For an economical and energy efficient way to help prevent your pipes from freezing use the Everbilt Self Sealing Foam Pipe Insulation. This insulation is fire-rated helping ensure safety. R-Value is 3.1.
For use on 3/4 in. copper and 1/2 in. iron pipe sizes
Helps prevent pipes from freezing in the winter and condensation in the summer
25/50 fire rated
Closed-cell structure provides condensation and energy loss control
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out of 71 reviews
95% recommend this product
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Apr 7, 2018
This insulation fit perfectly around my 3/4 inch copper pipes despite previous reviews stating ot...
This insulation fit perfectly around my 3/4 inch copper pipes despite previous reviews stating otherwise. Perhaps the manufacturer did a redesign. The adhesive is a nice upgrade to the old insulation that was previously on my pipes. The peel-off plastic comes off very easily which makes removing it from hard to reach areas quite simple.
I used this foam pipe insulation to cover the 3/4”...
I used this foam pipe insulation to cover the 3/4” diameter foot bar on my office chair. When resting my feet on the bar during computer sessions and Zoom calls my arches get fatigued. The foam wraps around the circular chrome bar of the architect’s chair perfectly. I opted for the self-sealing type foam for a few pennies more and it was worth it, as it sealed into place like magic. Now have happy feet!
Jan 29, 2021
Dec 23, 2020
Dec 18, 2020
Does the job right the first time
Super easy to install for straight pipes, fully covers and insulates perfectly. The seam sometimes needs a blade to finish cutting open, but otherwise slips on the pipe and does its job. When it comes to bends this is a bit more difficult, not impossible but you do have some cutting to do.