Electric radiant pipe heating cable is used to prevent plastic or metal water pipes from freezing when the temperature drops below the freezing point. The installation involves wrapping the cable around the pipe and using a sensor to turn the cable on/off as temperature changes.
Electric radiant floor heating cable is used in a variety of residential and commercial heating applications. In residential structures, the cable is commonly used to warm the floors in kitchen and bathroom areas. It is available in 10 different sizes ranging from 49 to 459 feet.
Electric radiant floor heating mats come with a built-in heating cable, which is applied to heat the whole surface of the mat. The mats have a standard width of 1.6 feet, with lengths ranging from 6 to 61 feet, and are typically installed in kitchens or bathrooms, underneath tile, stone, or laminate flooring.
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Publication date: 03/05/2012