to the radiators with thermostatic controls in habitable rooms without excessive losses in circulation areas. In larger buildings secondary hot water circulation and heating pipes must be insulated to prevent overheating in corridors where pipes are often located as this greatly improves the efficient of the system especially where the hot water heating boiler may not be as efficient as the space heating boiler.

Rule of thumb - the bigger the pipe diameter the thicker the insulation should be.

Example pipe heat loss calculations

22mm copper pipe are; no insulation=61 watts/ meter, 9mm insulation=11.3w/m, 13mm insulation=8.3w/m. So if you had 10 meters of flow and return pipes in a garage or roof space, you would be giving over 600 watts of heating to your garage/ loft of wasted energy.

Frost Protection - Winter usage of pipe insulation is to protect pipes against frost damage.

 

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