Catalytic Heaters (Explosion-Proof Infrared Gas, Standard Unit) WX
The Cata-Dyne™ WX Series infrared gas catalytic explosion-proof heaters are the industry standard for hazardous location heating needs. They are available in over twenty, three-inch depth cabinet sizes, with gas, electrical and accessory connections on the back side of the heater. These are the heaters of choice for many of our customers who have come to trust their reliability.
Catalytic Heater (Explosion-Proof Infrared Gas, Side Mount Controls) MKII
Our Cata-Dyne™ MKII Series explosion-proof catalytic heater has sleek side mount controls ideal for customers seeking to reduce costs with easier and quicker heater installation.
Catalytic Heaters (Explosion-Proof Infrared Gas, Slim Line) WXS
The Cata-Dyne™ WXS Series “Slim Line” explosion-proof catalytic heater is everything our WX Series heater has become renowned for with the added feature of a more compact 1 ½” (38 mm) thick stainless steel cabinet. This design versatility allows it to be used in both traditional installations and in compact enclosures for valves, regulators and instrumentation.
Catalytic Heaters (Industrial Infrared Gas) G
The Cata-Dyne™ G Series infrared gas catalytic heater is designed for use in non-hazardous heating applications such as infrared drying and curing ovens. It is fitted with a patented high temperature catalyst pad, operates on either natural or propane fuel and is available in a wide variety of cabinet sizes.
Instrument Gas Preheater AC-HE
The Cata-Dyne™ instrument gas preheater is the preferred solution for the oil and gas industry providing freeze protection for instrument supply gas, pilot actuated regulators and related applications. The heating unit comes pre-piped in a compact stainless steel casing with a Cata-Dyne™ explosion-proof heater, a stainless steel preheating tube and a regulator. After start-up, these dependable units will continue to supply preheated instrument gas practically maintenance free.
Line Heater LH
The Cata-Dyne™ LH Line Heater prevents equipment freezing and possible hydrate formation during pressure reduction at natural gas regulating sites. The LH Line Heater heats the gas stream using infrared radiant heat transfer, eliminating the use of burners, glycol fluid and high maintenance heat exchange systems. It is also used to condition fuel gas for natural gas fired turbines or engines, and for heating gas and diluent streams in a variety of process applications. Custom engineered units for non-standard applications are available.