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What can Thermal Insulation Blankets be used for?

Lagging (Thermal Insulation Blankets) can be used in many different applications and on a variety of machines. We have had customers request Lagging for sound suppression and most commonly heat protection, boat engines, paint-tank trucks, filter socks and many more!

The Paint Tank Job

This cover was designed to prevent heat from drying the paint in the tank. The heat from the sun and a diesel-powered generator were causing the paint within the tank to dry. This was creating major headaches for line-marking crews. As can be seen from the photos, Advance Global tailor-made a custom insulation blanket to solve this issue.

The Filter Sock Job

In the mining industry, it is a requirement that all glass and plastic bowls on fuel systems be replaced or covered. In this instance, the bowl could not be replaced, so, Advance Global again tailor-made a cover to provide a solution.

The Boat Engine

Our Team recently partnered up with our Tasmanian Distributor – Northern Mufflers to apply Thermal Insulation Blankets to a ship in Bridport.

While ships aren’t our usual Lagging customer, our non-absorbent exhaust Lagging was originally designed with the marine application in mind. The non-porous outside layers prevent moisture from being absorbed into the insulation. This is necessary for the wet engine room environment.

The reflective aluminium-coated hot-face layer helps to direct heat back into the exhaust so it escapes out the stack rather than being emitted into the engine room. You never want to have a fire on a boat. Whilst there is a lot of water around, it doesn’t help put it out and have nowhere to escape!


Why do Marine vessels such as boats and submarines need thermal exhaust insulation?
As specified by AMSA (Australian Maritime Safety Authority) in the NSCV (National Standard for Commercial Vessels), all domestic commercial vessels in Australian waters are to keep hot emissions and exhaust pipes insulated to below 160Β° C.

Where can I get marine-certified thermal insulation?
MineBase has a willing team of specialists who will assist right through the process of insulating all hot exhaust and emissions pipework from start to finish. Our team will measure, quote, manufacture and install your thermal insulation to NSCV specifications with an average lead time of 6 business days from measurement to installation on Australian Maritime vessels.

How do I test that the thermal insulation meets NSCV Standards?
Our team offer thermal imaging and reporting of all insulation types. We will highlight any section of your exhaust system that reads higher than 160Β° C within our reporting and suggest the most efficient solution.

Read more about our Thermal Insulation Blankets.