About the Farnam Difference
In 1982 we started this company with one goal in mind. We wanted to offer OEM's a new level of responsiveness, creativity, and efficiency to air and surface heating systems. We knew that by sharing our knowledge and experience we could help OEM's greatly enhance the performance, reliability, and cost effectiveness of their systems and products.
Farnam has always been active in a broad range of industries and heating applications. These diverse markets give us great stability in addition to insights and experience from many fields. We apply this knowledge.
Farnam has always been managed in a financially responsible manner. We operate for the long term and value our relationships with suppliers, associates, and our customers. Farnam is frequently the only source for the items we supply, so reliability and responsiveness have always been our core values.
We are proud to be ISO certified. A large number of our products are also produced with UL certification.
Thanks to creative systems and efficient short run capabilities, we're a very cost effective manufacturer. Our ISO 9001 Quality System is a strong tool which serves Farnam and our customers well.
We've changed and grown. But, what hasn't changed is the reason we began in the first place - to partner with clients and provide them with effective heating element solutions which improve their products.
We have a record of designing outstanding solutions for a wide variety of industries. Visit our Industry Applications page to learn about a few of the many industries we serve.
We develop innovative solutions and we have a past to prove it. Take a look at any of the case histories below to see how we've gone above and beyond our clients needs, time and time again.
A very small precision heat torch used to make film cuvettes in real time for blood storage and testing on board the Instrument. Fits in a very small space (1" profile). Heats to 380°F in 3.5 seconds.
We designed a heater to fit in a small space and operate safely in a hospital operating room, with oxygen nearby and patient connected to other machines.
We designed a very open heater with little pressure drop to fit into a very small space. The sturdy construction helps it withstand the force of the air flow.
A system that provides uniform heat distribution, reliability, and low operational cost.