Definition of Lagging
Lagging is the use of material for providing heat insulation and diffusion for water tanks, pipes, etc.
- It prevents or reduces damage to equipment from exposure to fire or corrosive atmosphere. Lagging also helps to provide fire protection.
- Lagging keeps heat in areas it needs to stay. In the example of exhaust pipes, lagging keeps the heat in the exhausts which prevents heat escaping into confined areas and promotes performance. Properly designed and fitted lagged systems instantly reduce the need for energy lowering running costs and keeping that hard earned dollar in your pocket.
- Noise reduction -whether it is standard insulation or acoustic insulation, lagging can be used to encase or enclose a noisy generated source which forms a sound barrier between the source and areas surrounding by absorbing noise and vibration.
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Applications for Lagging
- Cladding of vessels
- Processing Plants
- Acoustic Noise Barriers
- Thermal Insulation
- Duct Lagging
- Marine Engine Rooms & Exhaust Systems
- Rewettable Cloth Lagging
- Rope Lagging