What does an Insulator do?

The function of an insulator is to insulate any mechanical system, whether hot or cold, from ambient temperatures. The systems may be as cold as -200º F and hot as 2000º F. An insulator must have the knowledge and skill needed to apply a variety of materials to ensure proper performance of the engineering mechanical system. The Insulators are also highly trained and licensed from the State of New Jersey to remove old Asbestos Insulation in a very safe manner. Occasionally the insulator will remove asbestos and replace it with new state of the art insulation materials. The insulator also installs firestop products in new and existing buildings, which prevents the spread of fire and smoke throughout a building.

"Earn While You Learn"

This Apprenticeship Program will allow someone to learn the craft of insulation at the same time they're earning a living. The training starts when a man or woman enters the program and is then considered an apprentice. Each apprentice will work a minimum of 8000 hrs and complete intense classroom instructions for 576 hours. The constant mix of field experience and formal instruction for 4 years gives the apprentice the developed skills required to become a mechanic.

A Local 32 Apprentice must:

  • • be least 18 years old, live in North Jersey or East Central Jersey
  • • have a valid New Jersey Driver’s License
  • • have a High School Diploma or a GED
  • • have good math skills
  • • be a self motivator with good work ethics
  • • be prepared to work in hot, cold, wet and/or dry weather conditions
  • • be a team player with a good attitude toward others
  • • be mechanically inclined
  • • be drug free

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