Farnam Announces New Low Cost Temperature Controller

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Farnam Custom Products announces their New Low Cost Temperature Controller, the Control Cube™. This is a low cost, compact, temperature control panel for process heaters.

Farnam Custom Products announces its new Control Cube™. This is a low cost, compact, temperature controller for process air heaters.

Farnam’s Engineering Manager, Dexter Diepholz, explains “there was a void in the marketplace for a low cost temperature control panel with great functionality. We’re excited that our Control Cube™ has broken new ground. It’s very economical and very practical. We designed it to precisely control all heaters including the very efficient low mass air heaters that need real responsive thermal control systems.”

The Control Cube is offered in a 10 amp and a 15 amp version. Farnam has other Temperature Controllers for higher amperage requirements up to 40 amps. The new Control Cube gives the same reliability and performance as larger panels while its small scale and cost are a perfect fit for systems that don’t exceed 15 amps. You can visit detailed information about the Control Cube™ on their website http://www.Farnam-Custom.com/air_heaters/ControlCube.htm

Farnam provides innovative products, excellent customer service, cost effective manufacturing, responsive deliveries and a strong ISO 9001 Quality System.

Founded in 1982, Farnam started with one employee and a client who wanted an improved thermal system for their product. Farnam helped them exceed all of their objectives.

They have grown 60 fold since that first year thanks to the development of a very talented, helpful staff and a process for generating successful air heater solutions for each client.

Farnam is located in Arden, North Carolina 20 minutes from Asheville. Farnam is conveniently located one mile from the Asheville Airport (AVL). Contact Farnam directly by phone or email or visit them online for detailed product information http://www.Farnam-Custom.com.

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