Who are LK Thermal Covers?

LK Thermal covers are manufacturers of thermal insulation covers, jackets and mats.

Telephone: 01706 849064

Telephone: 07912 850 728


LK Thermal Covers

E-Mail: info@lkthermalcovers.co.uk-
URL: www.lkthermalcovers.co.uk
Address: Unit D, Trent Industrial Estate, Duchess Street, Shaw, Oldham. OL2 7UT

LK Thermal covers provide thermal covers, insulation covers, thermal insulation jackets, valve covers and flange covers for valve manufacturers and contractors insulating pipework, cladding and ductwork, biomass boilers, pre packaged boiler houses and SKID units.

Our thermal covers are also perfect for retaining heat from heat exchangers and waste water treatment plants. They can be specified by quantity suveyors or procurement managers for larger projects or national facility management companies.

LK Thermal Covers may also provide Heated Jackets on request.

How do we trade?

100% Bespoke

Telephone: 07912 850 728


  • Contact Hours:
  • Monday - Friday 0900 - 2000
  • Open online 24 / 7

Speak to Lesley Kershaw

We call upon the services of Mike Kershaw (Industrial Insulation Services). Mike is married to the owner of LK Thermal Covers, Lesley Kershaw, and whilst they run 2 distinct ventures, Lesley is able to call upon Mike for technical support to help as and when required, so she can maximise her skills in technical pattern design, stitchery, material composition and production.

Scale of provision:

We are a small operation - but can scale up to suit.


LK Thermal Covers

We can produce between 1200 - 1600 thermal covers per week, however, we can double or treble this volume at short notice to meet larger order requirements.

LK Thermal Covers have over 30 years experience within the insulation industry enabling us to advise, design and supply bespoke systems to suit specific customer requirements and provide excellent, efficient and cost effective performance in different working environments and locations throughout the UK and Europe.

  • bespoke thermal covers

    BESPOKE THERMAL COVERS

    We can tailor our design for your needs

    07912 850 728

  • bespoke thermal covers

    We cut our cloth accordingly

    We can scale up our services to meet your needs

    07912 850 728

  • bespoke thermal covers

    We won't stitch you up

    Our covers can be made to the highest temperature specification.

    07912 850 728

Our covers would be perfect for valve manufacturers as a possible accessory, and those involved in retaining heat with:

  • Gate Valves, Ball Valves, Check Valves, Glove Valves, Bellow Seal Valves plus
  • Any other valves, flanges or pipes that seek to retain heat.
  • Our products and services are ideal for reducing heat loss from heat exchangers and waste water treatment works, and other larger sites where energy costs are high.

Whilst quality and service and low prices underpin our services, we are able to scale up considerably to meet the demands of larger orders without compromising our product or service.

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