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How to evaluate and repair damaged insulation Adequate insulation is critical to controlling process temperature and protecting workers, as well as saving energy. The Industrial Insulation Group's (II..

How to evaluate and repair damaged insulation Adequate insulation is critical to controlling process temperature and protecting workers, as well as saving energy. The Industrial Insulation Group's (IIG's) technical bulletin offers guidelines for inspecting pipe and equipment insulation to determine if it can be used, repaired or replaced. It aims to help maintenance managers and engineers in refineries and petrochemical plants shut down or damaged by recent hurricanes and floods. The bulletin tells what to check for and what to do to ensure insulation is still functional. It is available at www.iig-llc.com, along with information about IIG's full range of high-temperature industrial insula

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