Insulator (Heat and Frost)
Insulators (heat and frost) work with insulating material to prevent or reduce the passage of heat, cold, vapour, moisture, sound or fire. They install, repair and maintain insulating materials used on systems and equipment as well as for walls, floors and ceilings of buildings. They may also lay out and fabricate parts on-site, or remove or seal off old insulation.
Designation Year: 1991
Designated Red Seal in: AB, BC, MB, NB, NL, NS, NT, NU, ON, PE, QC, SK, YT
Trade title: Insulator (Heat and Frost), in AB, BC, MB, NB, NL, NS, NU, ON, PE, SK, YT
Other titles used in provinces/territories: Insulator (QC), Insulator - Heat and Frost (NT)
View the most recent standard. This is the complete description of the activities of the Insulator (Heat and Frost) trade. It is used as the basis for the Red Seal exams for this trade.
Please refer to the Essential Skills section of the trade’s Occupational Standard that describes the essential skills needed to succeed in this trade.
Find job market information such as wages, outlooks, education and skills needed at Explore Careers on the Job Bank website.
Try the sample Insulator (Heat and Frost) examination questions to prepare for your Red Seal examination.
Consult the Insulator (Heat and Frost) Exam Counselling Sheet for a breakdown of the Red Seal examination.
Consult the Ellis Chart for a full breakdown of apprenticeship data from across Canada for the trade of Insulator (Heat and Frost).
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