Eliminate much of the complexity and cost of having several devices to ensure continuous operations and efficient performance, with Watlow’s user-friendly F4T® temperature and process controller. Learn more
The relationship of how materials expand or contract through temperature change is driven by the coefficient of thermal expansion or CTE of those materials and is a critical factor when designing a heater.
Machines have become increasingly connected, with information created and tabulated in real-time and then shared across various communication points. One of the most important technologies impacting process heating is data logging.
Updating your temperature controller or adding a new system to your facility does not have to take hours, thanks to the Watlow® pre-configured F4T®. Learn more.
Serial drivers and the Ethernet are major components in field communications within the infrastructure of advanced heating products. Learn more.
Converting from traditional gas-fired equipment is an attractive option for many companies thanks to recent advances in heat exchanger technology and process controlling by Watlow®. Read more.
Transitioning to a new process controller does not need to be an arduous process. Watlow® has created the new F4T® with retrofitting in mind. This means you can be back up and running in as little time as possible.
Cascade control involves the use of two discrete control loops. Learn how cascade control can improve your process.
Setting up a control loop in PID controllers is an intricate process that has to be executed with the utmost precision. This article walks through the process.
Modern process controllers not only help suppliers in the aerospace industry to comply more easily with Nadcap requirements and speed up audits—they also help guarantee quality. A great example of such a controller is Watlow’s F4T, which incorporates batch mode functionality and hassle-free, pre-formatted reports.