A boiler is an instrument where fluid like water is heated to a temperature of as high as 200°F or even more. The boiler is connected with two pipes, one that brings in the fluid and the other one transport the heated fluid to its destination. The transition phase that takes place from taking the fluid to its destination contributes to the energy cost quite heavily. During transportation, a certain level of heat is lost that causes excessive power consumption and heavy electricity bills.
The heat thus lost can be preserved by using insulators on the boiler pipe. It is the most cost-effective way to keep unnecessary utility expenditure at bay. Let us look at how boiler pipe insulation works: