ArmaFix® EcoLight Made by Armacell: Insulation Pipe Support with Environmentally-friendly PET Core
Pipe support brackets can mean trouble for pipe insulation systems, but fortunately, ArmaFix® EcoLight is here to fix that. The load-bearing core of ArmaFix Ecolight protects insulation from being crushed or damaged. On top of it all, ArmaFix Ecolight is made with a 100% recycled PET core, meaning it is environmentally friendly. Read how this new self-sealing and easy-to-install system is helping Armacell to prevent thermal bridging and other common problems associated with crushed insulation.
Tired of Not Being Able to Play on Wet Fields?
ArmaSport Turf-underlayment Pad now comes with innovations built to get you back on the field faster after rain. Find out how ridges and perforated holes facilitate water drainage through the pad and return turf fields to playing condition in no time.
Synthetic Turf Council to Draft Shock Pad Guidelines
The Synthetic Turf Council is taking action to increase player safety on synthetic turf fields. Recent statistics reveal the pervasiveness of concussions abroad among athletes, and many of these concussions are caused by head-to-ground impacts. In some ways, the choice of turf has become as important a safety issue as the choice of a helmet. That’s why the STC is committed to drafting guidelines regarding the use of shock pads to elevate player safety on turf fields. ArmaSport® Turf-Underlayment can help reach industry safety standards.
Armacell Chosen for Tocumen Airport Expansion
The Armaflex Qualified Installer Program is perfect for training a large workforce on a huge project. When Integ was awarded a contract to install piping at Tocumen International Airport in Panama City, Integ took advantage of Armacell’s training and support that they needed to install AP Armaflex®. Check out the job story behind Tocumen’s expansion, and how Armacell is helping to position Tocumen as the most important airport in Central America.
Insulation Insights Series: Preventing Rain Indoors
Check out our first in a series of explainer videos directed to mechanical engineers and insulation contractors. Video #1 tackles condensation control on below ambient piping. You may have had the experience where chilled water or refrigeration lines sweat and then it’s basically raining indoors. Watch the video and learn how the proper type and thickness of insulation can solve this common problem.