Inditherm plc has established itself as a cost-effective provider of innovative solutions to difficult heating problems using its unique, carbon-based polymer technology. Based near Rotherham in South Yorkshire, England, Inditherm develops and manufactures heating solutions for markets as diverse as confectionary and food processing, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, oil & gas, medical, utilities, construction and sport. The company was floated on the London Stock Exchange (AIM) in 2001.
Applications include patient warming and heat therapy within the medical sector, critical temperature management for industrial processes, accelerated concrete curing in construction and pitch heating within sports stadia and training grounds.
The Company's unique, patented, conductive polymer technology (CPT) operates at extra low voltages (generally 24V or 48V ac) and generates uniform heat output over its entire surface area. The operating temperature is from ambient up to 100°C (240°F). CPT's fabric-like qualities mean that it can be fitted over almost any shape, as well as being ideal for heating large areas, such as concrete decks and sports grounds.
One of the main benefits of Inditherm is that it costs much less to run than traditional methods of heating, such as hot water, steam or electrical trace heating. This is because of the way it transmits heat into its surroundings. Combined with our expertise in insulation, Inditherm can help companies reduce their energy bills and carbon emissions, which is becoming an increasingly important consideration for environmentally conscious companies throughout the world.
Inditherm displayed their LifeStart neonatal resuscitation unit at the recent international conference titled “Transitional Care - Cutting the Cord, organised by Dr David Hutchon and hosted at the University of Birmingham, UK....
Inditherm Medical has secured orders to equip all theatres in four further NHS Trusts in the last four months. The Trusts concerned will equip nine hospitals between them ...
Inditherm Medical has released a novel resuscitation unit, LifeStart and will be showing it at the Arab Health exhibition later this month. The product is designed to facilitate delayed cord clamping (DCC) by providing resuscitation at the bedside...
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