Leading the way in freeze protection
Heat-Line is a sole source, high volume provider of multiple types of industrial and commercial self-regulating heating cables, components and controls. Heat-Line Cut-to-Length freeze protection heating cables are ideal for keeping metallic and non-metallic pipes from freezing. These heating cables provide safe, reliable heat tracing for freeze protection of pipes, valves, tanks and similar applications. Heat-Line brand cut-to-length heating cables are top quality commercial, industrial self-regulating heating cable and power connection kits for ordinary and hazardous locations, roof and gutter de-icing. Along with high quality heating cable solutions Heat-Line offers professional power connection kits for multiple applications. Heat-Line carries major inventories with a full understanding of the products offered and can provide extremely competitive pricing.
Heat-Line offers a complete line of industrial and commercial grade self-regulating heating cables. These heating cables are available in 1000 foot (305 meters) reels or custom cut to specific length requirements. To complement these heating cables Heat-Line offers a large array of power connection and termination control kits.
Heat-Line provides excellent Cut-to-Length heating cables in a large or small order requirements at very competitive prices. These cables can maintain temperatures up to 150°F (65°C) and survive intermittent exposure up to 185°F (85°C) with power applied.
Heat-Line inventories a complete line of low temperature industrial and commercial grade self-regulating heating cables. Medium and high temperature as well as other special types of heating cables are available through special order. Heating cables are available in 1000 foot reels or custom cut to specific length requirements. To complement these heating cables Heat-Line offers a large array of power connection and termination control kits. Insulation and an optional thermostat can be added to the systems to optimize energy efficiency.
Heating cables are available in 110, 120, 208, 240 and 277 volts, and wattages ranging from 3 to 20 watts per foot or 10 to 60 watts per meter. All heating cables meet or exceed most building specifications and carry regulatory approvals from CSA, FM and/or UL for ordinary and hazardous locations when used with the appropriate termination kits. Control options include: ambient and line sensing thermostats, snow melt sensors, ground fault protected thermostats and more.
Heat-Line Cut-to-Length freeze protection heating cables are ideal for keeping metallic and non-metallic pipes from freezing. These heating cables provide safe, reliable heat tracing for freeze protection of pipes, valves, tanks and similar applications. In commercial construction applications, these heaters can be used on a variety of applications such as; cooling towers, chilled water and plumbing pipes, sump discharge pipes, fire protection system piping and exposed P-traps. For Industrial applications, there usage can include; water treatment facilities, vessel freeze protection and safety lines. Cut-to-Length heating cables are also ideal for process temperature maintenance, pipe freeze protection, fluid flow and viscosity maintenance. Medium and high temperature industrial and commercial grade self-regulating heating cables are also available.
All Heat-Line Cut-to-Length heating cables offer the unique and advanced performance of self-regulating heating cable technology. These heaters can effectively increase heat and energy output to sections along its length which are cold and simultaneously reduce heat and energy output to sections which are warm. You never have to worry about heating cable overheating causing risk of melting and fire because of the self-regulating technology. Even in applications where pipes are intended to be dry for short or extended periods of time, the heating cable will never over-heat or melt the pipe. These high quality heaters give you the peace of mind of reliable freeze protection without the risk. It has become an essential product for electricians, engineers and building officials overseeing commercial, industrial and municipal projects to provide safe and reliable pipe freeze protection.
To further increase the energy efficiency of your heating cable product, it is recommended to add thermal insulation and a thermostat. The additional thermal insulation works to reduce heat loss, and the thermostat allows you to duty cycle your system based on external pipe temperature. Both accessories combined can increase energy efficiency by as much as 80%. In applications where pipes will be exposed to atmospheric (free) air, closed-cell or other approved weatherproof insulation is required. Insulation will help to maintain energy efficiency and cold temperature reliability. Insulation is recommended for use in all new applications; however any pipe subjected to outside air must be completely insulated to retain the heat within the pipe.
Cut-to-Length heating cable are used for a variety of applications. Application examples include but are not limited to:
If you feel you have a special or unique application for Cut-to-Length heating cable not listed here, please contact Heat-Line directly and speak with one of our knowledgeable product specialists.
Heat-Line carries a wide range of Cut-to-Length heating cables in stock however, inventory may vary depending on time of year, volume and product requested.
Even for commonly stocked product we recommend contacting Heat-Line for current availability and specific lead times as inventory can change on a regular basis. Custom orders also available, call for availability and lead time.
