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Elmwood Sensors - Honeywell  Profile

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Elmwood Sensors - Honeywell  Company Overview

Elmwood Sensors is a global manufacturer of Bimetal Thermostats, Discrete and Packaged Thermisters, Thermal Cut-Offs and and Flexible Heaters designed for application in small appliances, office automation equipment, medical and dental equipment, commercial and military aircraft and aeropace and satellite equipment. Elmwood Sensors is now part of the Thermal Sensors Group of Honeywell Sensing and Control.

Elmwood Sensors - Honeywell  Products

The types of products manufactured by Elmwood Sensors - Honeywell include Bimetal Thermostats, Thermal Fuses, Thermistors, Thermistor Assemblies, Custom Flexible Heaters, Transparent Heaters, and Redi-Temps.

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