Ovens, furnaces, induction heaters, welding equipment, heat exchangers, fans, blowers, refrigerators, baths and other equipment for heating or cooling materials.
Aftercoolers (86 suppliers)
Aftercoolers are heat exchangers for cooling the discharge from a compressor.
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Air Conditioners (649 suppliers)
Air conditioners and building air conditioners are used in industrial, process computing, networking, and other spaces where thermal management is important. Space and spot cooling equipment are used wherever total heat must be controlled or where localized heat sources must be managed. Many refrigerants are used in air conditioners; CFC-free refrigerants are becoming more prevalent and in fact are required in many applications.
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Air Diffusers and Grilles (314 suppliers)
Air diffusers and grilles are used to control and direct airflow in heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems.
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Air Handlers (353 suppliers)
Air handlers are a system-like device used in ventilating systems. They typically consist of a blower, heat exchange medium for heat or air conditioning, and housing.
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Autoclaves and Sterilizers (271 suppliers)
Autoclaves are used for applications requiring constant pressure and temperature for long periods of time. Common applications include the sterilization of instruments and polymerization of rubbers and plastics.
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Boilers (industrial) (606 suppliers)
Industrial boilers are closed vessels that use a fuel source or electricity to heat water or generate steam for industrial heating and humidification applications.
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Burners (281 suppliers)
Chillers (industrial) (532 suppliers)
Industrial chillers cool water using refrigeration cycles to provide a constant stream of coolant for manufacturing and laboratory processes.
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Compressed Air and Vortex Cooling Tubes (43 suppliers)
Compressed air and vortex cooling tubes are used for spot heating or cooling applications.
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Condensers (220 suppliers)
Condensers are devices which accept a vapor stream and convert it to a liquid using heat transfer and/or compression.They are used in steam turbines for power plants, in cooling units for in-process fluids, and in air conditioning systems for buildings and automobiles.
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Cooling Towers (233 suppliers)
Cooling towers are defined as any open water recirculation device that uses fans or natural draft to draw or force air to contact and cool water by evaporation.
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Cooling Tunnels (34 suppliers)
Cooling tunnels ensure controlled temperature reduction in both batch and continuous process systems. They are similar to air convention ovens, but have no heating capacity.
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Crucibles (164 suppliers)
Cryogenic Equipment (138 suppliers)
Cryogenic equipment produces or is used in the production of very low temperature materials or processes.
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Cryostats and Dewars (56 suppliers)
Cryostats and dewars are used to keep sensors and store samples at very cold temperatures.
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Dampers and Louvers (286 suppliers)
Dampers and louvers are used to control the flow of air in a process system or enclosed area. Dampers are usually motorized or manually-adjustable for flow control. Louvers are often fixed for a constant flow rate.
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Deaerators (53 suppliers)
Deaerators are used to remove dissolved, corrosive gases from boiler feed water. They heat incoming makeup water for injection into the boiler, and return the condensate to a temperature which minimizes the solubility of these gases.
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Dehumidifiers (173 suppliers)
Desuperheaters (39 suppliers)
Desuperheaters are used to cool steam in power plants.
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Economizers (48 suppliers)
Economizers are mechanical devices that are designed to reduce energy consumption, or to perform other useful, energy-related functions (such as preheating fluids).
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Environmental Control Systems (10 suppliers)
Environmental Control Systems maintain and control heating, cooling, humidity, air quality and pressure for buildings, rooms, spaces and vehicles.
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Evaporative Coolers (141 suppliers)
Evaporative coolers are cooling devices that use the evaporation of water into the air to cool the air temperature. They are sometimes called air coolers, desert coolers or swamp coolers.
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Fans and Blowers (industrial) (1,490 suppliers)
Industrial fans and blowers are move air and ganular media in industrial and commercial settings. Typical applications include air circulation for personnel, exhaust, or material handling.
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Fluid Heat Transfer Systems (119 suppliers)
Fluid heat transfer systems circulate thermal fluid through process equipment to maintain an even, consistent temperature profile.
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Furnace Parts (8,652 suppliers)
Parts used in the manufacture and repair of furnaces.
Furnaces (industrial) (454 suppliers)
Industrial furnaces are built of several kinds of high temperature (refractory) materials to hold the process material and hold in the heat without breaking down during the several months that they usually run.
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Heat and Energy Recovery Systems (265 suppliers)
Heat and energy recovery systems recover useful energy in one of several forms for use in a related or unrelated process system. This energy can be recaptured from heat, flow, pressure, and/or gases.
