Heating Systems

Maintain Precise Temperature, Minimize Energy Usage and Maximizing the Life of Your Downstream Equipment

At Valin we go to great lengths to make sure our customers achieve their goals.  One way we do this is by offering engineering and technical support to help our customers maintain temperature in critical processes.  Valin represents the leaders in precision electric heat and control and offer the highest quality heating systems to maintain a precise temperature, minimize energy usage, maximizing the life of downstream equipment and insuring a consistent product every time.

An electric heating system includes four basic heating components:  a heater to heat a process, a temperature controller to control the process, a sensor to feedback temperature information to the controller, and a power controller to switch power on and off as required by the process.  All four components are critical to the application and must be designed and position correctly to work properly. 

Valin engineers have many years of experience with a wide range of heating application.  Valin will help customers choose and size the best heater for the application, determine the right sensor and sensor location to optimally maintain the desired process temperature and evaluate the best temperature and power control  options that will both interface with the customer control system and maintain precise control of the process.  Along with engineering support, Valin offers start-up and commission services to ensure systems are started up efficiently getting the customer process up and running as quickly as possible.

Let Valin assist you with your heating system.  Contact us today or call us at (855) 737-4718 to work with one of our Process Heating Specialists.
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