Insulation is an Investment and an Asset

At many industrial and mechanical facilities, insulation is often considered an expense, rather than an investment that can add lasting value. What many people do not account for is that a properly designed and installed insulation system is an asset that ultimately pays for itself and may even provide a return on investment (ROI). Numerous studies have found that the payback period is often between 6 months and 2 years; and, in some extreme cases, this period can be as short as 2 to 3 months.

This article explains how programs like NAIMA’s updated 3E Plus® insulation thickness calculator can forecast ROI based on several principles. Read the full article here.