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Wrap On Pipe Heating Cable

Prevents frozen water pipes to –50ºF with wrap on pipe heating cable. Simply wrap on, insulate and plug in. Engineered for use on metal and rigid plastic pipes. Uses an exclusive Press-To-Test™ button so you can test the cable before installing. A built-in thermostat turns the cable on at 38ºF. Proven low-wattage design uses up to 70 percent less energy than other cables and protects to –50ºF. An exclusive power sensor light glows when the thermostat is closed.

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Product Description

Each package contains one ready-to-install pipe heating cable along with installation instructions. To install, you will also need PVC/electrical tape, fiberglass pipe insulation, a tape measure and eye protection.

Warning: This cable has been designed for the sole purpose of preventing metal and rigid plastic water filled lines from freezing. DO NOT use this product on fuel lines, drain lines, hoses or buried pipes. Fiberglass pipe wrap is required to complete the installation. Read and follow all instructions. Cables are available in various lengths. See chart to determine the length required for your application.

Two-year limited warranty.

Available Lengths of Pipe Heating Cables

For 45, 60, 80 and 100 ft. length cables, use the following multipliers chart to select appropriate cable length. Multipliers for determining length of pipe heating cable required based on pipe diameter and number of wraps per foot.

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Pipe Heating Cable Selection Charts

For 3 ft. thru 30 ft. cables use the following chart:

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Selection Chart

Pipe Heating Cable Multipliers

For 45, 60, 80 and 100 ft. length cables, use the following multipliers chart to select appropriate cable length. Multipliers for determining length of pipe heating cable required based on pipe diameter and number of wraps per foot.

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Note: The ideal cable spacing is 2 wraps per foot of pipe. If using this multiplier results in a cable length that does not match one of the sizes available, try the other multipliers in the same column to find the wrap spacing which will result in the closest match to a cable size.