Engineered Roof Deicing’ Heat Trace Cable is perfect for use with heating your roof and/or gutter, with our deicing technology, or with your other outdoor heating needs. The heat cable is designed to serve the most demanding environments including hazardous and non-hazardous areas, as well as areas where corrosives may be of concern.
Heat Trace Cable is designed to maintain temperatures up to 150°F (65°C) and can withstand temperatures up to 185°F (85°C). The heat cable is certified to all applicable CSA (CUS) standards for use throughout North America. It is suitable for metallic and non-metallic roofs, pipes, gutters, tanks and vessels.
ECD-1205 120V 5 watts per foot
ECD-1206 120V 6 watts per foot
ECD-1208 120V 8 watts per foot
ECD-12010 120V 10 watts per foot
ECD-2405 240V 5 watts per foot
ECD-2406 240V 6 watts per foot
ECD-2408 240V 8 watts per foot
ECD-24010 240V 10 watts per foot
National Electrical Codes both require ground-fault protection of equipment. Ground-fault protection of components and each heating cable branch circuit reduces the danger of fire caused by continuous electrical arcing resulting from improper installation or damage to the heating cable. Following are some of the ground-fault breakers that satisfy this equipment protection requirement: Square D Type QOB-EPD or QO-EPD and Cutler Hammer (Westinghouse) Type QBGFEP.
While heat cables can be a great solution for some situations, homeowners should be careful on spending money on a product that may not be effective for their problem. Sometimes, a more intuitive solution is necessary.
Automatic Activation means Lower Deicing Costs
Reliable Rain And Snow Detection
Full 30A @ 240VAC Control
Field Strap for 100-120/200-240 VAC Operation
Replaceable Remote Precipitation Sensor
Easy Installation, Full Access to Electronics
Safe Low Voltage Sensor Head
Adjustable Temperature Trigger Point
Adjustable Delay Off Cycle
Bright Off/On/Triggered LED Status Indicator
Smart “Manual On” Operates for One Delay Cycle