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Heaters and controls designed and manufactured to meet the requirements of U.S. Navy and Coast Guard specifications
Chromalox provides high-quality equipment
designed and manufactured to meet the requirements
of U.S. Navy and Coast Guard specifications.
But that's just one reason to choose
Chromalox. Chromalox can custom design, engineer,
and manufacture innovative products to
meet unique application needs. Our innovative
spirit can be seen in the non-magnetic-design
circulation heaters installed on MCM Avenger
Class Minesweepers, and steam boilers small
enough to pass through ship hatches for installation
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Chromalox electric duct heaters are available in a variety of
sizes for preheating intake air on surface ships and reheating air in individual room
compartment on board ships and submarines. They are a compact, safe, and lightweight
heat source that does not leak on cargo or crew, or present after-damage problems that
can occur with steam equipment.
Our Type CE electric
convection heaters are rugged, reliable, and designed for easy installation in hard-use
area. Easily bulkhead mounted, these 21-inch-high heaters are ideal for shower rooms,
toilets, or any place where a small, highly moisture-resistant heater is required.
Versatility is the best description for Chromalox RSFM
blower heaters used in living quarters. They can be surface or recess mounted. They can
be concealed completely where duct connectors are desired, such as under or over windows
for defrosting. They can be mounted vertically in a wall, horizontally in a ceiling, or
at any angle from vertical to horizontal in the same plane.
Chromalox electric circulation and immersion heaters can be
found in a variety of lubrication and fuel oil applications on submarines and surface
vessels alike. A particularly unusual application is a non-magnetic-design circulation
heater used as lubrication oil preheaters on MCM Avenger Class Minesweepers.
Electric steam boilers are an efficient means of providing
steam aboard ship for galley and laundry use. Some designs are small enough to pass
through hatches for installation and removal.