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Braude is a trading division of Heatrod Elements Ltd, a member of the Backer Group.

The Braude range of thermal equipment is specifically designed for industrial processes, and includes electric tank heaters, heat exchangers, pumps, controllers and a range of accessories.

We have particular expertise in manufacturing equipment for use in corrosive liquids but over the years our experience has expanded to allow us to supply for the complete needs of our customers throughout their plant, from process tanks to storage tanks and pipelines.

Braude equipment is used worldwide in heavy industry, in factories, laboratories, and harsh environments such as chemical processing and marine applications.

All our products are produced in Heatrod's modern factory in Bolton and our quality systems are accredited by UKAS and approved to ISO 9001:2015.

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