Acrolab's headquarters and research and development facilities are located in Windsor, Ontario, Canada, however our business is global. As an innovator and research focused company, we continuously develop new enabling technologies and have two technology licensees, one in the European Union and the other in the United States of America.
Custom Solutions Provider
Acrolab provides three core capabilities to its clients;
• First: A strong research and development (R&D) focus both internally with new product and process development and externally with client-sponsored research projects.
• Second: We provide thermal engineering solutions provided by our team of design and applications engineers, utilizing existing and new technology developments in the area of thermal management to devise novel and innovative solutions to customer challenges in industrial processing.
• Third: Acrolab aims to be a full-service supplier, providing a wide range of thermal electric and auxiliary products that enable our customers to get a complete solution from a single source.
Trademark Products Isobar®, Isoplaten® & Isomandrel®
Our products continue to be developed to improve, enable and enhance current and future production methodologies throughout the world. In the recent past, we have completed several R&D projects with industry leaders in consumer electronics, medical equipment, automotive applications, aerospace and oil & gas. We have also developed key relationships with other industry partners and brought together a team of specialists focused on delivering a comprehensive solution to our customers. From concept and design to prototype and testing, Acrolab provides a complete range of services to our customers.
RTD Temperature Transmitters
Thermocouple Temperature Transmitters
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Isomandrel Thermally Enhanced Mandrels for Filament Wound Pipes, Tubes and Fibre Reinforced Plastics (Solids and Powder Processing Equipment) Hollow composite tube or pipe sections are typically manufactured using a filament winding process. Rotating mandrels are covered with continuous strand glass or carbon fibers which are impregnated... (View Full Article)