Industrial Temperature Controllers

Are you struggling to control the temperature of your projects? Temperature control is crucial in various industrial settings, but it can be a challenge to manage effectively. Whether you’re dealing with hazardous materials, sensitive equipment, or extreme weather conditions, Powerblanket has the expertise and solutions to help. Our advanced temperature control systems allow you to monitor and adjust temperatures remotely, giving you peace of mind and total control over your operations.

Here are some of the benefits of using Powerblanket’s temperature control solutions:

  • Smart total temperature control that enables you to check and adjust temperature thresholds remotely
  • Simple, convenient, and precise monitoring and control of your valuable materials and equipment
  • Elimination of guesswork and risk associated with your assets
  • Automation and monitoring options for increased efficiency
  • Ready-to-ship products and custom solutions available to fit your specific needs

Say goodbye to the hassle of temperature control and hello to the simplicity and precision of Powerblanket’s temperature controllers. Learn more about our solutions and how they can help you achieve optimal temperature control in your industrial processes.

Industrial Temperature Control


Total temperature control keeps processes running smoothly


Keep operations running in adverse and cold conditions


Not a standard system? Powerblanket engineers design freeze protection solutions for all applications


Easily installed, removed, and relocated


ETL certified to UL & CSA safety standards

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Temperature Control Categories

  • Heat Trace Control Panels

    PowerTrace control panels provide accurate high performance control and monitoring of your heat trace system. Heat Trace control panels come in a variety of pre designed freeze protection or process maintain configurations. Custom designs are also available. 120-600 vac designs with integrated process control, ground fault monitoring, remote and wireless capability and many other features are available.

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  • Process Heat Control Panels

    Temperature controllers are designed to control the heating or cooling of a given process. All temperature controllers must have a temperature sensor input of some kind, a way of setting the desired temperature, and a method of turning on or off the source of heating or cooling.
    With a firm grip on your process heating system, you can focus on other parts of your organization while allowing Powerblanket temperature controllers to carry out the task of monitoring temperatures of your products and materials. Stop wasting time with constant checkups when you could be addressing more pressing issues relevant to your bottom line.

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  • Temperature Controllers

    PowerBlanket temperature controllers provide a wide selection of simple and tough out of the box control solutions. When your process has one heat load to control, we can provide the best solution for your facility. From a simple single thermostat all the way to a controller that will monitor for voltage, current and ground fault-PowerBlanket has you covered. From 120V to 480v, direct load or pilot duty.

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Common Temperature Control Questions

Q: What is the role of a temperature controller in industrial applications?
A: Temperature controllers are designed to get a product or process up to temperature and hold it there. The temperature controller is always designed to sense or know where the current desired process temperature is. When that sensed temperature is not what it should be, the controller can control the process system designed to get back into range.

Q: What is a temperature controller and how does it work?
A: A temperature controller is a device used to keep a process or system at a specific temperature. Controllers receive input from a temperature sensor, and once the controller sees that the temperature is out of range, it is designed to call for an increase in the output to the heater or cooling system that can bring that system back into range.

Q: What is a temperature controller used for?
A: Temperature controllers are used to control critical temperatures to a specific set temperature. Processes include curing, cooking, heating, cooling or chilling, or just simply maintaining current temperature.

Q: What is the role of a temperature controller in industrial applications?
A: The temperature controller is the brains of your process heating system. By monitoring the input from the temperature sensor, it can determine when to turn on the process that will satisfy the temperature range.

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