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Companies Serving Near Washington
AIS, Applied Integrated Systems, Inc., is a manufacturer of chemical heaters, chemical chillers, recirculating chillers, heater-chillers, DI water heaters, and high purity heat exchangers, with high reliability, low cost of ownership, and short manufacturing cycle time. Our innovative heaters and chillers offer solutions to a number of challenging applications, all for a competitive, low price.$$$
Hayden Industrial Products is a full-line ISO 9001 and ASME-certified manufacturer of heat exchangers designed specifically for industrial applications. A unique mix of product designs and manufacturing capabilities supports the demands of power generation, construction, fluid power and other industries.$$$
Southwest Thermal Technology designs and manufactures industrial heat exchanger products such as plate exchangers, shell and tube exchangers, hairpin exchangers, finned coils, condensers, cooling towers, drying systems, silencers, separators, and a variety of electric process heaters. Our company was founded in 1997, and has grown to supply a variety of industries all over North America.$$$
At TEMP, we have had 17 years of proven experience servicing major aerospace, defense and electronics firms. We are also AS9100:2008 with AS9100C certified, with a complete finishing fabrication department that features 5 precision CNC Finishing machines, along with tooling to manufacture Aerospace fin. We offer short lead times and precision fins as a specialty.$$$