DNV GL certifies Chromalox heat trace cables

Chromalox, the manufacturer of industrial heat and control products, received DNV GL certification for a selection of its heat trace cables and accessories. DNV GL, the global certification body, represents the world’s largest ship and offshore classification society and is a technical advisor to the global oil and gas industry and expert for the energy value chain, including renewables and energy efficiency.

The Chromalox SRL, SRP and SRM/E model self-regulating heat trace cables were certified by DNV GL. Additionally, Chromalox received this certification for associated UPC, UMC, UES, RTES and SSK U-series heat trace cable connection kits. The connection kits provide convenient connection to the user’s power wiring in a water-resistant enclosure. DNV GL certifies these products for service in the maritime, offshore oil and gas, and energy industries, including various hazardous locations. Applications reach across all vessel types and offshore structures.

Chromalox self-regulating heat trace cables provide safe, reliable heat tracing for maintaining temperatures of pipes, valves, tanks and similar applications, including freeze protection. The SRL, SRP and SRM/E heat trace cables are designed to maintain temperatures up to 65°C, 110°C and 150°C respectively.

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