Marine insulators apply protective coverings to vessel piping, machinery, hulls, bulkheads, overhead, ducts, and more. This insulation is critical to maintain optimal functionality of the ship and to keep crew members safe. Marine insulators must be skilled with various hand tools including knives, tape measures, saws, wire cutters, pliers, and more. Marine insulators often work from blueprints and in close conjunction with pipe fitters and ship fitters. Specialized materials also must be safely handled including fiberglass, sealants, expanding foam, rubber, calcium silicate, cloth, adhesives, and more. Pipe covering is another specialism within marine insulation focused specifically on insulating vessel piping systems.
New marine insulator jobs are listed below and new positions are posted regularly. Keep your resume and credentials updated and on file with Ameri-Force. Browse our marine insulator jobs or call 800-522-8998 to speak with a recruiter. Although we hire nationwide, many of our local marine insulator jobs are located in Virginia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, California, and Washington.