Pipe Insulation Codes and Standards
There are a myriad of standards and codes relating to both insulation and the broader built environment. To help piping insulation contractors, engineers, and facility and plant professionals stay up to date, NAIMA has developed literature detailing pipe insulation codes and standards. Content covers detailed information on the required R-value/thickness of insulation, as well as design, specification, and installation information.
Codes and standards are designed to make products and services safer to buy, safer to install, and safer to use in the industrial setting. Pipe insulation codes and standards help ensure predictable product performance and reduce risk. Following these guidelines also helps optimize product quality and efficiency.
Industry Standards Guides
Please click on a NAIMA publication to download:
- Mineral Fiber Insulation Products for Commercial and Industrial Applications: Codes and Standards for Insulation Used on Pipes – for temperatures from 40°F to 1400° (4°C to 760°C)
- Facts about insulating requirements for plastic piping