Urecon's U.I.P. processed pipe is insulated with rigid polyurethane foam, the
best insulation commercially available on the market today. Founded in 1969,
Urecon has been pre-insulating various types of core pipe with it's void free
U.I.P.® insulation process since 1972. With our system, the pipe is pre-insulated
in our factory and arrives on the job site ready to install.
Urecon's patented insulation process ensures a homogenous, void free layer
of rigid polyurethane foam insulation, bonded directly to the entire pipe surface.
Our insulation system may be applied to virtually any type of pipe on the market
today, from 13mm (1/2") to 600mm (24")+ in diameter, with or without
electric tracing conduit. Millions of meters of Urecon pre-insulated pipe have
been installed for both freeze prevention (often with our THERMOCABLE® electric
tracing system) in cold climates; centrally chilled water piping systems in
temperate and tropical climates; and hot water / low pressure steam piping for
process and district energy. With the proper outer protective jacket, our pipes
may be installed either buried or above ground.
In any extreme climate, Urecon pre-insulated pipe is the system of choice.
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