Pipe Insulation

 

AP Armaflex, the world’s most recognized brand of closed-cell foam insulation, provides superior protection against thermal losses, condensation and moisture accumulation that leads to mold. It is the ideal choice for insulating mechanical piping systems. Armaflex offers sizes ranging from 1/2" to 10" IDs for ease of installation on all pipe sizes.

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m/y Azteca

Above is M/Y Azteca's chiller room before being re-insulated. Old/ripped insulation or un-insulated will cause heavy condensation which may result in damaged electronics, standing water, mold, and increased humidity.

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m/y Azteca

Completion of the 72m (240ft) M/Y Azteca's chiller room. For more pictures and information click "Learn More" below.

Sound/Vibration Damping

 

Sound/Vibration damping plays a vital role within a superyachts infrastructure. Without the appropriate material the yacht would simply become a noisy, vibrating chunk of metal. We provide and install all materials to quiet down your vessel from generators, engines, stabilizer, kitchens, etc. 

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Sound Proofing

Soundproofing is placed inside generator panels to quiet down noisy generators. Our soundproofing can also be used in cabins or room to deaden any sound traveling through bulkheads, floors, or anywhere else airborne sound is present. 

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Vibration Damping

Noisy Stabilizer room or kitchen? Well offer many different options to block the vibration or "thud" of a kitchen. 

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Engine room ceiling damping

Engine rooms are typically the noisiest place on a boat. But we offer ceiling/wall panels with a sound damping center to reduce the roar of the engines.

Fireproofing/Thermal Insulation

 

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Fireproofing is an essential part of a boats infrastructure by preventing fire from spreading through rooms and decks. Mineral wool fiber insulations are made from basalt rock and slag. This combination results in a non-combustible product with a melting point of approximately 2150º F (1177ºC), which gives it excellent fire endurance properties.

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m/y mysorah

Fireproofing is back in the hull structure, bulkheads, ceilings, and walls to prevent the spread of a fire.

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M/y mysorah

There are many types of material used for fire/thermal insulation. One of the most common is mineral wool. We use all type depending on the requirement of each job.

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m/y montrevel

Mylar face fiberglass fireproofing on M/Y Montrevel.