Isogenopak Cladding Contractors
Isogenopak cladding, made from PVC film, offers impressive insulation advantages. It protects pipes from chemicals, moisture, and damage, improving their reliability. Its impermeability maintains insulation performance and prevents mould growth. The lightweight, durable design ensures easy installation and low upkeep costs. Compared to standard materials, its chemical resistance, recyclability, and cost-effectiveness make it an eco and budget-friendly option. As a leading industrial & commercial cladding contractor, Thermal Clad has extensive experience installing Isogenopak cladding.
Expert Isogenopak Insulation Installers
With our extensive industry experience, we are capable of tailoring our services to your specific needs. Our team comprises some of the industry’s top insulation experts who are fully qualified and have the necessary certifications for on-site installations.
Throughout the years, we have maintained strong partnerships with several trusted suppliers across the UK. Our extensive supplier network improves our resource accessibility and operational flexibility, enabling us to handle unforeseen challenges that may impact projects.
At Thermal Clad, we take pride in over 20 years of business, accumulating a wealth of specialist knowledge and being recognised as safe contractors. Our customer-first approach ensures a friendly and efficient service that never disappoints. We are backed by a team of talented installers who specialise in diverse insulation materials for HVAC and commercial pipe and ductwork systems.
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Cut Down Your Energy Expenditure
Thermally insulating the pipework and ductwork within a building can help reduce the energy expenses of the building.
By working with Thermal Clad Ltd to insulate the building services, you'll save money and minimise the amount of energy wastage.
Why choose Thermal Clad?
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Works included insulation to heating, chilled water, domestic services, as well as ductwork, throughout 2no. high-rise tower block buildings
The works included the insulation and cladding of identical units and associated ductwork.
Works included insulation to ductwork in relation to 2no. large kilns and 1no. large drier. This is one of our largest projects to date.
The works included the trace heating, insulation and cladding of pipework systems with the installation of jackets to valves, flanges and instruments at an AD plant facility.
Insulation work here included grey Velcro insulation mats to valves and flanges as a better alternative to aluminium clad boxes.
We installed electrical trace heating for frost protection on numerous surge vessels on site to upgrade the water supply system.
Thermal Clad installed insulation and cladding of a new steam distribution system at Oxoid, a part of Thermo Fisher Scientific.
We completed the installation of pipework and vessels to clear up sewage before putting water back into the river.
Entering into the renewable energy space, we installed an ESP (Electrostatic Precipitator) unit.
The UK's Leading Insulation Experts
Over the last two decades, we have helped many commercial and industrial businesses with their pipe and ductwork insulation. No matter how complex your system is, we guarantee that we have the expertise needed to insulate it.
But you don't have to take our word for it; read what our happy clients have had to say about our fantastic insulation services.
Our goal at Thermal Clad is to not only provide our customers with the finest service possible but also to keep them informed about new products and industry trends.
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