Included in a cut-to-length system:
Power and End Seal Termination Kits:
|1548-40000||Ordinary pipe trace (power and end seal) FM certified|
|1548-4000C||Ordinary pipe trace (power and end seal) CSA certified|
Ordinary and hazardous pipe trace (power and end seal) CSA certified
|1548-40PTJ||Ordinary and hazardous pipe trace (power only) FM certified|
|1548-40RGP||Roof de-icing (power and end seal) CSA and UL certified|
|SRHC-EC||Ordinary and hazardous pipe trace (end seal only) CSA, FM and UL certified|
Control Devices for Pipe Applications:
|GF-STAT||120/240V hard wire thermostat (CS)|
120/240V hard wire timer (CS)
Accessories for Pipe Applications:
|INSUL-1.00||Insulation sleeve for 1 inch ID pipe (1 5/8 inch ID, 6 ft long)|
|INSUL-1.25||Insulation sleeve for 1 1/4 inch ID pipe (1 7/8 inch ID, 6 ft long)|
|INSUL-2.00||Insulation sleeve for 2 inch ID pipe (2 5/8 inch ID, 6 ft long)|
|INSUL-3.00||Insulation sleeve for 3 inch ID pipe (3 1/2 inch ID, 6 ft long)|
|INSUL-4.00||Insulation sleeve for 4 inch ID pipe (4 1/2 inch ID, 6 ft long)|
|HLP-TAPE||Tape for insulation sleeves (100 ft)|
|INSUL-FOIL||Aluminum bubble foil insulation (16 in wide, sold by the foot)|
|INSUL-TAPE||All weather Aluminum foil tape (150 ft)|
|PLD-CG||Cable guards/protectors (pkg of 4, 6 in each)|
Control Devices for Roof Applications:
120/240V hard wire timer (CS)
|MA-10||120/240V GFCI/ELCI (CS)|
|GIT-1||Gutter ice sensor (requires controller)|
|CIT-1||Snow sensor (requires controller)|
|LCD-8||Configurable snow switch controller|
|GF-PRO||Snow/ice controller with GFEP|
Accessories for Roof Applications:
|PLD-CG||Cable guards/protectors (pkg of 4, 6 in each)|
|PLD-RC||Roof clips (package of 10)|
|PLD-ECA||Angle EDGE-CUTTER flashing|
|PLD-ECF||Flat EDGE-CUTTER flashing|
|EC-MEM||EDGE-CUTTER membrane (metal roofs)|
|PCN-RDK-1||Downspout hanger kit|
A – No. A thermostat is not included with cut-to-length heating cable as it is not required for proper and safe operation; however, a thermostat can be purchased as an additional accessory. Depending on system applications, or where automatic operation is preferred, a thermostat can be used to switch the system on and off to help conserve power or to duty cycle the system. When combined with insulation thermostats can substantially increase energy efficiency.
A – No. All input power and end seal termination kits must be order separate and additional from the actual heating cable itself.
A – Yes. Certain application whether they are in ordinary or hazardous locations, or even roof and gutter de-icing require different kits with different approvals. Heat-Line can help specify the proper kits for the application in question.
A – No. As cut-to-length heating cable is a professional product that is not factory terminated, a licensed electrician must perform the power and end seal terminations.
A – No - Energy efficiency has nothing to do with the designated voltage. We pay for the energy in watts, not in volts. Years ago the termmore efficientwas attached to 240 volt systems because you can put more load or amperage on a 240 volt circuit. Unfortunately the term more efficient somehow became misinterpreted to meanmore energy efficientwhich is not the case.
A – Heat-Line recommends to use insulation that is best suited to the environment in which it is going to be installed. A common type of insulation employed with cut-to-length heating cables is water proof pipe foam insulation sleeves. You are also able to implement fiberglass insulation provided it is properly weatherproofed based on the environment.
A – Cut-to-length heating cable is available directly through Heat-Line and or any of our Heat-Line product distributors. For a list of Heat-Line product distributors in Canada and the United States please contact Heat-Line directly on our toll free number at (800)854-4944.
A – Insulation is highly recommended when using Heat-Line self-regulating cut-to-length heating cables, especially if the installation is above ground in ambient outdoor air. Insulation helps reduce the overall heat loss and therefore reduce the amount of energy consumed by the heating cable.
A - A damp location is an interior and or exterior area that is normally or even periodically subject to moisture or condensation in, on, or adjacent to electrical equipment and or heating cable devices. This includes but is not limited to partially protected locations such as canopies, roofed open porches, marquees and similar locations.
A - A wet location is an area where liquids may drip, splash, or flow on or against electrical equipment and or heating cable devices.
A - A dry location is an area that is not normally subject to dampness or moisture, but may include a location subject to temporary dampness. For example, a building that is currently under construction.
A - A hazardous location is an area that includes the premises, buildings, or part of which the following is present:
(a) an explosive gas atmosphere is present, or may be present, in the air in quantities that require special precautions for the operation, installation, and or construction of electrical equipment or heating cable devices.
(b) combustible dusts are present, or may be present, in the form of clouds or layers in quantities that require special precautions for the operation, installation, and or construction of electrical equipment or heating cable devices.
(c) combustible fibres or flyings are manufactured, handled, or stored in a manner that will require special precautions for the operation, installation, and or construction of electrical equipment or heating cable devices.
A - An ordinary location is an area that is dry, at normal atmospheric pressure and under normal conditions electrical equipment and or heating cable devices are not exposed to damage from mechanical causes, excessive dust, moisture or extreme temperatures. Furthermore all electrical equipment and heating cable devices must be entirely free from possible damage due to corrosive, flammable, or explosive atmospheres.
A- Any location exposed to the weather is considered an outdoor location.
A - NEC stands for the National Electrical Code, which is applicable in the United States, and CEC stands for the Canadian Electrical Code which is applicable in Canada.