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3/28/2005

CLEPCO

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CLEPCO provides immersion heaters ranging from 500 - 36,000 watts in stainless steel, titanium, quartz and teflon™ to meet chemical resistance needs.

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CLEPCO provides immersion heaters ranging from 500 - 36,000 watts in stainless steel, titanium, quartz and teflon™ to meet chemical resistance needs.  A full line of temperature controllers ranging from simple, non-indicating to computer interfacing indicating controls is provided to complement the heaters.  As always, safety first, the company's heaters are fused to prevent fires and it offers additional liquid level control options. 

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