Chromalox Announces Acquisition of ProTrace Engineering

April 27, 2015
Chromalox, a leading manufacturer of advanced thermal technologies, today announced the acquisition of ProTrace Engineering headquartered in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Chromalox, a leading manufacturer of advanced thermal technologies, today announced the acquisition of ProTrace Engineering headquartered in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

ProTrace Engineering offers electrical engineering services, with a focus on providing specialized services in electric heat tracing, temporary construction power and power system protection operations. Adding these capabilities will enable Chromalox to provide front end engineering design (FEED) study services, as well as expand current engineering service offerings, allowing for greater capacity to serve global markets.

“The acquisition of ProTrace was a natural fit for Chromalox as we continue to focus on expanding our engineering services to support our global heat trace business and other power system engineering service offerings,” said Scott Dysert, Chief Executive Officer, Chromalox. “We are excited about welcoming the ProTrace team to the Chromalox family, bringing with them many years of experience in providing specialized electrical engineering services.”

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