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Switch Heaters (13 companies found)

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  • Kerosene Switch Heater: Item #: 4124-08 The 3-gallon capacity HEATER keeps switchpoints dry in winter. The HEATER is placed between the ties under the tip of the point, with the flame just beneath the point. Temperature extremes may require more than one HEATER for each point. The flame should burn for 96 hours on a...
  • Track Switch Heaters: RECo's full line of track switch heaters and accessories can be found across North America. By leveraging the latest technology in sensing control and heating design, our heaters continue to evolve to ensure maximum switch protection in the most adverse conditions. The product line includes: Gas...
  • Fastrax® HELLFIRE Gas Fired Blower: Fastrax™ HELLFIRE 400 and HELLFIRE 900 series gas fired blowers consist of a blower, combustion chamber, and ducting system that delivers heated air and combustion by-products to the switch mechanism. The blower is an electrically powered centrifugal fan. Air from the blower enters the...
  • Savage Services Corporation
  • Spectrum, Inc. was established in 1965, and is currently headquartered in Brooklyn Heights, Ohio. Today, Spectrum represents the most reliable, flexible and responsive manufacturer of infrared heaters for applications in the rail, utility, casting & forging and warehouse industries. By...
  • Supplier of gas and electric switch heaters and parts and controls, wireless remote control and monitoring systems, snow detectors and a full line of maintenance-of-way products.
  • Established in 1903, nVent ERICO has been an integral rail industry supplier of niche electrical products for over one hundred years. nVent ERICO is the worldwide leader in connecting cables to rails for signaling, grounding and traction power applications. Over the years, we have developed...
  • Signal and signal bungalows; Instrument cases; Piers; Wire way Bridge channel; Buried cable troughing; Custom Enclosures; Sound attenuated enclosures; Electrical and panel assembly including racks and cable trays.