What it is made up from:
Description and Applications:
The In-Line Hood and the Riser Hood, are very similar in that they both have three sides that are sealed, and one side on the bottom that is open. The difference between the two is the way the straps are attached. The similarities is that it is essentially a bag to go over a vertical object, and a means to attach it with the use of the straps.
- Flap is designed to insulate a vertical object and then have the insulation wrap around the pipe it is sitting on.
- Straps facilitate the wrapping of the insulation around the pipe.
- Minimum of two straps attached to what is essentially a bag.
- Part Number starts with the preface: “ILH”. Example a 1’ x 1’ Inline hood part number is: ILH1201, whereas the tan product has the part # CTILH1201, which is the also 1’ x 1’.
- Designed to insulate a vertical object
- Singular strap goes around the bottom of the item being insulated.
- This is especially useful if the item is on a flat surface, or is not placed on an existing pipe.
- Part Number starts with the preface: “RH”. Example a 1’ x 1’ riser hood part number is: RH1201, whereas the tan product has the part # CTRH1201, which is the also 1’ x 1’.
These products start at a external width of 12” and a length of 12”, but we can make any combination of size up to 96” wide and 20’ long. Stock sizes are available from 4 ft to 12 ft circumference and 2ft to 8 ft in height.
Applications for the RISER HOOD and the IN-LINE HOOD.
Basically, the imagination is the limit. They are being used for:
- Presco/Argus switches
- Propane Tanks – 20 lb,
- Gate valves,
- barrels, small and large,
- Propane tanks 100 LB,
- Many other applications
The Part numbers for Riser hood has a pre-fix of RH
The Part numbers for the In-Line Hood has a pre-fix of ILH