Advanced Technical Insulation Solutions
Oil leakage hitting hot spots on engines is the most common cause of engine room fires on board ships.
According to statistics, more than 60% of all engine room fires have been initiated by a hot spot. Most lubrication, hydraulic and fuel oil have an auto ignition point above 250 deg C. If a liquid hits a surface hotter than its auto ignition temperature, the liquid may ignite spontaneously.
Our Principals Messrs Adiabatix Oy offer a wide variety of thermal management & advanced insulation solutions for all kinds of ships. The company is based in Vaasa, Finland and has been operating since year 2000, developing and manufacturing heat shields for the shipping, offshore, nuclear & power industries.
By conducting an onsite survey, and using thermal imaging technology, Adiabatix’s specialized staff is able to identify and evaluate problems in the heat insulation of ship engines, exhaust manifolds, turbochargers, exhaust pipes & ducts, report findings and give recommendations to the owners/managers for corrective actions to be undertaken.
• Wärtsilä (marine-power-offshore)
|• Fortum||• Wilhelmsen Shipping|
|• Caterpillar/MaK(marine)||• Silja Line||• Royal Caribbean|
|• Forsmark Kraftgrupp (Nuclear)||• RCCL||• Statoil|
|• UPM||• Viking Line||• PGS|
|• Columbia Cruise Services||• Carnival Cruise Lines||• PetroBras|
|• Andritz||• Celestyal Cruises||• Transocean|
Adiabatix's technical insulation is designed for demanding applications such as ship engines, exhaust manifolds, and turbos.
Adiabatix Oy (established 2000) is specialized in technical insulation. With our modern production technique (3D-CAD/CAM) we design and manufacture high quality, easy-to-use and durable insulation products for our customers.
We meet the demanding requirements of our customers with easily installed and simple insulation modules. Safety is secured with the products of Adiabatix in demanding circumstances. Our insulation module systems are used in marine, power, nuclear, and oil and gas industries around the world.