Heating Elements

Heating Elements are designed for various furnace atmospheres.
Heating Elements

Heating Elements are designed for various furnace atmospheres.

Designed for use at very high temperatures, Super elements work directly in furnace atmosphere without protective muffles. Five grades are available. Elements are suitable for nitrogen, hydrogen, vacuum, and mixtures of endogas, and reducing furnace atmospheres. Ready-made elements can be used in production and laboratory furnaces in glass, steel, electronics, ceramics, and heat treatment...

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Invisible Heat Source keeps displays working in the cold.
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Invisible Heat Source keeps displays working in the cold.

Thin, optically clear CLEARVIEW film contains micro resistance heating element that maintains legibility of electronically generated text on instrument screens used outdoors or in cold environments. It allows undistorted high definition viewing of information on hand-held instrument screens and displays. Embedded temperature sensor covers specified area over heater element close proximity of...

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Heat Trace Cables work in hazardous applications.
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Heat Trace Cables work in hazardous applications.

HSRM and SRM/E heat trace cables are Factory Mutual approved at upgraded temperature ratings for use in Class I - Division 1, Class II - Division 1, and Class III hazardous environments. Approval ratings are for temperature ranges up to 302 deg F for process temperature maintenance and 420 deg F for maximum continuous exposure. SRM/E cable has been rated for high-pressure steam cleaning...

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Heaters have built-in sensors.
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Heaters have built-in sensors.

Thermofoil(TM) heater/sensors combine etched foil heater properties with RTD or thermistor temperature sensor. Kapton heater insulation allows operation to 150 deg. Models are available in sizes to 5 x 5 in. with resistance options to match most applications. Sensor choices include 100 and 1000 ohm platinum RTDs and 50,000 ohm NTC thermistors. Applications include designers who are creating...

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The Economic and Strategic Benefits of Cloud Computing
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The Economic and Strategic Benefits of Cloud Computing

Cloud computing and software-as-a-service (SaaS) are two of the hottest IT trends that have emerged in the last couple of decades. By creating the ability to store and access data and programs through the internet while cutting out the middleman (aka, hard drives and other physical devices), cloud computing offers many attractive features to companies in almost all industries, including fiscal savings, speed, scalability, ease of upgrades, and agility. Although the upfront savings of SaaS are undeniable, there are still many that favor on-premise systems and proprietary software. You may be wondering if transitioning to a cloud-based model is the right choice for your company, but with so many different viewpoints it can be hard to make sense of all the pros and cons. Using concrete data organized into helpful graphs, this white paper offers insightful interpretations of the numbers to show the ways in which SaaS can offer both financial savings and strategic advantages.

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Performance Packaging’s AIRSHIELD™ Achieves FDA Approval for Food & Beverage Applications

As a globally recognized provider of full-service packaging products and services, we have a history of developing innovative solutions that promote enhanced efficiency in a wide range of packing applications. Our new AIRSHIELD™ product is just another example of how we are helping food and beverage manufacturers to extend the life of their products. To learn more about this cutting-edge product, see our video.

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