Mechanical systems in industrial settings consume large amounts of energy to heat or cool elements such as air and water for the production of materials. Additionally, systems are in place for the good of the people in the building and/or the materials that may be stored there. In an industrial setting, elements are cooled and heated to more extreme temperatures, making temperature loss or gain even more prevalent AND costly. Also, the machinery in an industrial setting is larger in both scale and number, providing even greater opportunity for temperature loss. These factors are forcing the system to work harder to maintain thermal consistency which makes it costlier to maintain and operate. Due to the need for such high volumes, energy consumption can be quite costly in an industrial setting, making the conservation and proper management of it very important. The energy loss prevention provided through the industrial insulation of this machinery and infrastructure can greatly reduce the cost of energy for the customer.