Redi-Klad™ 1000° Pipe Insulation

Redi-Klad™ 1000° Pipe Insulation

Knauf Insulation Earthwool® Redi-Klad® 1000° Pipe Insulation is a multi-purpose, molded, heavy-density, one-piece glass mineral wool insulation bonded with ECOSE® Technology. Earthwool Redi-Klad comes with factory applied 5-ply weather and abuse resistant jacketing with self-sealing lap. Earthwool Redi-Klad is designed for indoor or outdoor installation on mechanical piping systems with operating temperatures ranging from 0°F to 1000°F (-18°C to 538°C). Properly installed, Redi-Klad jacket provides a zero permeability rating. Earthwool® Redi-Klad® is produced in convenient 3' lengths with a matching 4" butt strip furnished for each 3' section. The installed product offers a finished appearance comparable to embossed aluminum.

Earthwool® Insulation

Earthwool® Insulation is the new benchmark that stands apart for its genuine sustainability, unsurpassed performance and consistently high product quality.  To see Earthwool® Insulation in greater detail, visit our minisite here.

ECOSE® Technology

ECOSE Technology is a revolutionary binder chemistry that enhances the sustainability of our products. The “binder” is the bond that holds our glass mineral wool product together and gives the product its shape and brown color. ECOSE Technology is a plant-based, sustainable chemistry that replaces the phenol/formaldehyde (PF) binder traditionally used in glass mineral wool products. Products using ECOSE technology are formaldehyde-free and have reduced global warming potential when compared to our products of the past.


Knauf Insulation Earthwool® Redi-Klad® 1000° Pipe Insulation is designed for indoor and outdoor installation on industrial and commercial mechanical systems piping. Typical applications include, but are not limited to steam, condensate, process, chilled, and domestic water piping for new or retro-fit power generation, petrochemical, pulp and paper, institutional, and educational construction projects, operating at temperatures from 0°F to (-18°C) to 1000°F (538°C).