Microtherm’s temperature, current and voltage protection components featured in new Hawco Quick Pick guide

4th July 2007
Source: Hawco
Posted By : ES Admin
Microtherm’s temperature, current and voltage protection components featured in new Hawco Quick Pick guide
Microtherm’s range of temperature control and current protection devices feature prominently in the new 30-page Quick Pick focus product guide from Hawco Controls, the specialist supplier of industrial automation and control solutions, temperature management and circuit protection devices.
Microtherm’s products – available exclusively in the UK through Hawco – are based on innovative, industry-leading of bi-metal and thermistor technology, and feature international component approvals, including BEAB, VDE, UL and CSA harmonised to EN60730 and the BS EN ISO 9001:2000 standard. Devices on offer include a wide range of RoHS compliant products for both OEM manufacturers and maintenance engineers.

Commented Gary Bennett, recently appointed Sales & Marketing Director, Hawco Group: “Microtherm’s miniature and disk thermostats, thermal fuses and cut-outs, thermistors and motor and transformer protection devices are used in an enormous number of applications that require high quality, sensitive and accurate yet rugged component solutions. From incubators to complex engine temperature control, white goods to showers to boilers, in the pharmaceutical and CCTV industries, Microtherm protection components are relied upon to ensure that systems function safely.”

Hawco stocks a comprehensive range of Microtherm products. Adds Bennett: “Through our Quick Pick off-the-shelf program, customers will have complete flexibility in meeting their short term and long term production needs”.

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