About Pacor

About Pacor

Founded in 1921 in Philadelphia as an industrial contractor, Pacor, Inc. hasPacor, A Premier Market Leader of Insulation for OEM and Industrial Applications evolved to become one of the premier fabricators of insulation for OEM and industrial applications in the marketplace today. With fabricating plants in Bordentown, New Jersey, Gastonia, North Carolina and Vidalia, Georgia, we offer virtually every type of fabrication necessary to supply your needs.

Through the years Pacor has developed an impressive array of fabricating capabilities, including die cutting, CAD driven cutting systems, laminating, slitting, kiss cutting, industrial sewing, and others. With experience in over 100 markets, the company has gained considerable expertise in the HVAC, food service equipment, light commuter rail, locomotive, appliance, industrial heating, and acoustical industries.

Pacor developed and produces RapidWrap®, the premier removable, reusable thermal insulation cover in the market

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today. RapidWrap® covers have found use on turbines, heat exchangers, flanges, valves, diesel engines, and other thermal equipment and acoustical applications.

Another proprietary product is UltraGard® precut aerogel pipe wrap. UltraGard® is designed for use in the refining and petrochemical industries. Made with revolutionary aerogel insulation, it features an extremely thin profile, hydrophobicity, and is very easy to install.

Pacor’s commitment to excellence begins with our people: experienced, quality-driven, dedicated, and professional. Our products are fabricated using state-of-the-art equipment. By combining the expertise of our people, quality materials, experience and a wide range of fabrication capabilities employed in a Lean Manufacturing environment, we can meet your requirements cost effectively and deliver your products to specification and on time.



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