Heat and Control

Years in business: 
65+
Number of employees: 
1000+
Service, support & spare parts: 
Equipment for all types of food, pharmaceutical, and non-food products, as well as provide pre- and post-sale technical support, including applications assistance, engineering, installation, parts, service, and training to maintain peak efficiency.
Sales Channel: 
Direct

Plant Locations

City: Hayward
State: California
Country: United States
Type of Service Performed: Manufacturing

Heat and Control

Heat and Control is a world-leading equipment manufacturer, offering the latest technology and the highest quality equipment for processing, coating and seasoning, conveying, weighing, packaging, inspection, and control/information systems and develops innovative solutions for production challenges. Established in 1950, they are a privately-owned company and have 10 manufacturing facilities, 11 testing centers, and more than 30 offices around the world. We specialize in Food processing and cooking, Seasoning and coating application, Conveying and product handling, Weighing and packaging – multihead weighers, snack bagmaking and case packing, tray sealing, filling, Inspection – metal detection, X-ray inspection, checkweighing, and Controls and information systems.
Training: 
They have built an extensive knowledge bank and developed a wealth of experience and expertise with access to production and technical support from a network of engineers, food technicians, field service technicians, skilled tradespeople, and support teams to provide food and non-food manufacturers with the ability to achieve their production goals.
Other services: 
Heat and Control has partnered with other global manufacturing leaders, including Ishida® (weighing packaging and inspection) and CEIA® (metal detection), and their brands include FastBack® (horizontal motion conveyors and on machine seasoning), Mastermatic® (fryers), and Spray Dynamics® (coating and seasoning application systems). They can offer a single machine or can integrate several components into a complete system and assume single-source responsibility.