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1/2" Pipe Insulation

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$3.39 - $4.99
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SAVES ENERGY, STOPS BURNS AND REDUCES HEAT.

Pipe insulation helps keep the heat in pipes which makes your boiler run more efficiently. It also reduces heat in your store during the hot summer months and eliminates burns from hot pipes. The pipe installation installs in minutes. Simply remove the adhesive backing and apply. Adhesive strips are included to seal ends together. Available in a variety of sizes and all pipes are 3 feet long. Sold in quantities of 20, 21, 28, 29, 40 and 56 as indicated.

Features

  • Save energy
  • Eliminate frequent burns from hot pipes
  • Reduce in store heat
  • Available in a variety of sizes

Product Specifications

Brand: Owens Corning
Units: Each
Size / Dimension: 3' L x 1" W x 1/2" H
Material: Fiberglass w/Paper Cover
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What is the outside diameter of the 1" and 1.25" pipe insulation? Catalog says the insulation is 1". Is that all around for a total of 2" of insulation, or 1/2'' all around for a total of 1" of insulation?
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The total outside diameter of the 1" pipe insulation would be 3.135" and 3.9" for the 1.25" pipe insulation. You would have a 1" thickness of insulation on either side of the opening.
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Why is my pipe insulation brown instead of yellow?
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The color is due to a new technology in the binder that produces a brown insulation. This new binder is based on rapidly renewable materials, and is free from formaldehyde, phenols, acrylics, artificial colors, bleaches or dyes.
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Do you carry pipe insulation for copper pipes?
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No, Our insulation is fiberglass and fiberglass is not recommended with copper pipes, due to the condensation. Would need to find cold water polyethylene insulation or a vapor wick.
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Can we use the Pipe Insulation you carry if we have condensate on the outside of our pipes?
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No, the pipe insulation we carry is meant for use on steam pipes that will have almost no condensation on them. The condensation would have a negative effect on the fiberglass and outer wrapper of the insulation. This should not be used on water pipes.
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If ordering the pipe insulation, I realize that I need the inside pipe diameter. What do I do if I don’t know what the outside or inside pipe diameter is?
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Most people if unable to get the inside or outside pipe diameter are still able to get the circumference of the pipe- that is the distance around the pipe. If you measure the circumference in inches and divide that by Pi (3.1416), that total will give you the outside diameter of the pipe. Then, match that number by the number in the chart under the outside pipe diameter column. For instance, if you measure the circumference of the pipe and get a measurement of 3.25, divide that by 3.1416 the total would be 1.034”, which matches up closely to the figure located next to the ¾” pipe insulation.
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How do I know which size pipe insulation will fit my pipe?
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The galvanized pipes used in most dry cleaning facilities is sized using the measurements of the inside pipe diameter. If you are unsure of what size your pipes are, you can measure the outside diameter of the pipe. Typically there is about a ¼” difference between the inside and the outside diameters. For example, if you have a pipe with a 1” outside pipe diameter- than the inside pipe diameter is ¾” of an inch- and thus a ¾” pipe.
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Does the pipe insulation come with “butt strips”?
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The pipe insulation has adhesive tape running through the middle of the 3-foot sections to seal the insulation closed once it’s on the pipes. It also comes with butt stripes, which are pieces of tape that will allow the 3-foot sections to be secured together.
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What’s the thickness of the pipe insulation?
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The pipe insulation is 1” thick. Each piece is 3 feet in length.
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What is the R value of your pipe insulation?
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The K value is .23, so the r value is 1/.23 which is 4.3 per 1” pipe insulation. Thus the 1.5” = 6.45, the 2” = 8.6, etc.…
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What is the K value of your pipe insulation?
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With an average temperature of 75 degrees, it is .23.
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