Unitherm Insulated Barrel Blankets

UniVest is a Modular Insulation Blanket designed for off the shelf ease on injection barrels, extruders or melt pipes and other types of cylinder applications. The blanket locks in place with Double D Buckles. The Barrel Blanket Is made just like the UniVest but is for orders that need a specific dimension. The Barrel Blanket can be ordered in any size in increments of one inch from 13″ – 44″ circumference and 2″ – 37″ wide.

We are also a distributor for UniVest Modular Insulation Blankets for Heaters, Dies, and Transfer Lines. Insulation Blankets to insulate most Injection Mold and Extrusion Machines. Insulate Transfer lines by using singles, or multiples side by side or insulate Blown Film or Blow Mold dies by strapping the blankets end to end to wrap a larger circumference.

UniVest Modular Insulation Blankets. The Blankets that gives you “Off-The-Shelf” purchasing ease.

Barrel Insulation Blankets

Like our UniVest Modular Insulation Blanket, but can be ordered to the specific size needed.

Insulation blankets custom manufactured to fit your insulating needs. The Barrel Blankets above can be altered with slits, cutouts, or other augmentations. For all other more complex objects CAD 3D is used to virtually design an insulation system for whatever application you have. Offering energy savings (see Payback Incentives) and personnel protection benefits.

Custom Insulation Blankets

UniTherm covers a broad range of temperatures by using Insulation Systems fabricated from both high temperature and low temperature components. UniTherm’s main product is it’s unequaled line of high temperature insulation blankets that will withstand 2000 degrees on the inner hot face. The blankets provides two primary functions.

First, they retain energy by directing the heat back into the injection barrels, extrusion barrels, blow molders die heads and other heated equipment. Typical payback is between 4 to 8 months.

Their secondary function is employee protection from potential burn and/or electrical shock. OSHA requires that all machines with temperatures exceeding 175 degrees, should be covered with some form of protection.

Please contact us directly with any of your questions or requests at (770) 427-3834.