White papers: Watlow Electric Manufacturing Company
Watlow® is a global industrial technology company that uses its world-class engineering expertise, advanced thermal systems and manufacturing excellence to provide an array of temperature controllers, power controllers, heating technologies and temperature sensing platforms.
In 2022, Watlow acquired Eurotherm® and can now offer its premium products including PID temperature controllers, recorders and data acquisition capabilities, solid state relays and power controllers, software and systems. Together with Eurotherm, Watlow brings its experience to a variety of industries including semiconductor, energy and environmental technologies, medical, glass, clinical, analytical, and life sciences, to name a few. For the petrochemical and refining Industry, Watlow is manufacturing high-quality heaters, sensors, controls and software for OEMs, EPCs and end users such as refineries.
Since 1922, Watlow has grown in product capability, market experience and global reach. The company holds more than 1000 patents and employs more than 4800 team members working in 13 manufacturing centers and seven advanced technology and development centers in North America, South America, Europe and Asia. Watlow covers 95 countries through sales and distribution offices around the world.
Petrochemical processes have traditionally been heated with fossil fuels for a number of reasons, but the pressure is building to mitigate carbon dioxide emissions and advance long-term decarbonisation goals.
Published on the 01 April 2023
How can industrial companies decrease their carbon footprint and achieve ambitious emission targets by replacing their fired process heaters with electric ones?
Published on the 01 February 2022
The goals of the 2015 Paris Agreement are now playing out, with companies and governments making drastic changes to hit their ambitious targets. While investment in clean energy is a huge part of these changes, it must go hand-in-hand with the further electrification of industrial processes. Read this white paper to find out more.
Published on the 01 September 2021
Because of climate change and tougher emissions regulations, companies in LNG and other industries feel the pressure to decarbonise. One way to reduce your carbon footprint is to replace fired heaters with electric ones.
Published on the 01 April 2021