Our team provides engineering excellence and support to the Power Generation industry. We focus heavily on thermal solutions for stationary fuel cells, fuel gas, steam superheating, and lube oil. Watlow broad quality program is built to ASME Section I, III, VIII, and IX standards as well as NQA-1. Our Power Generation team provides the highest level of thermal solutions design, project management, and documentation to our customers. It is this level of service and experience that differentiates Watlow as the thermal leader among their competition in the Power Generation Industry.
Our Hydrocarbon Refining team develops unparalleled solutions to support challenging projects through the total project life cycle, from conceptual design to commissioning and start-up. The level of services including thermal solutions design, project management, documentation, and start-up support are designed to help our customers win and differentiate themselves.
Our Nuclear team focuses on ASME Section III parts and appurtenances. Watlow’s Nuclear NQA-1 Quality Assurance program provides Safety related heaters, thermocouples, and RTDs. Watlow can offer commercial grade dedication to commercial heaters, thermocouples, RTDs, and Controllers. Our Nuclear team provides the highest level of thermal solutions design, project management, and documentation to our customers. It is this level of service and experience that differentiates Watlow as the thermal leader among their competition in the Nuclear Industry.
Natural Gas Processing
Our Natural Gas Processing team focuses on conception to post-delivery support of projects in pipeline, gas processing, and LNG Import and Export facilities using offices and manufacturing facilities around the world. Watlow offers complete thermal systems including project management, commissioning, and start-up support.
Technical Compliance and Agency Approvals
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WATLOW GAS REGENERATION HEATER HELPS REFINERY MEET CLEAN AIR ACT REGULATIONS
To comply with the Clean Air Act, a coal-fired power plant needed to heat flue gas to 455°C (850°F). The company had never used electric heat in its processes, so they were unsure how to specify their requirements.Read More