IZOLER SP. Z O.O. SP. KOMANDYTOWA – A LEADER IN INTELIGENT DEVELOPMENT
The National Centre for Research and Development (Narodowe Centrum Badań i Rozwoju – NCBiR) has rated us with first place and also recommended for nearly 2 million polish zlotys grant for development of our brand new products.
“Development of a light-weight, fire protection thermal mattress for the use in the offshore market” is the title of our research and development project which will start in 2016 involving millions of polish zlotys to meet our clients’ needs and allowing us within the next three years to offer a fully tested and certified product making a technological revolution within industrial insulation branch.
In the effect of a complex assessment, including among others a direct presentation of the idea before an independent Panel of Experts at the headquarters of The National Centre for Research and Development, our product has been rated as the best project in a group of 133 proposals from all over the country, which have been submitted in November during the first stage (first selection) to competition 1/1.1.1/2015 (sub 1.1.1 “Industrial researches and development work carried out by enterprises”).
The National Centre for Research and Development on the 3rd of March 2016 has recommended a grant of 1,74 million zlotys to Izoler from the Innovative Economy Operational Programme for the implementation of the above described project.
The resulting assessment is an impartial and objective confirmation of Izoler’s membership amongst the most innovative companies in Poland. It is also an acknowledgement of our research and development potentials.
For more information regarding the grant (in polish) please visit :
Tank insulation – Sweden, Vallviks Bruk AB, Häggvägen
In the last week of February 2016 our company has began work on two tanks of combined surface of 2000 m2. Work progress is ahead of the construction site’s schedule – insulation works are now being predicted to finish within last week of March 2016.
Izoler is not slowing down!
By the end of the calendar year 2015 we plan to initiate production for another platform.
The scope will include manufacturing and assembly of over 500 insulation mattresses.
Stay tuned, more details will follow.
Project in Larvik completed (03-12-2015)
The project was hard due to limited space available and complicated installation.
We would like to thank everybody who has been involved in this project. Job well done!
Feel free to check the photos taken on site.
FireJet mattresses in Larvik, Norway (28-11-2015)
We have started another project on FireJet mattresses for Shell.
The project is technically demanding. Mattresses will be combined with metal boxes so when joint form a tight, thermal and fire protective shield for valves. Each element out of more than 100 sets of mattresses and metal boxes has been designed and manufactured by our company.
Platform in Gdańsk (27-11-2015)
We continue to insulate the piping at the renovated platform at Gdansk’s shipyard.
For the insulation works we use checked and verified products from renowned manufacturers. To enclose the insulation, we use stainless steel components that are made in our workshop facility in Stargard Szczecinski.
Furnace in Myślibórz (23-11-2015)
We have finished insulating the furnace and technical pipelines in Myslibórz. The insulated area exceeds 300m2.
Technical room inside furniture factory (17-11-2015)
We have completed another work related to pipe insulation in the furniture factory. The customer was pleased with the previous execution and professionalism of company Izoler, and ordered the insulation of pipes and valves in the technical room.
The scope of work consists over 500 linear meters pipelines of diameters from Ø30 to Ø300.
Polyurethane foam (10-11-2015)
In the last few weeks Izoler carried out a number of works related to spraying and flooding of polyurethane foam on vessels such as ‘NB26′ and ‘Atlantic Star’.
Insulation inside compressor room on the vessel (30-10-2015)
Work related with insulating elements inside compressor room on board the ship is up to an end.
As it happens on board ships, limited spaces between the elements makes the task of metal covers fabrication and their assembly difficult.
The final result however, is more than satisfactory. Please take a look at the gallery.