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Aerospace Applications
Aerospace Applications


Aerospace Applications

Aerospace applications require heating products that conform to exact specifications. These commonly involve extremely high temperatures. Also considered are weight restrictions, exceptional performance characteristics, harsh operating environments, and large temperature variations. Due to these factors, we engineer custom heaters designed for a wide variety of applications which include freeze protection and cabin comfort to polymer curing and jet engine testing. To conclude, our heaters can withstand the extreme conditions found in the aerospace industry, providing necessary heating in mission-critical applications. Additionally, TUTCO understands that security is of the utmost importance. As a result, we will work with you to provide a solution that is customized to your needs. We can also provide production runs as large or small as needed.


Aircraft Freeze Protection
Combustion Research
Component Testing
Valve Flow Simulation
Test Stands
Maintenance Repair and Overhaul (MRO)

Ruggedized HVAC
Missles and Guided Munitions
Inflight probes and detectors
Enclosure Heaters
Fuel Tanks and Battery
Control Systems

Polymer Curing
Rapid Paint Drying
Explosives Detection

Aerospace Applications & Solutions

Flow Torch™ 600

Efficient heating of large volume airflows (up to 1100 SCFM) at low pressures (max. pressure of 3 PSIG). Maximum output temperature of 900ºF. Ideal for a variety of industrial applications including drying and curing.

Polyimide Heaters

Thin, highly precise heaters with excellent dielectric strength. Rapid heat up followed by constant temperature and excellent heat transfer. Ideal for applications with space and weight restrictions. Custom shapes available.

Specialty Flanged Inline Heaters

Custom flanged air heaters for testing and research applications requiring high-temperatures and high-pressure.

Gas Chromatograph Heaters

Gas Chromatograph operators seek greater speed and accuracy for their analytical equipment. Temperature control plays an increasingly important role as equipment evolves to meet demand.