Accessibility Policy

Insulated Products Corporation strives to ensure digital accessibility for everyone, including those with disabilities. We are continually working on improving the user experience for everyone, and applying the relevant accessibility measures. Our goal is to follow the standards laid out in the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.1 (WCAG).

Visitors can request auxiliary aids and services, as well as reasonable modifications to our practices, policies and procedures, and we will consider all requests made.

Get In Touch

We welcome any feedback on the accessibility of the Insulated Product Corporation website. If you encounter any accessibility barriers during your interaction with, we can be contacted using the following details:

Measures we have taken to ensure accessibility for all users:

  • We have provided plain-text versions of PDF specification sheets, that are readable using screen readers detailed below.

Accessibility Tips

How to zoom in on your screen:

Some users prefer to zoom in on the screen in order to see things better. There are various ways of doing so, depending on the device being used:

  • If using Windows, press the Windows key and plus sign together to launch the Magnifier. Pressing these buttons again will further increase the magnification. The Magnifier tool can also be accessed under ‘Accessories’
  • If using Mac, navigate to ‘System Preferences’, open ‘Universal Access’, and click on the ‘Seeing’ tab. Toggle the ‘Zoom’ checkbox to ‘on’
  • If using an Apple mobile device, navigate to ‘Settings’, then ‘General’, then ‘Accessibility’, and tap the ‘Zoom’ button to switch it on.
  • When using a web browser, hold ‘Ctrl’ (or ‘Cmd’ on Mac) and press plus (+) or minus (-) to zoom in or out.

Information about screen readers:

Screen readers are text-to-speech software that convert the content of a web page into audio, allowing those who are visually impaired to access the web content. We strive to ensure that our web content is accessible to screen readers.

Some of the most popular screen readers available include NVDA and JAWS for Windows, and VoiceOver for Mac.

Changing the website colors

Some people like to adjust the colors or fonts used on a website to see words more clearly. The major web browsers provide options for doing this.

  • In internet Explorer, navigate to ‘Tools’, then ‘Internet Options’, then ‘General’, then select ‘Colors, Fonts or Accessibility’
  • In Mozilla Firefox, navigate to ‘Options’, then ‘Content’, then ‘Fonts & Colors’
  • In Safari, navigate to ‘Preferences’, select the ‘Appearance’ tab, then press ‘Select’ next to the font fields.
  • In Google Chrome, navigate to ‘Preferences’, click to ‘Show advanced settings’, click on the ‘Web Content’ headings and adjust the ‘Font size’ or choose to ‘Customize fonts’ in other ways.

A combination of enlarging fonts and zooming into the browser will result in the best experience for those who are visually impaired.