Yes, the terms “vacuum insulated” and “vacuum jacketed” are used interchangeably.
Yes, advanced vacuum insulation can be designed for medical and surgical applications such as thermal ablation therapies. Manufactured from stainless steel, Insulon parts are easily sterilized.
It is possible for components to be welded onto Insulon parts, depending on the application. If your application requires a flange or mounting bracket, let us know and we can … Read more
Yes, Insulon parts can be manufactured to be DFARS compliant.
When designing Insulon parts, our engineers carefully consider the longevity requirements of your application including duration of use, thermal cycling, exposure to thermal shock, and performance requirements. We focus on life … Read more
Insulon vacuum insulated products are manufactured in both standard and custom form factors. Shop standard products online at at conceptgroupllc.com/shop. Custom projects are considered on a case-by-case basis. Custom configurations … Read more
Yes, advanced vacuum insulation can be engineered to meet food-grade insulation requirements including food-grade pipe insulation. Some of the benefits of advanced vacuum insulation for food-grade applications include non-fibrous materials, easy-to-clean surfaces, … Read more
Our engineers custom design Insulon vacuum insulation to excel in individual applications according to the parameters of each unique system. This means that the thermal resistance, or R-value, varies with … Read more
Insulon vacuum insulation is manufactured with stainless steel, Inconel, and other alloys. Materials are selected according to the requirements of each application and can be selected to fulfill applicable standards … Read more
R-values are used to measure an insulation material’s thermal resistance. Insulation materials with higher R-values can reduce heat transfer more effectively. U-values are used to measure thermal transmittance. Insulation systems with lower … Read more