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Thermal, Acoustic and Passive Fire Insulation, HVAC and Metal Fabrication

3-11 Carlton Street,
L3 7ED,
United Kingdom

MIC is a specialist in thermal, acoustic and passive fire insulation, HVAC and metal fabrication. The company’s principal function is the installation of all types of thermal, acoustic, fire and cold-room insulation on all types of vessels, including cruise, military, ferries, oil, gas, container, ro-ro and private yachts, globally across the marine industry.

MIC’s service portfolio includes:

  • Specialist capabilities in structural fire protection (A60)
  • Insulation surveys
  • The manufacture of bespoke, high-temperature insulation mats
  • The manufacture of heat shields and shrouds
  • HVAC and metal fabrication services
  • Construction of cold rooms
  • Offshore thermal, acoustic and passive fire insulation, HVAC and metal fabrication services

A60 structural fire protection services

Our A60 structural fire protection services range from complete car-deck renewals to bespoke engine-room work.

Marine vessel insulation surveys

MIC’s insulation surveys for marine vessels assess the current insulation in-situ and advise the most cost-effective way to achieve general and A60 insulation integrity.

Dive-bell offshore platform.
A60 insulation in cabin.
Millennium cruise ship.
Exhaust uptake bend.
Steam Packet's Snaefell, from the Isle of Man.

Bespoke, high-temperature insulation mats

We construct bespoke offshore insulation mats, indicator cock mats and full engine-room exhaust / manifold systems.

Heat shields and shrouds

MIC can manufacture, modify and refurbish a wide variety of heat shields and shrouds for vessels.

Marine vessel HVAC and metal fabrication

We can carry out fabrication and installation of complete ducting and fire damper systems, car-deck panels, light engineering, uptakes and cladding.

Cold-room construction for marine vessels

Purpose-built and packaged cold-rooms can be constructed and installed on marine vessels by MIC.

Offshore insulation and sheet metal work

We can carry out all aspects of insulation and sheet metal work for offshore applications.

Emergency and planned insulation, HVAC and metal fabrication maintenance work

MIC offers both emergency work and regular, pre-planned maintenance work. We are ready to respond rapidly to the urgent need of our customers, with flying squads of skilled engineers ready to provide urgent quay-side or voyage repairs 24h a day, 365 days a year, backed up by an experienced and expert management team.

All our work is designed and executed to be carried out to time-critical deadlines that meet the approval of classification societies such as MCA, Lloyds, DNV, ABS and BV, and to adhere to applicable SOLAS regulations.


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  • Temp-Coat®

Approved Temp-Coat sprayed-insulation contractors

Temp-Coat offers superior insulating qualities plus protection against ultraviolet rays, wind, water, heat and cold for more efficient, longer asset life. Since Temp-Coat adheres to the surface it insulates, it is an excellent form of metal protection and condensation control that cannot be achieved by conventional insulations.

Temp-Coat provides a surface that is easy to maintain, offers years of protection and is the most cost-effective product for almost every insulating need.


3-11 Carlton Street
L3 7ED
United Kingdom

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