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Responsibilities

Typical Pipe Insulator responsibilities to be added to your resume.

  • Select appropriate insulation, such as fiberglass, Styrofoam, or cork, based on the heat retaining or excluding characteristics of the material.

  • Install sheet metal around insulated pipes with screws to protect the insulation from weather conditions or physical damage.

  • Determine the amounts and types of insulation needed, and methods of installation, based on factors such as location, surface shape, and equipment use.

  • Cover, seal, or finish insulated surfaces or access holes with plastic covers, canvas strips, sealants, tape, cement, or asphalt mastic.

  • Fit insulation around obstructions, and shape insulating materials and protective coverings as required.

  • Read blueprints and specifications to determine job requirements.

  • Measure and cut insulation for covering surfaces, using tape measures, handsaws, knives, and scissors.

  • Fill blower hoppers with insulating materials.

  • Move controls, buttons, or levers to start blowers, and to regulate flow of materials through nozzles.

  • Remove or seal off old asbestos insulation, following safety procedures.

  • Prepare surfaces for insulation application by brushing or spreading on adhesives, cement, or asphalt, or by attaching metal pins to surfaces.

  • Distribute insulating materials evenly into small spaces within floors, ceilings, or walls, using blowers and hose attachments or cement mortar.

  • Apply, remove, and repair insulation on industrial equipment, pipes, ductwork, or other mechanical systems such as heat exchangers, tanks, and vessels, to help control noise and maintain temperatures.

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