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Around the world, Chromalox is known for advanced thermal technologies engineered for the world’s toughest industrial heating applications. We partner with our customers to find elegant solutions to the most difficult and unique heating challenges. Our Heat Trace segment delivers temperature management solutions for piping systems, valves and tanks. Our Industrial Heaters and Systems segment delivers process heating solutions for revenue-generating industrial processes, and our Component Technologies segment delivers component heating solutions for industrial equipment manufacturers. Drawing upon a century of experience, a global footprint, and the most comprehensive set of technologies in our industry, no thermal control project is too large or complex. Founded in 1917, Chromalox is headquartered in Pittsburgh, PA.
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Industrial Heat Trace
The Chromalox heat trace line includes cables and controls suitable for process maintenance, pipe and vessel freeze protection and roof and gutter de-icing applications.
Large Tank Heaters
Chromalox Tank Heating Systems are uniquely designed to heat large storage tanks located above or below ground and containing highly viscous fluids or heat sensitive materials. Chromalox offers uniquely designed electric heating systems for large storage tanks. The systems can be installed in above or below-ground tanks made of steel, concrete, or fiberglass.
Industrial Air Heaters
Chromalox industrial electric air heaters provide efficient, economical heat for commercial and industrial applications. Three basic types of heaters are convection, forced air and radiant, with combinations often used. They apply safe, clean, fast heat and their heavy-duty construction affords long, dependable service.
Chromalox circulation heaters are packaged units consisting of a screwplug or flanged immersion heater mounted in a thermally insulated heating chamber for efficient heating of a flowing medium by in-line or side-arm operation. Thermocouple sensors can be provided to connect to most any controller. Select from many terminal enclosures, sheath and vessel materials, flanged connections, and controls. Many models in stock.
Applications include: Water Heating, Freeze Protection, Heat Transfer Oil Heating, Fuel Oil Heating, Stea, Air, and Gas Heating and others.