Process Heat

Watlow designs and manufactures industrial heaters, temperature sensors, controllers and supporting software as well as assemblies – all of the components of a thermal system. The company partners with its customers to optimize thermal performance, decrease design time and improve efficiency of their products and applications.

Watlow brings its experience to numerous industries, including semiconductor processing, environmental chambers, energy processes, diesel emissions, medical and foodservice equipment.
 

White Papers

Using Input and Output Filters on Watlow Multi-channel Controllers
Calibration of Watlow Controllers
Choosing Two-LEG vs Three-LEG Control for 3-phase Applications
When to Select a Limit, Versus an Alarm Controller
Controls Integration White Paper
 

Videos

Watlow F4T with INTUITION® Process Controller
F4T with INTUITION® Tutorial: Data Logging
F4T with INTUITION® Tutorial: Trending and Graphing
Introducing ASPYRE® Intelligent SCR Power Controller


Case Studies

Watlow Gas Regeneration Heater Helps Refinery Meet Clean Air Act Regulations


Blog Articles:

Watlow’s OPTIMAX® Next Generation Heat Exchanger Helps You Achieve a More Efficient CAPEX
Watlow's F4T with INTUITION® ¼ DIN Process Controller with Touchscreen Technology
Watlow Launches ASPYRE® Power Controllers
 

Products

F4T Process Controller
ASPYRE® Power Controllers
OPTIMAX® Heat Exchanger
Flange Immersion Heater
Mineral Insulated (MI) Band Heaters
EZ-Zone PM Temperature Controller
EZ-Zone RM Integrated Temperature Controller
Firerod Cartridge Heaters
Over-the-Side Immersion Heater
Screw Plug Immersion Heater
Duct Heaters
RTD Temperature Sensors
Thermocouples
Flexible Silicone Laminate Heaters
Raymax Radiant Panel Heater
Multicell Insertion Heaters
Tubular Heaters

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