There are key manufacturers in the hot oil machine industry. While this page doesn't describe all of them, we hope to give you an overview and description of the major companies.
Sterling's future is built on a strong past, reaching back to 1916, when Sterling Engineering Company began manufacturing valves, traps, and condensate pumps for steam and hot water systems. These products are still manufactured by Sterling's Steam Control Division. Sterling has a worldwide sales network staffed with trained representatives knowledgeable in process applications. They are responsive, providing useful information and technical assistance.
Mokon has set the standard for high quality circulating liquid temperature control systems since 1955. The company's corporate engineers responsible for the manufacture of a line of proprietary plastic closures used worldwide, originally developed a temperature control system to meet their own exacting need for a compact, safe, and efficient means of maintaining close control over their fast-cycle injection molding machines – hence Mokon was born.
For over 55 years, through the development of new products, refinement of existing designs, and our ability to create custom engineered solutions, Mokon has consistently demonstrated its ability to foresee the evolving needs of customers in plastics, die casting, food processing, pharmaceutical, chemical processing, rubber, printing, converting, and many other industries.
Regloplas, based in St. Gallen, Switzerland, maintains a wholly owned North American headquarters in St. Joseph, Michigan. With thousands of applications operating in the United States, Regloplas Corporation is established to provide technical assistance, sales and service support for our customers in the United States, Canada and Mexico. Regloplas Corporation is equipped to offer full service, full temperature run-up for all voltages and load ranges. Regloplas Corporation is also stocked with an inventory of replacement parts available for immediate delivery.