What we use

Insulation

Thermal Logic design, supply, install, maintain and replace insulation for use in a commercial and industrial environment. We have the experience and knowledge to provide all your insulation needs whatever its purpose:

  • Thermal insulation
  • Cryogenic insulation
  • Acoustic insulation
  • Fire protection insulation
  • Ducting insulation
  • Process pipework insulation
  • Storage tank and vessel insulation

Our policy is to use the best materials to ensure you:

  • Save energy
  • Save money
  • Reduce your CO2 emissions
  • Reduce noise
  • Reduce the risk of freezing
  • Reduce the risk of fire
  • Protect your personnel
  • Protect your facilities

Coverings

Thermal Logic works with many coverings and insulation materials. An outline of a few of the more popular ones can be seen below.

Plysolene PIB
Plysolene PIB is the ideal waterproofing membrane for pipework and ventilation ductwork. Developed over 30 years ago, Plysolene PIB has outstanding properties over a wide temperature range ( -30°C to 100°C) hence it is used globally in oil refineries, chemical works and power stations.

Plysolene is the preferred material for many contractors because it is easy to use, demanding joints and difficult shapes are simply cut and welded on site. Plysolene PIB is produced from high molecular weight polyisobutylene, modified to achieve optimum properties

  • It will not harden
  • Virtually non-ageing
  • Ozone resistant
  • UV resistant

Plysolene PIB amalgamates under pressure hence rolls are supplied either chalked or paper interleaved. The standard colour is Black in a range of thicknesses from 0.5mm to 1.2mm.

VentureClad Plus 1579CW
VentureClad Plus 1579CW is a patented, zero permeability, absolute weather and vapour barrier for insulation cladding and jacketing applications.

A 13 ply, self-adhesive material is as tough as metal jacketing materials but installs quickly and easily and no special tools are required.

Metals

Thermal Logic works with many coverings and insulation materials. An outline of a few of the more popular ones can be seen below.

Aluminium
Aluminium is the third most abundant element in the earth’s crust. It is ductile, non-magnetic and an excellent conductor of heat and electricity. Furthermore, Aluminium and its alloys are highly resistant to corrosion.

When exposed to air the metal develops a thin film of Aluminium Oxide (Al203) almost immediately. This film is colourless, tough and non-flaking; few chemicals can dissolve it. Aluminium is an excellent reflector of all forms of radiated energy. It reflects about 90% of radiated heat – making it ideal for keeping heat in or heat out.

Aluzinc
Aluzinc is a mild steel sheet continuously hot dipped with an Aluminium / Zinc coating (approx. 55% Aluminum 43.4% Zinc) coating weight – 185 grammes per square metre.

It has excellent corrosion resistance properties – at least six times that of galvanised sheet (An Aluzinc sheet has withstood 12 years of constant salt spray testing at Dungeness Power Station without red rust corrosion at any corner edge of face)

Stainless Steel
Stainless Steel is produced in many types and forms – ferritic, martensitic and austenitic. The austenitic class offers the most resistance to corrosion in the stainless group, owing to its substantial nickel and chromium content.

Austenitic stainless steels are hardened and strengthened through cold working (changing the structure and shape of steel by applying stress at low temperature) instead of using heat treatment.

The two most common grades are type 304 (the most widely specified stainless steel, providing corrosion resistance in numerous standard services) and type 316 (similar to 304 with molybdenum added to increase opposition to various forms of deterioration).