External Duct Work Insulation

At Aptiva we are specialists in external ductwork insulation and we have a lot of experience in supplying and installing insulation to high and low-temperature pipework and air conditioning & ventilation ductwork. Whatever the specification and location of the service all of our products & finishes are installed with a high level of competency and in accordance with our clients own specifications and requirements. The insulation helps to prevent the potential for water vapour to condense onto the pipe surface. Moisture is known to contribute to many different types of corrosion, preventing this is quite important to ensure your ductwork continues to work to full effect.

The insulation since water pipes can be located outside or in unheated areas where the ambient temperature may be below the freezing point of water. When water freezes inside of a pipe it will expand and can cause failure in a system. Insulation can also be used to help save energy. Although heat loss can’t entirely be stopped it can be slowed down and some great energy savings can be made. Not only are you saving money on energy yourself but you will be saving the environment as well.

External Ductwork Insulation

We provide numerous finishes, depending on the location of the services including, mechanical protection for plant areas and weatherproof finishes where services are located externally. Our client base includes the petrochemical and process pipework industry together with hospitals, shopping centres, hotels and large private dwellings. All of our operatives are fully experienced & trained and our team are committed to ongoing and continued training & progression which ensures our operatives & management team can provide the best possible service.

If you are interested in our external ductwork insulation service please make sure you get in contact with us and our team will be able to tell you more about the service and get you booked in.

Take a look at our gallery to see examples of the work we have done in the past.