Latest New Product News from CCI Thermal Technologies Inc.
Flanged Pipe Insert Heater is rated for hazardous locations.CCI Thermal Technologies Inc. Edmonton, AB T6B3E1
Nov 19, 2012 Caloritech™ FPH Flanged Pipe Insert Heater, certified to CCSAUS Hazardous Locations Class 1, Divisions 1 & 2, Groups C & D; CSA Type 4; Temperature Coded T1 – T6, is designed for storage tanks containing viscous, corrosive, or heat-sensitive materials. Unit is constructed of multiple insert pipes mounted to common flange; each pipe is fitted with segregated heavy-duty alloy sheathed heating element. Multiple pipe design allows for servicing without draining tank.
Explosion-Proof Panel Heaters provide heating from 50-150 W.CCI Thermal Technologies Inc. Edmonton, AB T6B3E1
Oct 25, 2012 Featuring cylinder-shaped extruded convector assembly, Norseman™ XPAR Heaters provide explosion-proof freeze and condensation protection for control enclosures. Units are equipped with explosion-proof junction box and pre-set nonadjustable thermostat as standard assembly. Available in 120, 208, and 240 V configurations, XPAR heaters are suitable for 50 and 60 Hz and are CCSAUS certified for Class I, Divisions 1 and 2, Groups A, B, C, and D hazardous area locations.
Severe-Duty Electric Air Heater has explosion-proof design.CCI Thermal Technologies Inc. Edmonton, AB T6B3E1
Aug 20, 2012 Ruffneck(TM) FX5-SD suits severe-duty applications that can lead to accelerated wear of electrical components and damage to heater core, including locations with fluctuating power quality, temporary power generation, vibration, or extended maintenance intervals. Enabling primary interruption of line power to safely protect heater core, integrated dedicated shunt trip circuit breaker operates independent of control circuit and is triggered by redundant heater core high temperature limit.
Vaporization Systems handle aqueous and anhydrous ammonia.CCI Thermal Technologies Inc. Edmonton, AB T6B3E1
Apr 20, 2012 Custom designed to meet any application, Caloritech(TM) Ammonia Vaporization Systems electrically heat anhydrous and aqueous ammonia used to control Nitrous Oxide (NOx) emissions in Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) applications. Systems are engineered to provide solution to vaporization process, minimizing downtime and maximizing utilization of equipment in installations. Custom options and features include compliance to international codes, standards, and seismic qualification.
Electric Panel Heater features explosion-proof design.CCI Thermal Technologies Inc. Edmonton, AB T6B3E1
Dec 21, 2011 CCSAUS-certified for Class I, Divisions 1/2, Groups A/B/C/D hazardous locations, Norseman(TM) XPA is available in 120, 208, and 240 V configurations and suited for 50/60 Hz. Extruded convector assembly comes in 2 sizes, providing safe, efficient heating from 75-700 W, and explosion-proof junction box and pre-set nonadjustable thermostat are standard. Heater can also be supplied with optional junction box, nonadjustable thermostat, and adjustable thermostat combinations.
Explosion-Proof Heater satisfies pressure vessel requirements.CCI Thermal Technologies Inc. Edmonton, AB T6B3E1
Apr 12, 2011 Able to be used with heat transfer fluids or in liquid cooling applications, horizontal Ruffneck(TM) AH Series features core design that makes heater compliant with Category H fittings regulations in Alberta, Canada (CSA B51). Models range from 115-440 V and 6,000-1,200,000 BTU/hr and feature 450 psi max operating pressure and 650°F max operating temperature. Extruded aluminum louvers provide 2-way directional control of discharge air, and bolt-together cabinet facilitates maintenance.
Explosion-Proof Electric Air Heater is CE-marked, ATEX-approved.CCI Thermal Technologies Inc. Edmonton, AB T6B3E1
Mar 23, 2011 Equipped with limit controls and heavy-duty core, Ruffneck(TM) FE2 is designed for rugged, industrial applications in harsh environments. Standard features include fan only switch, built-in thermostat, pilot light for HEAT ON indication, and built-in disconnect switch. Available in models that range from 2.5-23.1 kW and 220-440 V, heater also incorporates VacuCoreŽ liquid-to-air heat exchanger and features junction box sized to facilitate installation.
Tubular Heating Elements use high-temperature end seal.CCI Thermal Technologies Inc. Edmonton, AB T6B3E1
Jan 05, 2011 Designed and built to meet requirements of both UL499 and UL1030, epoxy-based High Temperature End Seal is rated up to 392°F and is suited for Caloritech(TM) tubular heating elements used in demanding applications such as industrial process heating equipment and commercial heating and cooking appliances. Heating elements using end seal are protected from effects of moisture absorption during operation, transport, and extended storage periods.
Other Company News From CCI Thermal Technologies Inc.
Apr 16, 2012
CCI Thermal Technologies Inc. Opens New USA Sales and Service Center in Houston, Texas
Mar 29, 2012
CCI Thermal Technologies Inc. Announces CSA C/US Explosion-Proof Certification for the Cata-Dyne(TM) CHS Heating System
Feb 21, 2012
CCI Thermal Technologies Inc. Attains Canada's 50 Best Managed Companies Platinum Club Member Status
Sep 28, 2011
CCI Thermal Technologies Inc. Announces UL C/US (Underwriters Laboratories) Hazardous Locations Certification for Caloritech(TM) Industrial Control Panels
Aug 04, 2011
CCI Thermal Technologies Donates Food, School Supplies
Jul 27, 2011
CCI Thermal Technologies Inc. is Pleased to Announce the Expansion of its Orillia Manufacturing Facility
Jul 26, 2011
CCI Thermal Orillia Selected as One of Five Winners of the Canada's Safest Employer in Manufacturing Award
May 30, 2011
CCI Thermal Technologies Inc. Launches New Website
May 17, 2011
CCI Thermal Technologies Inc. is Proud to Partner with Enertech a Business Unit of Curtiss-Wright Flow Control Company
Jun 09, 2010
CCI Thermal Technologies Inc. is proud to Introduce the Cata-Dyne(TM) LS, Liquid Start Catalytic Heater
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