FOAMGLAS® ONE INSULATION SYSTEMS FOR INDUSTRIAL AND COMMERCIAL APPLICATIONS
Pittsburgh Corning insulation systems provide solutions for a wide range of piping and equipment applications at operating temperatures from -450ºF to 900ºF.
- Cryogenic systems
- Low temperature pipe, equipment, tanks and vessels
- Medium and high temperature pipes and equipment
- Hot oil and hot asphalt storage tanks
- Heat transfer fluid systems
- Hydrocarbon processing systems
- Chemical processing systems
- Above ground and underground steam and chilled water piping
- Commercial piping and ductwork
CONSTANT INSULATING EFFICIENCY
FOAMGLAS® ONE insulation has a homogeneous, closed cell glass structure that resists moisture in both liquid and vapor forms and results in long term, constant insulating efficiency.
FOAMGLAS® ONE insulation is 100% glass and contains no binders or fillers – it cannot burn. It will not absorb flammable liquids or vapors. If a facility fire occurs, FOAMGLAS® ONE™ insulation can help protect people and equipment by aiding in the containment or suppression of the flames.
FOAMGLAS® ONE insulation is unaffected by common chemicals and by most corrosive atmospheres. It does not promote metal corrosion and its moisture resistance will help keep water from reaching equipment and piping.
LONG TERM DIMENSIONAL STABILITY
FOAMGLAS® ONE insulation is not affected by temperature differentials and humidity. It will not swell, warp, shrink or otherwise distort. The integrity of the insulation remains intact even at the extremes of cryogenic service.
FOAMGLAS® ONE insulation is resistant to vermin, as well as microbes and mold.
HIGH COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH
FOAMGLAS® ONE insulation can withstand loads which crush most other insulating materials. In a properly designed piping system, it eliminates the need for special treatment at pipe cradles. It provides a fire base for roof membranes, jacketing or vapor retarders, and can prolong their life.
ECOLOGICALLY FRIENDLY, SUSTAINABLE
FOAMGLAS® ONE insulation is free of CFC’s and HCFC’s and has been formally recognized as an ecologically friendly, sustainable construction material.