These steel mounting brackets are designed to mount Cata-Dyne™ heaters away from the wall, providing safe and easy access to the back of the heater. Brackets for the MKII model are half the length of the standard brackets, allowing installation of the heater even closer to the wall.
This venting system is intended for use with the Cata-Dyne™ MKII model heaters to vent the by-products of a catalytic reaction (carbon dioxide and water vapour) outside the building where the heater is in use. Each assembly consists of an exhaust hood, a 30" long vent pipe, an elbow, flashing and a snowcap.
This venting system is intended for use with Cata-Dyne™ heaters to vent the by-products of a catalytic reaction (carbon dioxide and water vapour) outside the building where the heater is in use. Each assembly consists of an exhaust hood, a 30" long vent pipe, an elbow, flashing and a snowcap.
This unit is designed with a bulb and capillary assembly that automatically regulates the fuel flow to the Cata-Dyne™ heater. The sensing bulb is filled with temperature sensitive liquid, which responds to changes in temperature by expanding or contracting. This modulates the flow of fuel from 100% when heat is required to approximately 30% when the thermostat is satisfied. This unit is typically used to control building temperature for spot and space heating applications.
This type K thermocouple monitors the temperature of both the electrical start-up element and the underside of the catalyst pad inside a Cata-Dyne™ heater.
This safety shut-off valve works in conjunction with a thermocouple to monitor the catalytic reaction in the Cata-Dyne™ heater and ensure it is well established before the fuel supply remains on unattended. It is also designed to shut off the gas supply to the heater automatically if the thermocouple senses that the catalyst has dropped below the activation temperature. The ASV-NT model includes an additional tamper-resistant design to prevent mechanical attempts to fix the valve open and override the valve's safety features.
The Stratafan™ enhances the space heating performance of our industry-leading Cata-Dyne™ Infrared Gas Catalytic Heaters by adding forced convection capabilities, promoting uniform heat distribution in enclosed areas, and reducing temperature stratification and ventilation dead spots. Immediate benefits of using a Stratafan with your Cata-Dyne™ heater include higher overall air temperature, lower humidity levels, and reduced condensation/ice build-up. A unique combination of technical ingenuity and simple construction offer a rugged unit with long service life. The Stratafan™ is compatible with Cata-Dyne™ heaters of any size using our selection of mounting kits.
The multi-function valve works in conjunction with a thermocouple to monitor the catalytic reaction in the Cata-Dyne™ heater to ensure it is well established before the fuel supply remains on unattended. It is also designed to shut off the gas supply to the heater automatically if the thermocouple senses that the catalyst has dropped below the activation temperature. This unit functions as a non-electric combination of a safety shut-off valve and a thermostat control.
The safety shut-off valve works in conjunction with a thermocouple to monitor the catalytic reaction in the Cata-Dyne™ heater and ensure it is well established before the fuel supply remains on unattended. It is also designed to shut off the gas supply to the heater automatically if the thermocouple senses that the catalyst has dropped below the activation temperature.
Protection grills affixed to Cata-Dyne™ heaters are installed to protect personnel and objects from coming into direct contact with the face of the heater. They are available in two styles: Strap-On and Snap-On. Strap-On grills are bolted to the heater box with straps, whereas Snap-On grills snap on to the bezel of the heater for quick and easy installation without the need for tools or hardware.
This propane fitting adapter is used as a straight adapter to reduce a propane cylinder adapter to 1/4" NPT.
The Manual Shut-Off Ball Valve is designed for installation upstream of all auxiliary heater controls to shut off the main fuel supply to the Cata-Dyne™ heater if required. It is supplied standard for all CSA-approved Cata-Dyne™ heaters.
This unit uses a pressure gauge and PVC tube to accurately test and measure the gas pressure going into a Cata-Dyne™ heater. The tube end connects to the gas test port of the Safety Shut-Off Valve.
The Cata-Dyne™ line of Gas Pressure Regulators are designed to provide precise control of gas or propane flow, and are part of the piping system connected to the Cata-Dyne™ heaters. There are three types of regulators available, suitable for different applications. The Appliance Regulator controls the manifold pressure on Cata-Dyne™ heaters fuelled by natural gas. The Service or Low Pressure Regulator works with all Cata-Dyne™ heater models operating on LPG or natural gas. It serves as a natural gas low pressure line regulator when used in conjunction with the gas appliance regulator. The High Pressure Regulator has a similar function to the Low Pressure, but features much higher maximum inlet and outlet pressures, and is installed upstream of any other regulators provided.
This versatile braided rubber gas hose is intended to carry and deliver natural and propane gas to the Cata-Dyne™ heaters
This structure is designed for mounting Cata-Dyne™ heaters at floor level, allowing them to be placed closer to the objects being heated while providing added mounting flexibility over standard wall mount systems.
These battery cables/electric start-up leads are designed for starting a 12V Cata-Dyne™ heater from a battery or other external 12V power supply. These cables are normally provided with 12V systems.
This sturdy mountable storage cabinet is ideal for storing battery start-up leads or other accessories, offering protection from adverse weather conditions.
