Pipe Freeze Protection End Seal Termination Kit (Hazardous Location Rated)
PRO-Tect: Pipe Freeze Protection Self-Regulating Heating Cable Description
This three-piece kit is used to properly terminate a run of cut-to-length pipe freeze protection cable. It includes: a main end seal box, a seal plate, and a sealing grommet. The kit is rated NEMA 4X waterproof and should be installed beneath any insulation used for installation.
The use of another manufacturer's end seal kit with a WarmlyYours pipe freeze protection system will void the warranty.
This kit is Hazardous Location Rated.
Warranty / Certifications
|Hazardous Locations Ratings||Class l, Div. 2, Groups A, B, C, D Class ll, Div. 2, Groups E, F, G Class lll|
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Customer Questions & Answers
PRO-Tect: Pipe Freeze Protection Self-Regulating Heating Cable has 21 Questions and Answers.
No. They are not designed to be powered by DC voltage. They must be used with AC voltage.
Simply put, yes--the right type of heat tape will really keep your pipes from freezing. By applying gentle heat, heat tape can prevent the water in your pipes from turning to ice and blocking the flow of water--or worse. Combined with proper insulation, heat tape regulates the overall temperature of your water pipes.
We sell three different max power outputs: 10W/ft. 8W/ft., and 5W/ft. Because these cables are self-regulating, the actual power output will depend on the temperature (i.e. the lower the temperature, the higher the power output).
The amount of cable needed depends on the size and type of pipe, and on the lowest expected temperature. Once you know the type of pipe (metal or plastic), pipe diameter, length of pipe, and the minimum expected temperature, you can use this form to request a quote. Just follow the instructions on the form to get it back to us.
Self-regulating heating cables, like PRO-Tect: Pipe Freeze Protection cables, use a conductive polymer core, which continually adjusts its heat output.
This is why this type of cable, unlike some heat tapes, won’t burn out if it is wrapped closely together, overlapped, or overinsulated. This also means lower operating costs and increased energy efficiency.
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