TROY, MI - Check Corporation's durable Mold-in-Place seat heater systems are available to deliver warmth and comfort to operators of construction, agricultural and industrial equipment.
Designed to integrate directly into the OE seats, Check's Mold-in-Place seat heater systems feature one, two or three regulated temperature levels to provide desired heat for the equipment operator.  Before the seat cushions are formed, the seat heating elements are adhered to the back of the cover material.  When the foam is poured into the cavity, Check's seat heaters become an integral part of the seat cushion, lying just below the seat surface to provide optimum heat distribution and lasting durability.   

"Our goal at Check is to deliver an extra level of warmth and durability to off-road equipment like skid steers, harvesting equipment and lift trucks so operators who are in these vehicles for long durations in cold environments can be more comfortable and, ultimately, more productive," said Tom Stuef, sales manager, Check Corporation.
Check's Mold-in-Place seat heater systems work with both vinyl and fabric covered cushions, and some feature an electronic control modules with automatic one-hour shut off for safety.  The seat heater elements have passed SAE-J-1454 testing for off-road durability tests and they are waterproof.  Each system is backed with a one- to three-year warranty depending on the seat or the equipment warranty.

Founded in 1993, Check Corporation is a pioneer in applying flexible heating technology for a variety of markets, including healthcare, automotive, power sports, commercial, marine, aviation and off-road equipment.  With a focus on research and product innovation, Check Corp. manufactures custom-fit heat and heat/massage systems for use in a variety of OE and aftermarket applications.  For more information on the extensive product line, visit or call 800-Warms-Up (927-6787).