Chromalox developed a safe, reliable cartridge heater using deep draw technology to prevent in-flight short circuiting of coffeemakers for airlines.
An oil and gas production and exploration company’s test chamber, used to evaluate down-hole drilling components, needed heaters that could withstand pressures up to 35,000 pounds per square inch and temperatures up to 500° F.
A major medical laboratory came to Chromalox when an issue with a lab instrument occurred.
During the re-plasticizing process of recycled plastics, the plastic materials need to be melted and the temperature accurately maintained.
Ensuring reliable operation of today's next-generation wind turbines has become a critical issue.
This transportation equipment OEM's engineering team was challenged with providing comfort heat in the seating area of passenger cars.
In this process, castings with the physical properties of forgings are possible through the use of deeply anodized aluminum molds.
All semi-conductor wafers, as part of their micro-fabrication, must undergo an etching process which chemically removes layers from the surface of a wafer during manufacturing.
An infrared lamp paint baking oven was a bottleneck, slowing all production, because it was unable to produce sufficiently high temperatures.
A manufacturer of custom guitars had a need to better control the lamination process for bonding the side panels that make up the guitar body shape.
A global manufacturer and supplier of commercial equipment for many of the food service leaders needed a more efficient way to heat a new line of multilevel food warmers.
Silicone laminate heaters provide better heat transfer and cut costs in food warming equipment application.
Chromalox silicone laminate heaters solve HVAC laboratory temperature problem.
The customer uses piping and metal parts in the fabrication of high speed turbines and compressors. In addition, the customer also rebuilds used turbines and compressors.