La Rosa Isolamenti handles all types of insulation in the industrial sector

Winemaking - Food

Our Company boasts an extensive experience in the insulation of food processing facilities that are required to meet stringent regulations aimed at protecting general hygiene and customers’ health. Production processess in the food sector must follow precise regulations regarding hygiene in order to safeguard consumer safety, and for this reason suitable machinery, instruments are materials are required.
The use of aluminium and stainless steel coated expanded polyurethane guarantees improved thermal performance and represent lightness and durability over time. Expanded polyurethane is often used when plant systems undergo large jumps in temperatures, such as in cold chain processes for food. Moreover, a determinating element is that polyurethane is not on the list of carcinogenic substances for industrial use as drafted up by the national commission designated by the Ministry of Health.

La Rosa Isolamenti has created a division dedicated to the thermal insulation of stocking tanks, autoclaves, vats, exchangers and transfer lines for cellars and wineries, by using technologies and materials that ensure the utmost organic stability of the product before bottling.

Other divisions

Winemaking – Food • Chemical – Pharmaceutical • Manufacturing
Automotive • Oil Industry • Steel • Thermoelectric • Armed Forces

La Rosa is involved in the design and installation of insulating materials in industrial plants of all kinds, both in new facilities and in projects undergoing extensions. The Company also handles large civil structures requiring renovations in order to comply with new energy savings regulations.

The company became active more than fifty years ago by creating thermal insulation for large-scale plants that developed during Italy's economic boom. Since then times have changed, including technologies and methods, but our dedication to our work remains unchanged.
All plants where there are significant jumps in temperatures require quality insulation which guarantee the stability of temperatures over time. Where temperatures are high, generally high density mineral wool cupels, and mats of the same material on a metal grid, aluminate or ceramic fibre Kraft are used. Low temperatures require sprayed expanded polyurethane, closed-cell elastomeric rubber insulation and dovetailed cupels in self-extinguishing polystyrene to ensure optimum insulation.