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HVAC (Heating, Ventilation and Air-Conditioning)

The main objective of HVAC installations is to provide comfort (thermal, acoustic and ventilation comfort) for occupants of commercial dwellings, working spaces and residential  buildings. Comfort, in this sense comprises of temperature control, satisfactory indoor air quality and adequate noise levels. This can be particularly important in the design of medium to large commercial and office buildings where these parameters have to be carefully controlled. Our range of HVAC products will work to provide the most efficient insulation solutions for pipework and ductwork, ensuring the building environment is thermally protected, has minimal noise disruption from equipment noise and is fire safe.


Why insulate pipe and ductwork?

There are several reasons for applying insulation to pipework and ductwork, whether it is to save energy through reducing heat loss, temperature control, acoustics or personnel protection. 

Hot surfaces

• Fuel conservation - To reduce heat loss from pipework and ductwork. All hot pipework will normally need insulating. Operating temperatures are typically 60°C for domestic and non-domestic applications. Ductwork typically requires insulation at operating temperatures above 0°C.
• Temperature control - To prevent temperatures falling below a certain pre-determined level and in turn conserving energy.
• Personnel protection - To prevent injuries to operators such as burns during the normal course of their duties, in locations where they could come into contact with surfaces exceeding 50°C.

Cold surfaces

• Reduce the rate of heat gain.
• Prevent surface condensation - If pipework and ductwork are not adequately insulated then condensation can form on the surface, this could lead to equipment damage such as corrosion.
Against frost, Insulation can help delay or avoid freezing* if designed and installed correctly.
*With additional trace heating.


The Benefits

At ISOVER, we focus on the unique thermal, acoustic and fire protection demands of the technical insulation market. Whether it’s a school, hospital, factory, office or home, our range products will provide the most efficient insulation solutions for pipe and ductwork, ensuring the building environment is thermally protected, has minimal noise disruption and is fire safe.
  • Excellent Thermal Performance
  • Easy and Quick to Install
  • Euroclass A Fire Rating
  • Durable with Consistent Density and Thickness
  • Excellent Acoustic Performance
  • High quality Mineral Wool
  • Recycled Natural Materials

Building Regulations & ISOVER Certification

ISOVER guarantees high quality, certified systems for the protection and future-proofing of building, providing certified solutions for HVAC applications. ISOVER HVAC product range complies with the BS 5422:2009 which specifies methods for thermal insulating materials for pipes, tanks, vessels and ductwork. 

All ISOVER products are fully CE Marked assuring you and your customer, consistent product quality and performance. The letters “CE” are the abbreviation of French phrase “Conformité Européene” which literally means “European Conformity.” CE marking is a manufacturer’s declaration that the product complies with the essential requirements of the relevant European health, safety and environmental protection legislation, regarding  their products safety and performance. The legislation also means all CE marked products
are made with tight manufacturing parameters to guarantee performance within their specific application.

We hold a Quality Management Standard BS EN ISO 9001: 2008 for manufacturing. All products are manufactured in accordance with the CE marking requirements
under the Construction Products Regulation, and to product standard: BS EN 13162: 2008 and BS EN 13172 Evaluation of Conformity. Our commitment to the environment: ISOVER is an ISO 14001:2004 (Environmental Management System) accredited manufacturing facility. This accreditation ensures that all products are manufactured to the stringent standards set out by this management system.

HVAC Downloads

ISOVER HVAC Guide 2018
ISOVER HVAC Installation Guide 2019