Since its establishment in 1980, Bylin Engineered Systems has successfully engineered and installed winter freeze protection solutions throughout the United States and western Canada. Commercial and residential customers have benefited from all of our products - from installing the Snowmelt system to keep the plaza area around the Sears Tower in Chicago clear of snow and ice to the residential homes in Lake Tahoe using our patented Roof Ice Melt system to keep damaging icicles and ice dams from forming on their roofs. Our energy efficient, cost effective solutions can take the worry of winter weather from your mind.
Bylin Engineered Systems endeavors to use its engineering expertise to engineer and supply reliable and energy efficient snow and ice melt equipment at an affordable price and to provide its customers with complete engineered systems.
Bylin Engineered Systems' team has over 50 years of experience in providing custom winter freeze protection designs for residential applications, large commercial development projects and industrial heat tracing applications. As energy costs continue to soar, our engineering team couples high performance heating cables with custom control systems to provide the most energy efficient snow and ice melt systems available.
Bylin recognizes that time is of the essence when the purchase and installation of heating cable systems is concerned. As a result, Bylin typically maintains over 200,000 feet of heating cable in inventory for immediate shipment to our customers.
Bob Bylin P.E. - President
Prior to starting Bylin Systems in 1980, Bob Bylin was the Marketing and Systems Engineering Manager for Raychem. His career also includes project management for Chevron. Bob has actively participated in Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) National Standards and is recognized as one of the industry’s leading experts on heating cable design and applications. Bob holds a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Iowa State University and a Masters Degree in Mechanical Engineering from Stanford University. Bob also holds a Professional Engineer's License.