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Heat Exchangers (1,417 suppliers)
Heat exchangers are commonly used in a wide variety of industrial, chemical, and electronics processes to transfer energy and provide required heating or cooling.
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Heat Pipes (52 suppliers)
Heat Pumps (290 suppliers)
Heat pumps are reverse cycle air conditioners. They use a compression cycle system to supply heat or remove heat from a temperature-controlled space.
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Heat Transfer Fluids and Thermal Oils (158 suppliers)
Heat transfer fluids, thermal oils, circulating coolants, and heater liquids are used to carry thermal energy in process heating and machine cooling applications.
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Heat Treatment Salts (15 suppliers)
Heat treatment salt is melted to form a molten salt bath, which is used to anneal, solution treat, quench or harden, temper, clean, strip, descale, braze, sodler, nitride, carbonitride, carbuize, and cure rubber.
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Heating Furnaces (218 suppliers)
Heating furnaces convert gas, oil, electricity or other fuels into heat for distribution within a structure. They are the central heating devices within HVAC systems.
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Humidifiers (industrial) (174 suppliers)
HVAC Chillers (197 suppliers)
Heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) chillers are refrigeration systems that provide cooling for industrial and commercial applications. They use water, oils or other fluids as refrigerants.
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HVAC Ductwork (547 suppliers)
HVAC ductwork includes pipe or closed conduits made of sheet metal, fiberglass board, or other suitable material for conducting air to and from an air handling unit.
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HVAC Fans and Blowers (313 suppliers)
HVAC fans and blowers are used to move air through heating, ventilating, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems. They are an integral part of the air handling systems that bring or draw fresh air into buildings.
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Igniters (85 suppliers)
Igniters are used to deliver ignition solutions to boilers, furnaces, burners, dryers, and other heat sources.
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Impellers (138 suppliers)
Impellers are rotating devices that force liquids, gases and vapors in a desired direction. They are widely used in pumping, blowing, and mixing applications.
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Induction Heaters (106 suppliers)
Industrial Heaters and Heating Elements (5,988 suppliers)
Electrical resistance heaters or their internal elements; designed to provide an integrated thermal source for products or systems.
Kilns (industrial) (96 suppliers)
Material Handling and Pneumatic Conveying Blowers (89 suppliers)
Material handling and pneumatic conveying blowers move air through an enclosed system to transport materials. They generate tremendous air flow in a tube (often by a vacuum) to pull granular materials, papers, powders, or pellets from one location to another.
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Ovens (industrial) (484 suppliers)
Industrial ovens are batch or continuous process enclosures or tunnels that are insulated and used for thermal processing. Ovens are lower temperature (usually < 1400° F) thermal processing units, usually without refractory insulation.
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Powder Dryers (53 suppliers)
Pressure Blowers and Fans (147 suppliers)
Pressure blowers and fans are used to create and sustain a positive pressure for inflatable structures, clean rooms, laboratories, and medical facilities. Pressurization blowers are fans that create a positive pressure in a sealed or restricted environment.
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Process Dryers (609 suppliers)
Process dryers are used to remove liquids or moisture from bulk solids, powders, parts, continuous sheets or other liquids by evaporation or sublimation.
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Refrigerant Recovery Machines (22 suppliers)
Refrigerant recovery machines are used to remove refrigerants from cooling equipment according to EPA standards. Technicians use these devices before maintaining or repairing air conditioners, freezers or refrigerators. The refrigerant is recovered into a tank for subsequent recycling or reuse.
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Refrigeration Compressors and Air Conditioning Compressors (177 suppliers)
Refrigeration compressors and air conditioning compressors provide air conditioning, heat pumping, and refrigeration for large-scale facilities and equipment. Refrigeration compressors are sometimes called refrigerant compressors.
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Refrigerators and Freezers (industrial) (280 suppliers)
Industrial refrigerators are designed to maintain stored items below room temperature, but above the freezing point of water. Industrial freezers are designed to keep their contents below the freezing point of water (32 degrees Fahrenheit).
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Steam Injection Heaters (28 suppliers)
Steam Traps (231 suppliers)
Steam traps are automatic valves that release condensate from a steam space while preventing the loss of live steam. They also remove air and noncondensables from the steam space.
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Tower Packing (42 suppliers)
Tower packing and tower fill materials are used in cooling towers to provide a high surface area for steam condensation without restricting air flow.
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Vaporizers (60 suppliers)
Vaporizers are heat exchangers that convert liquefied gases to a warm gaseous product. The heat source can be ambient air, steam or water.
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