Industrial and commercial piping, tanks, floor warming systems and temperature maintenance systems may require a higher level control mechanism to energize and monitor the heating system when the temperature falls below setpoint. Thermostats are the most economical means of on/off control available, but do not allow the customer the ability to monitor the functionality of the system. Thermal Fluidics, Inc. offers a diverse line of products specifically designed to control and monitor heat trace systems.

Boston
Phone 508-878-7308
Fax 508-455-2968
Hartford/New Haven
Phone 203-265-6171
Fax 203-265-6174
Baltimore
Phone 443-336-8679
Fax 410-263-6498
Thermal Fluidics, Inc.
Controllers
Specializing in the Design & Supply of Electric Heat Trace Systems
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TraceMate
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MS-2101/2 Controller
Single Circuit, On/Off Heat Trace Control w/Integral GFEPD, Power-On and Alarm Status Indicicating Lights
Alarm Relay Contact Output
Microprocessor-Based Single Circuit Heat Trace Controller w/Integral GFEPD, Power-On Indicicating Lights
Alarm Relay Contact Output
Microprocessor-Based One or Two-Circuit Heat Trace Controller w/Integral GFEPD, Monitors Heater Current, Ground Fault
and Temperature, Alarm Relay Contact Output
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Mastertrace Controller
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TraceMate-II-CTR
Microprocessor-Based Two-Circuit Heat Trace Controller w/Integral GFEPD, Power-On Indicicating Lights
Alarm Relay Contact Output
Microprocessor-Based One, Two, Five or Ten Circuit Heat Trace Modules w/Integral GFEPD, Monitors Heater Current, Ground Fault and Temperature, Alarm Relay Contact Output
Sentry 30, GFEPD Relay
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