Industry Applications

Concrete Curing

No other glycol system offers the reliability and dependability for efficient cold weather concreting. The current TCH250 uses a mixing valve to adjust the supply temperature of what is flowing to the work zone. With the use of the mixing valve the operation of the furnace can remain at 180 degrees. Turning the operating temperature of the furnace down will shortens the life of the furnace. All heating zones register a return temperature for assurance that the area is receiving the required heat necessary for appropriate concrete curing.

Thawzall’s H1350 and H750 flameless heater technology have been accepted as the most reliable heater with the most CFM and static pressure and with the least amount of maintenance over any fluid shearing flameless heater on the market.

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