PIPELAGGER PRO – This new innovative insulation cutting tool gives you seamless joints, minimises heat loss, gives you a solution to what was once a laborious unattractive job.

  1. PipeLagger Pro – Minimises thermal heat losses for heated systems and thermal heat gains for cooled systems.
  2. Environmentally supports and promotes reducing energy consumptions and lowering carbon emissions as well minimising material wastage.
  3. A fantastic finish and aesthetically pleasing to the eye result.
  4. Used with ease and excitement to what is usually a laborious task.
  5. Raises the benchmark in deploying new standards within the industry.
  6. Asset owners (homeowners) get peace of mind that they will receive the quality finish they deserve.
  7. Goes hand in hand with energy efficient equipment and technologies
  8. Prevents condensation forming and the onset of potential freezing.

HEAT LOSS – Is one of the reasons to implement and work with Pipelagger Pro.

If left uninsulated, heating system pipework can lose a vast amount of heat and energy over its lifespan.

Where pipes operate at below-ambient temperatures, water vapour can condense on the surface. This moisture is known to contribute towards many different types of corrosion therefore preventing the formation of condensation on pipework is a key consideration.

To prevent condensation, the insulation thicknesses used on cold pipes must be sufficient to ensure that the temperature on the surface of the insulation material never falls below the dew point.

When selecting and determining the thickness for low-temperature insulation, it is necessary to bear in mind that over the service life energy losses can increase dramatically because of moisture penetration.

A reliable insulation system must therefore exist to provide protection against inadmissible moisture penetration.

With every % volume increase of moisture content the thermal conductivity increases, and the insulation effect deteriorates. The results are not only higher energy losses but also a drop in the surface temperature. If this falls below the dew-point temperature, condensation occurs. It is only possible to guarantee that the surface temperature remains above the dew point even after many years of operation, if the thermal conductivity of the insulation material does not increase significantly because of moisture penetration.

Follow-up costs can be:

Expense of repairing damage

Wet ceilings

Spoilt goods

Disruptions to production processes

Rise of energy losses due to wet insulation


Enhancements in pipe lagging will simplify what is a laborious and unappealing task and equip plumbers with confidence to enhance homes, drive industry improvements and provide inspiration for others to continue to learn lessons to further improve standards and raise the bar.

Within an increasingly energy efficient driven industry, cost effective, innovative solutions to support government targets, industry standards and customer expectation is essential.