Whether it's water intake and treatment or waste water collection and treatment, Chromalox can provide customized solutions to provide precise, rugged, reliable heat exactly where you need it. Freeze protection, temperature maintenance, even comfort heating provide challenges in the presence of potentially flammable or explosive gases, vapors, treatment chemicals, or dusts, not to mention the corrosive effects of water everywhere. We bring to your application our depth of knowledge and experience in the application and control of heat for water and waste water treatment, combined with a complete offering of hazardous- and extreme-duty heaters and controls that meet a variety of must-have approvals and certifications.
We combine innovative design and engineering expertise and best-in-class products with qualified project management, experienced commissioning, and responsive support to help you employ highly efficient water technologies to achieve the best water quality using less energy, reducing life-cycle costs, and providing environmental benefits to users and the communities they serve.
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The task of freeze protection in a wastewater treatment plant is compounded by the presence of potentially flammable or explosive gases, vapors, powdered metals, or dusts. Chromalox offers a complete line of hazardous-duty heaters than are UL-listed and include GSA- and MSHA-certified models that meet a variety of National Electric Code hazardous applications classifications. Plus, Chromalox maintains an inventory of nearly one million items and operates the fastest delivery systems in the business for quick parts replacement and minimal downtime.
Specific applications include:
Flanged and screw plug immersion heaters for chlorine injection systems.
Heat tracing and controls for freeze protection of valves, pipes, tanks, and instrumentation lines.
General-purpose comfort heaters for:
- Instrumentation and control rooms
- Laboratory and computer rooms
- Locker rooms and restrooms
Heavy-duty heaters for:
- Pump and blower rooms
- Filter rooms and dewatering areas
- Pipe galleries and machine rooms
- Repair shops
Hazardous-duty heaters for:
- Grit removal and screening areas
- Digester gas control rooms
- Sludge gas compressor rooms
- Chlorine and sulphur dioxide rooms
- Enclosed primary sedimentation tanks
- Scum concentration tanks
Portable heaters for:
- Temporary, localized heat on shipping docks
- Heating isolated areas
- Isolated zones within a larger, cooler area