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Submitted on Wed, 05/06/2020
How to Reduce Scrap with the Watlow Aspyre: Open Heater Detection

One of the best ways to decrease your operating expenses is to reduce your scrap. In this video we're going to talk about process heating and controls and specifically Watlow's new power controller called the Aspyre.

Submitted on Thu, 10/24/2019
Impedance Heating

Impedance heating systems act much like standard heating circuits, except the resistor is the pipe itself. This is accomplished when a small amount of AC voltage is applied across the terminals. The resulting impedance of the system generates heat on the pipe. The control panel for an impedance system provides power and control. However, the step down transformer is what provides the reduced voltage, 30VAC or less, to the pipe. This rating stays within OSHA and NEC limits.

Submitted on Wed, 08/07/2019
How To Enable Bluetooth on the Watlow EZ-Zone PM

This video tutorial shows you the steps on how  to enable the Bluetooth feature on the Watlow EZ-Zone controller for use with the Watlow EZ-Link app.

Submitted on Wed, 08/07/2019
How to Factory Reset a Watlow EZ-Zone Controller PM

This video tutorial shows you the steps on how  to factory reset the Watlow EZ-Zone controller.

Submitted on Wed, 03/21/2018

Watlow’s new ASPYRE power controller family is flexible and scalable, and available with a variety of options allowing one platform to be re-used across a wide range of applications, which can help save time and money. ASPYRE models available include sizes from 35 to 700 amps.

Submitted on Wed, 02/17/2016

This video demonstrates how to install Heat Trace Specialist's SnoFree Panel Eave System.

Submitted on Wed, 02/17/2016

This video demonstrates how to install Heat Trace Specialist's Serpentine (Zig Zag) Heat Cable System.

Submitted on Mon, 08/31/2015

Ice dams can be frustrating. An ice dam forms when the roof over the attic gets warm enough to melt the bottom layer of snow. The snow melts into water and  the water trickles down between the layers of snow until it reaches the eave of the roof. There, the water freezes, gradually growing into a mound of ice. These ice dams can damage both your roof and the inside of your home if the water finds an opening.

Submitted on Fri, 08/14/2015

For 40 years Valin has been a resource to our customers providing the knowledge and expertise to help make your process more efficient and more profitable. We have the skills and knowledge to assess your company and manufacturing processes, before coming up with expert solutions to your downtime issues.

Submitted on Tue, 03/24/2015

This video takes you step by step from deburring a piece of tubing, marking the tubing, making up the fitting, and pressurizing the fitting to show that it only takes one and a quarter turn to properly seal a fitting from leaks.