There are three reasons to contract a well-designed and properly-installed insulation system: protection, performance, and savings.
Insulation offers many long-term functional benefits as well as a prompt return on investment.
But not all insulation systems are created equal. We offer the best solutions for our clients to help them protect their personnel, their equipment, their systems, and their budget.
Here are just a few of the benefits of a Bonsai insulation system:
When you’re saving energy, you’re saving money. A quality insulation system can provide substantial cost-savings on both energy and maintenance expenses for industrial facilities and commercial buildings.
MOISTURE CONDENSATION PROTECTION
Condensation can lead to costly moisture damage, as well as the growth of mold and mildew. The right insulation system can protect against that. With a sufficient insulation thickness and a good vapor retarder, an insulation system can keep the surface temperatures of piping and equipment above the dew point of the ambient air. This helps prevent condensation and limits corrosion on cold piping, ducts, chillers, and roof drains.
ENHANCED PROCESS PERFORMANCE
Bare process lines and equipment are unsafe and inefficient. A custom-designed and installed insulation system can help maintain process temperatures, improve quality control, enhance operating safety, and increase process efficiency by 95% or more.
REDUCED EMISSIONS OF POLLUTANTS
A Bonsai insulation system can cut energy usage – which can reduce greenhouse gas emissions and improve the performance of pollution control equipment; making it a great choice for both your budget and the environment.
SAFETY AND PROTECTION OF PERSONNEL
Thermal insulation keeps your workers safe by lowering hot surface temperatures and preventing accidental burns.
REDUCED NOISE LEVELS
A quality insulation system can help you meet OSHA requirements and improve your work environment by absorbing sound at its source and reducing noise levels in your facility.
When used in combination with other materials, insulation can help provide fire protection within firetop systems, grease and air ducts, as well as electrical and communication conduits.