TRYMER® insulation has enjoyed a long and successful history in low-temperature applications. For over 40 years it has been used to insulate refrigerated trucks, refrigeration equipment, and piping.
The key to success has been its excellent performance. It has exceptional moisture resistance so it keeps the insulation value over the long-term and it has a high compressive strength to resist physical damage. TRYMER® insulation is a preferred insulation for low-temperature systems because it prevents surface condensation and it minimizes heat gain.
TRYMER® rigid insulation is a modified polyisocyanurate in the original form of bunstock and fabricated into 4′ x 8′ sheets. It is also available in a range of densities and compressive strengths for a variety of applications including pipe and vessel insulation, core materials for structural panels, doors and others requiring dimensionally stable insulating composites within the service temperature range of -297°F to +300°F (-183°C to +149°C)
Common fabrication techniques include sawing, routing, planning and various CNC machining. The resulting fabricated sections are non-dusting and non-irritating and are easily installed.
To read the product data sheet of a particular density of TRYMER®, please click one of the following:
TRYMER 2000 XP
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