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Fit Tight Covers

Removable Insulation Systems

We manufacture removable and reusable thermal insulation covers for commercial and industrial mechanical piping and equipment.

Our unique fabrication process is based on 25 years of testing and development, resulting in the best designed insulation covers utilizing the best materials.  Our removable and reusable insulation covers are manufactured in Evansville, Indiana, a city in the heart of the Midwest.  Fit Tight Covers is proud to be owned, managed, and staffed locally.

WE ARE THE BEST.

Once you have a Fit Tight Cover,
you won’t be happy with any other.

Unlike most removable insulation, Fit Tight Covers fit the best because they are sewn in the actual shape of the equipment, whether that is a single valve or an entire piping system.  By custom-engineering every cover for each customer, our products will fit your system perfectly.  Read about our Fit Right Guarantee.

We are proud to be the only insulation cover fabrication shop in the Midwest capable of servicing nationwide demand with the highest grade removable insulation covers.  With 10,000 square feet of space and an experienced team of full-time fabricators, we can quickly and accurately produce any type of removable cover.  Please review our product pages for a sampling of some of our work, as well as the materials available for certain Specs and Temperature requirements.  Contact our team with any questions, or Request A Quote.

  • Fit Tight Cover Benefits

    • Energy Conservation
    • Personnel Protection
    • Freeze Protection
    • Fire Protection
    • Labor / Material Savings
    • Sound Attenuation
    • Reduced Room Temperature
    • Maintaining Process Control Temperature
    • Reduced Operation Cycles of Equipment
    • Reduction in Waste Material
  • Upcoming Events

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    Calvin’s Weekly Update

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