Mechanical Insulation2021-01-14T22:20:36+00:00

Mechanical Insulation

We offer all services of Mechanical Insulation within the light industrial and commercial industry no matter the size of the project.

We provide solutions for all means of mechanical insulation within the light industrial and commercial industries, no matter the size of the project. Whether the job is inside or outdoors, our team has the knowledge and experience to work through any obstacles to provide our customers with a high quality service.

Featured projects include:

  • Rogers Place

  • Epcor Waste Water Treatment Plants

  • Suncor Fort Hills

  • U of A Chemical Materials Engineering Bldg

  • Mazankowski Heart Institute

Core Products & Manufacturers

  • Fiberglass Insulation

  • Mineral Wool Insulation

  • Calcium Silicate Insulation

  • Elastomeric Foam Insulation

  • Aluminum Cladding

  • Canvas Jacketing

  • Polyvinylchloride (PVC) Jacketing

  • John Mannsville

  • Knauf

  • Roxul

  • 3M

  • Ideal

  • KFlex


  • Mechanical Insulation

  • Thermal

  • Acoustic

  • Ventilation

  • Refrigeration

Certifications & Associations

  • Members of TIAA

  • Members of Local 110

Mechanical Insulation FAQ

Find answers to the most common questions we get about our mechanical insulation services.

Why Do I Need Mechanical Insulation?2020-12-25T19:10:28+00:00

Mechanical systems consume large amounts of energy to heat or cool elements, such as air and water. These are then distributed throughout the building to provide heating or cooling. During the process of getting from point A to Point B an un-insulated system can see substantial temperature/energy loss. This can result large expenditures for a business. Mechanical Insulation can reduce these energy losses and greatly reduce long term costs for the customer. Additionally, they provide acoustic dampening properties which can reduce noise pollution created through the mechanical systems.

Can Insulation Help Control Condensation?2021-01-08T18:05:32+00:00

Yes. When piping and equipment run at temperatures lower than the ambient air, moisture in the air will condense, or freeze, on or within the insulation surface. Unless the system is protected by sufficient thickness and adequate vapor barriers the insulation can become wet leading to corrosion and insulation ineffectiveness.

How Do You Determine The Right Protective Covering And Finish?2021-01-08T18:15:36+00:00

The efficiency and service of insulation is directly dependent upon its protection from moisture entry and mechanical and chemical damage. Choices of jacketing and finish materials are based upon the mechanical, chemical, thermal, and moisture conditions of the installation, as well as cost and appearance requirements. Protective coverings are divided into six functional types:

• Weather Barriers
• Vapor Barriers
• Mechanical Abuse Coverings
• Corrosion and Fire-Resistant Coverings
• Appearance Coverings and Finishes
• Hygienic Coverings

Mechanical Insulation Edmonton + Calgary