Marine Application

Choose Armacell. Don't miss the boat.

We understand the challenges in today’s shipbuilding industry and are committed to creating an exceptional customer experience. Make Armacell your first port of call for equipment insulation.

Insulating mechanical equipment is one of the simplest and most efficient measures to save energy on  maritime vessels. With Armacell’s insulation solutions shipping companies reduce energy costs for many years to come and minimise the risk of downtime due to unscheduled maintenance work.


Lightweight. Flexible. Reliable.



Our highly flexible insulation materials are dust- and fibre-free and can be installed neatly, easily and quickly – even in tight spots on ships. Our system solutions include pipe supports, fire barriers and a new generation of innovative adhesives. We know the ropes and provide application training, on-site support and expert advice at every stage of the project.


Cruise ships require almost as much energy for air-conditioning and refrigeration as for propulsion. The lightweight Armacell insulation materials improve the energy efficiency of the equipment for many years to come. Our Wheelmark approved solutions provide long-term protection against condensation and energy losses and reduce annoying noise from pipes and ducts.


Our products offer superior performance at lower total installed cost. Continuous internal and external monitoring ensures highest quality standards. We provide system solutions which greatly reduce the risk of failing the inspection. From the planning stage to the handover - our 360° service supports you throughout.

What we deliver

Technical Insulation


ArmaFlex products ensure high energy efficiency and condensation control

Pipe Support


Highest system reliability with our ArmaFix pipe support solutions

Fire Protection


With ArmaFlex Protect, pipe penetrations can be sealed off more simply than ever before



Thanks to its low bulk density and outstanding tear strength, Arma-Chek Juna is ideal for marine applications


Over the years, the Meyer Werft in Papenburg, Germany, has built 46 luxury liners for discerning customers all over the world. When it comes to the insulation of chilled water and refrigeration pipes, the shipyard trusts Armacell products. AF/ArmaFlex and ArmaFix AF pipe hangers reliably prevent condensation and energy losses.

Long Track Record

Cruise ships of the Voyager, Oasis, Freedom, Spirit and Fantasy classes Kaverner Masa Yards Helsinki, Turku (Finland)
All cruise ships (classes: Breakaway, Breakaway-Plus, Dawn, Jewel, Leo, Quantum, Solstice, Dream, Radiance, Sphinx, Ikarus) Meyer Werft Papenburg (Germany)
Deep-sea research vessel Sonne Meyer Werft Papenburg (Germany)
Carnival Horizon Fincantieri, Marghera shipyard  Italy
MSC Seaview Fincantieri, Monfalcone shipyard Italy
Queen Mary II Cruise ship ALSTOM Chantiers de l’Atlantique Saint-Nazaire (France)
MSC Divina STX France Cruise SA Saint-Nazaire (France)
MS Plancius Converting a floating marine laboratory into a modern expedition vessel Hansweert, Zeeland (Netherlands)
Royal Navy’s Astute Class Nuclear-powered submarines United Kingdom
Royal Brunei Naval Ships - Kingdom of Brunei
Beowulf Custom-designed Lavranos 43’ sailboat British Columbia (Canada)
T-AKE US Naval Cargo Ships San Diego (USA)
Seahawk Trinity Yachts USA
HMAS Parramatta and other frigates for the Royal Australian Navy - Australia