At Chromalox, we develop advanced thermal technologies for the world’s toughest industrial heating applications. We do it better, and we’ve been doing it longer than anyone else. We invented electric heating technology. Chromalox started with an innovative solution 100 years ago when a self-taught engineer invented the first metal-sheathed resistance heating element. It was this then-advanced-thermal-technology that launched an entire industry. That pioneering, innovative spirit continues today. Built on opportunity and innovation, Chromalox has grown to serve an increasing number of global markets and industries. We excel in industries that have high expectations. And we are acknowledged as experts at delivering solutions that exceed specifications, limit risk, and reduce operating costs.
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From basic non-indicating on/off controllers to single- and multi-loop, microprocessor-based temperature controllers, Chromalox offers precisely the required level of simplicity or sophistication. Advanced models feature PID operating modes for heating and/or cooling, fuzzy logic control, dual... Read more
Solid state power control components and electromechanical contactors are easily integrated into electric resistance heating applications. Solid state products, which include zero-crossover and phase-angle-fired configurations can drive single or three-phase loads to 1600 kW. Features include... Read more
Sensors range from bare thermocouples and RTD's to the most sophisticated infrared non-contact sensors that directly, consistently, and accurately measure product temperature. Stock accessories include thermowells, thermocouple and RTD wire, connectors, fitting and adapters.