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Reactors Insulation Materials

As compared to easily affordable but substandard insulation products that are readily available in the market these days, we design and bring forth a range of top quality insulation products under this category in the form of our Reactors Insulation Materials. Different factors like flammability, environmental impact, price, design preciseness, etc., are kept in mind while making these products that ensures each product minimizes heat transfer or retard the flow of heat in an eco friendly manner and as effectively as desired. Plus, our selection of Reactors Insulation Materials offered in different types and at low cost also delivers good abrasion and chemical resistance.


  • Made with an uncompromising attitude towards quality & product safety
  • All insulating materials are made with a right balance of various properties
  • Good temperature & flame resistance characteristic is seen in all the products
  • Can be designed in tailor made specifications
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Core Foot Insulation

Core Foot Insulation is a base mounted assembly which possesses resistance against over heat and over current situations. It is manufactured using premium quality FRP material under the guidance of adroit professionals. This insulating assembly can be availed in different sizes and surface textures as required by the customer. It is installed in oil filled, high voltage, and distribution transformers for increasing its shelf life and preventing components from current fluctuations.

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Reactor Side Beam Insulation

Reactor Side Beam Insulation is mainly applied to the inside part of the system for providing high wear and corrosion resistance to the structure. Reactor is required for generating energy and is comprised of fuel channel feeder pipes, circulation pump, suction & distribution header, separator drum, and refueling machine. This insulation is also required to absorb vibrations & noise generated by the reactor to absorb heat to prevent failure.

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Reactor Clamp Insulation

Reactor Clamp Insulation is required to provide extra strength to fastening assemblies which ensures firmness of the complete system. It also prevents unwanted current from being transferred to the clamps thus resulting in corrosion and damage. This insulating assembly is manufactured using rich grade fiber reinforced plastic with the application of modern technology, under the vigilance of highly skilled professionals. It can easily be applied without much disturbing the other assemblies.

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Bolster Plate Insulation

Bolster Plate Insulation is designed as a sheet of desired thickness for providing resistance against electricity. This plate is used for resting the bottom part of a die and is generally made of high quality alloy metal having rust proof coating over it. The insulation also consists of holes for the application of fasteners to assure its firmness and efficiency. It is widely used in automotive, metal processing, and casting industries.

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Side Limb Short Insulation

Side Limb Short Insulation is used in electricity distribution transformers from preventing components from being harmed due to over current and voltage situations. It is available in different sizes and surface textures having different properties. This insulation is mainly designed to be applied to the side walls of the structure. It can be constructed either using high quality pressboard or glass fiber material. This insulating assembly is completely suitable for high fluctuations and oil filled transformers.

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Upper Cross Beam Insulation

Upper Cross Beam Insulation is mainly required for preventing faulty current from being running into the structure. It is applied between the iron and other alloy beams that are installed for providing support to the building structure. This insulation is manufactured using premium quality thermoplastic or FRP material to assure complete customer satisfaction. It also provides extra strength and increases the shelf life of the architecture.