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Tubolit 1/2 in. x 6 ft. Polyethylene Pipe Wrap Insulation

  • Protect against mold and energy loss for copper- PVC-iron pipes
  • Used to reduce heat loss or heat gain and maximize energy savings
  • Can be used as a protective cover where necessary
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Product Overview

The Armacell Tubolit 1/2 in. x 6 ft. Polyethylene Pipe Wrap Insulation helps you save energy by protecting copper and iron pipes from freezing. This insulation is mold resistant and fire-rated helping ensure a safe use.
  • Designed to insulate copper and iron pipes
  • Closed-cell foam helps protect against freezing
  • Energy efficient on hot and cold plumbing
  • Made of polyethylene
  • Mold resistant
  • Fire-rated
  • Note: Product may vary by store.

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Maximum compatible pipe size (in.)
Product Depth (in.)
Product Height (in.)
Product Length (in.)
72 in
Product Width (in.)
1.48 in


Accessory Type
Compatible Pipe Material
Fire Rated
Insulation R-Value
Minimum compatible pipe size (in.)
Pack Size
Pipe or Fitting Product Type
Product Weight (lb.)

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty

Questions & Answers


Is this made in the USA?

Asked by Info June 18, 2019

This product has been discontinued. This product was manufactured in the USA.

How many pieces to a box

Asked by johngreg November 28, 2018

There are 48 tubes in a carton. Each tube is six feet long.

How thick is the wall of foam?

Asked by Wysteria May 9, 2016

Wall thickness is 0.49 inch.

Is there a contractor pack

Asked by James January 8, 2016

You can purchase Model # ORP05812 by the case in the store or Model # DGT05812S online or at the ProDesk.

Customer Reviews

  • 3.3
    out of 4 reviews
  • 75% recommend this product
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crawl space @ 15 degree's and it dosnt work
Sorry I live in SE. Michigan and it's get's cold DEC/JAN FEB if the temp outside reaches 5 to 0 degrees my cold water pipe froze up.. I had to crawl under the house with a hair dryer to warm up the pipes.. going to install heat tape.. and Watch the Weather Channel..for low's
by Bobby
Response from THD-Customer ServiceSep 9, 2014
Dear Valued Home Depot Customer, We have reached out to the MFG and their response is listed below. "To help prevent freezing of your pipes at below freezing temperatures, you would need to install a heat cable/trace as well. Once the heat trace wire is installed, ensure that the insulation is installed with all seams and joints completely sealed. The insulation will trap the heat from the heat cable to help prevent your pipes from freezing".
1 person found this helpful
Product is acceptable. Sort of
These wraps are not fully cut. Only the top layer of foam is scored. That means you have to finish opening them yourself. Which takes time. On probably 50% of the wraps, the score is so shallow, that when I went to open them fully, they tear line went off to the side. This left a jagged tear. By holding the piece between my knees and using both thumbs to open, it seemed to work out all right. I believe this product will work and my pipes won't freeze, but it left something to be desired over the fully cut ones. Cheap though...
by idaho1
7 people found this helpful
the product was good
i t was easy to install even if i wasn't a trade person ,you didn't have to be a handy person to install this produt
4 people found this helpful
pipe insulation
we at EcoyEco love this product. simple and easy to use. it can save lots of money in a short time if you put these on your hot water line. Any dollar spent on insulation comes back 10-fold
by ecoyeco
3 people found this helpful
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