Heat Trace Introduces Self-Regulating, Low-Watt-Output Cables

Originally published: 11.27.12 by


Heat Trace Products has introduced a line of self-regulating heating cables that can be cut to length and terminated in the field. The company says the Heat Trace 2700 Series Self-Regulating Heating Cables will not overheat or burnout when overlapped.

The cables feature multi-layer construction and supply a specified amount of heat at any point along their length in direct response to local temperature variations, the company explained.  Capable of maintaining temperatures up to 150°F, with intermittent exposure to 185°F, these cables are offered in output wattages of 3-, 5-, 8-, and 10 w/ft. @50°F.

The Heat Trace 2700 Series Self-Regulating Heating Cables accept 110-227 VAC supply and can be cut and terminated in the field, safely overlapped, and will not overheat or burnout, which provides freeze protection and process temperature maintenance for fluid transport and storage systems, the company said. The cables are   FM, CSA, UL, and CE approved, and they are offered in ordinary and hazardous configurations.

For more information: www.rscc-heattrace.com 

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