Dyplast’s Qwik Guides are intended to provide a brief, one-page summary of important technical issues. The objective of this Qwik Guide is to address the temperature range [generally from ambient temperature up to +350°F (176°C)] where Polyisocyanurate and Calcium Silicate may compete.
Dyplast recently released two extensive Technical Bulletins on comparisons between elastomeric and polyisocyanurate insulants in refrigeration and process applications (Technical Bulletins 0520 and 0620, respectively), since there are some differences.
Dyplast is now issuing its latest Technical Bulletin 0620 comparing elastomeric insulation to polyisocyanurate in process applications such as food, beverage, and pharmaceutical. This TB is complementary to Dyplast’s May Technical Bulletin 0520 comparing the same insulants in refrigeration pipe applications. This sister-bulletin was necessary since process applications are different.
Dyplast has just released its latest Technical Bulletin comparing elastomeric insulation with polyisocyanurate insulation in refrigeration pipe applications. This is a rather comprehensive presentation and discussion of facts relevant to the selection of either elastomeric or polyiso in the general temperature range from -40°F to +40°F, yet the conclusions can be extrapolated to other temperature ranges, and process applications such as food & beverage.
Dyplast Products ISO-C1® Polyisocyanurate Rigid Foam for Pipe Insulation in LNG facilities
Numerous energy-sector articles are reporting significantly reduced energy demand caused by the Covid-19 pandemic and the historic fall in oil price. As a result, Financial Investment Decisions (FID) on LNG projects are delaying decisions on dozens of proposed projects.
Dyplast was very pleased to participate in the recently completed Lot 11 Skate Park in Miami. This skatepark was made by converting an old parking lot beneath the I-95 corridor into 45,000 square feet of a vibrant and free place for skateboarders, skaters, and non-motor scooters to practice their tricks.
Dyplast wants to recognize and congratulate employees who have recently earned a promotion, and remind you to subscribe to our newsletters to stay up-to-date with the lastest announcements, technical documents, and more.
Dyplast quiere reconocer y felicitar a los empleados que recientemente obtuvieron una promoción, y recordarle que se suscriba a nuestros boletines informativos para mantenerse actualizado con los últimos anuncios, documentos técnicos y más.
This is the third in Dyplast’s series on energy, and we will next consider the sustainable life cycle (“cradle-to-grave”) of Dyplast’s polyisocyanurate insulation, including the ISO-C1®, ISO-HT®, and ISO-CF® product lines.
In Dyplast’s previous blog, we briefly discussed advanced insulation systems and explained the different sections of the energy value chain. In today’s blog, we will dive deeper into the potential impact insulation can have on energy consumption.
Advanced Insulation Systems are the optimal near-term and dynamic path to energy reduction and life-cycle cost management - with the added benefit of reduction in greenhouse gases and improved sustainability.