What does an Insulator?
Heat and Frost Insulators measure, cut, and fabricate materials to insulate mechanical systems, boilers, steam lines, and ducts and piping, and other types of hot and cold systems to minimize heat transfer. They are also responsible for covering, sealing, and/or finishing insulation.
Where does an Insulator work?
- Mechanical systems
- Industrial projects
- Commercial office buildings
Milwaukee & Madison Metro Areas
Heat and Frost Insulators Local 19
N27w23155 Roundy Dr | Pewaukee, WI 53072
p (262) 548 9606
Northeastern and Central Wisconsin
Heat and Frost Insulators Local 127
33 E 3rd Street | Clintonville, WI 54929
p (715) 823-5669
Insulators Local 49
95 Empire Dr, St | Paul, MN 55103
p (218) 724-3223
Am I qualified?
- Must be at least 18 years old
- Must be able to physically perform the work required
- Must have high school diploma or G.E.D.
- Must be willing to work in extreme heat and confined spaces
- Have a general mechanical background
What can I expect while training?
- Program is approximately 4 years
- You must attend 10 weeks of schooling; will be paid for time in class
- You must pass a preliminary test
- Some travel may be required
- Classroom work and home studies are required
- On-the-job training with an experienced Journeyman