Manufactures Products such as … heating components, circulation systems, heat transfer systems, industrial and comfort air heatings, precision electronic controls and many more.
Chromalox – Heat and Control products
Edwin L. Wiegand founded Chromalox in 1917. This is how … “This led to his groundbreaking patent in 1915 of a resistance-heating element embedded in an insulating refractory and enclosed in a metal sheath”
Heat Trace segment delivers temperature management solutions for piping systems, valves, and tanks.
Industrial Heaters & Systems – From high temperature gas heating to reboilers to superheated steam to super-critical water processing,
103 Gamma Drive Pittsburgh, PA 15238 United States
Louis Desloge Sr. founds Watlow Electric Manufacturing Company in St. Louis, Missouri, USA, to manufacture electric heating elements for the shoe industry. 1922
Watlow Sensors, Processing and Heaters
‘Watlow designs and manufactures industrial heaters, sensors and controllers – all of the components of a thermal system.”
The SERIES F4 1⁄4 DIN industrial ramping temperature controller meets the requirements of the most demanding ramp soak controller processing applications.
This ramping temperature controller features a four line, high-definition LCD interface display for quick and easy profile programming and controller configuration.
SERIES F4 Ramping Controller
Watlow reference data provides information for amperage conversions, thermocouple types, RTD tolerances and more.
Watlow Ltd- Reference – Guides and Tutorials
Watlow is the leader in engineering and manufacturing custom commercial electric heaters. … offer electric heating elements, industrial heaters…
Here is a Page from an Old Watlow Catalog i have.
ASB Heating Elements Limited
Manufactures electric resistance tubular heating elements; a tubular element is often referred to as a CalRod element. Offer a full line of electric heating products. The list includes immersion heaters, flange heaters, screw plug heaters, tubular elements, finned tubular elements, tank heaters, and oven heaters. Established in 1989.
Why Are Finned Tubular Heating Elements So Widely Accepted For Process Heating?
- Extremely rugged
- Can be formed into many unique and complex shapes
- Can be finned for improved forced air heat transfer
- Easy to precisely control the heat output to perfectly match your process requirements
- Low capital cost
- Negligible maintenance
- Can be used in virtually every industrial environment up to about 1000°F (540°C)
- Has a proven track record of over many years and applications.