FLO-DRI Series Compressed Gas Scrubbing Systems are designed for gas conditioning of fuel gas from natural gas wells at the point of use to remove aerosols, contaminants, H2S, moisture, oil and solids. This process eliminates the costly down time associated with instrument and catalytic heater failure caused by the presence of these substances. The system is engineered for long life, featuring easy cartridge change out, low pressure drop, low maintenance and low cost operation.
The Super Conductor Enclosure‘s innovative design transfers heat using heat conducting rods, creating a moisture free heat source. The super conductor provides dry penetrating heat for small enclosures housing batteries, radio controls and other moisture sensitive equipment.
The Rotary Meter Enclosure is designed to prevent freezing of wet gas and creation of hydrates that can cause meters to fail or provide inaccurate readings
The Regulator Enclosure is specifically designed to provide freeze protection for a wide variety of natural gas pipeline regulators. Enclosures are designed for specific regulators and generic applications.
The Pipe Preheater Enclosure is designed to heat gas upstream of valves, chokes, orifice fittings and regulators. Commonly installed in locations where the valves, chokes, orifice fittings and regulators are not easily accessible.
The Orifice Fitting Meter Enclosure heats an orifice fitting directly. The enclosure has an easily accessible entry for the orifice fitting adjustment. The assembly is designed to heat natural gas passing through the orifice to prevent icing and the dropout of liquids.
The Motor Valve Enclosure heats the critical portions of the motor valve to prevent freezing.
The Cata-Dyne™ Catalytic Heater Enclosure Packages use radiant heat to prevent freezing and hydrate formations found in natural gas pipeline pressure reduction locations, natural gas metering, measuring and valves. The heart of the Cata-DyneTM heater enclosure assembly is the industry standard Cata-DyneTM WX, BX and WXS gas catalytic heater.
The Cata-DyneTM WX, BX and WXS brings trademark quality, durability and performance to provide the most consistently reliable radiant heat source available. Mounted within a self contained stainless steel enclosure, heater locations are strategically positioned to apply direct infrared heat to meters, valves and controls.
'G' SERIES Catalytic Pad -NON HAZARDOUS AREAS The Cata-Dyne™ BX Series infrared gas catalytic heater with 'G' Series catalytic pad is designed for use in non-hazardous heating applications such as infrared drying and curing ovens. It is fitted with a patented high temperature catalyst pad, operates on either natural or propane fuel and is available in a wide variety of cabinet sizes.
'X' SERIES Catalytic Pad - HAZARDOUS AREAS (Only sold in the USA) BX Series heaters are used in many different applications that involve spot or space heating where hazardous materials may be present.
The Cata-Dyne™ WX Series infrared gas catalytic explosion-proof heaters are the industry standard for hazardous location heating needs. They are available in over twenty, three-inch depth cabinet sizes, with gas, electrical and accessory connections on the back side of the heater.These are the heaters of choice for many of our customers who have come to trust their reliability.
The Cata-Dyne™ WXS Series "Slim Line" explosion-proof catalytic heater is everything our WX Series heater has become renowned for with the added feature of a more compact 1 ½” (38 mm) thick stainless steel cabinet. This design versatility allows it to be used in both traditional installations and in compact enclosures for valves, regulators and instrumentation.
The Cata-Dyne™ Sure Seal™ pipeline system is a unique infrared heating system consisting of a number of Cata-Dyne™ heaters mounted in a clamshell frame configuration to provide a safe and fast method of applying heat to the construction and maintenance of various sizes of pipeline systems.
Our Cata-Dyne™ MKII Series explosion-proof catalytic heater has sleek side mount controls ideal for customers seeking to reduce costs with easier and quicker heater installation.
The Cata-Dyne™ Micro Line Heater prevents equipment freezing and possible hydrate formation during pressure reduction at natural gas regulating sites. The Micro Line Heater heats the gas stream using infrared radiant heat transfer from Cata-Dyne™ WX heaters. The Cata-Dyne™ Micro Line Heater’s use of direct infrared heat transfer results in an environmentally favorable installation free of burners, heat transfer fluids and noise. High field maintenance and operating costs are all eliminated by the Cata-Dyne™ Micro Line Heater. Custom engineered units for non-standard applications are available.
The Cata-Dyne™ CHS Series Heating Package is the industry standard for space and spot heating applications where flammable gases, vapours or liquids may be present. Equipped with explosion-proof infrared heaters, this package comes standard or custom designed to meet any unique application. The Cata-Dyne™ infrared heaters are controlled either manually or with an integrated hazardous locations control panel.
The Cata-Dyne™ LH Line Heater prevents equipment freezing and possible hydrate formation during pressure reduction at natural gas regulating sites. The Cata-Dyne™ Line Heater heats the gas stream using infrared radiant heat transfer, eliminating the use of burners, glycol fluid and high maintenance heat exchange systems. It is also used to condition fuel gas for natural gas fired turbines or engines, and for heating of gas and diluent streams in a variety of process applications. Custom engineered units for non-standard applications are available. As a subset to custom engineered units, only CCI Thermal offers a Catalytic/Electric Hybrid Line Heater. A secondary electric gas circulation heater augments the capabilities of the base catalytic line heater providing enhanced responsiveness to gas flow transients and deeper turn-down capabilities.