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Industrial Heaters & Heating > Self Regulating Electric Heat Trace

Heating cable is also referred to as heat trace cable amongst the industry. It is used for a wide range of applications including pipe tracing, freeze protection, viscosity control, temperature process maintenance, roof and gutter, and much more. BriskHeat® also offers XtremeFLEX ® Heating Tapes that are more flexible and provides a much more rapid thermal response.

Product Highlights

  • Self-regulating or constant-wattage heating cable
  • Ideal for long runs on pipes and vessels
  • Can be cut-to-length at job site
  • Temperatures up to 500oF (260oC)
  • Meets NEC 427-23 and IEEE Std 515-2004

Applications

  • Freeze protection
  • Viscosity control
  • Low to high temperature process maintenance
  • Roof and gutter
  • Ordinary locations
  • Hazardous locations





SLCAB Self-Regulating Heating Cable
Product Highlights

  • Ideal for pipe tracing, freeze protection, and low temperature process maintenance applications up to 150oF (66oC)
  • Self-limiting: Automatically adjusts heat output based on surface temperature
  • Safe to overlap and insulate
  • Can be cut-to-length and terminated in the field
  • No temperature controller is required*

    * If a specific process temperature is needed, a temperature controller is required.

Specifications

  • Continuous maintenance temperature: 150oF (66oC)
  • Intermittent exposure temperature: 185oF (85oC) maximum;  -20oF (-29oC) minimum
  • 3, 5, 8, or 10 watts/ft (10, 16, 26, or 33 watts/m)
  • Supply voltages: 110 - 120VAC or 208 - 277VAC
  • Moisture, chemical, and flame resistant
  • 16AWG bus wires
  • Braid resistance:
    • Tinned copper: 0.003 ohms/ft (0.009 ohms/m)
    • Stainless steel: 0.125 ohms/ft (0.410 ohms/m)
  • T-Rating**
    • -T6: 3, 5, and 8 watts/ft (10, 16 , and 26 watts/m)
    • -T5: 10 watts/ft (33 watts/m)

    ** Electrical equipment T-rating codes define the maximum surface temperature that equipment will reach. It is used in hazardous (classified) area applications.





SLMCAB Mid-Temperature Self-Regulating Heating Cable
Product Highlights

  • Ideal for pipe tracing, freeze protection, and mid-temperature process maintenance applications up to 250oF (120oC)
  • Self-limiting: Automatically adjusts heat output based on surface temperature
  • Safe to overlap and insulate
  • Can be cut-to-length and terminated in the field
  • No temperature controller is required*

    * If a specific process temperature is needed, a temperature controller is required.

Specifications

  • Continuous maintenance temperature: 250oF (120oC)
  • Intermittent exposure temperature: 366oF (185oC) maximum; -40oF (-40oC) minumum
  • 5, 10, or 15 watts/ft (16, 33, 49 watts/m)
  • Supply voltages: 110 - 120VAC or 208 - 277VAC
  • Moisture, chemical, and flame resistant
  • 16AWG bus wires
  • Tinned copper braid resistance: 0.003 ohms/ft (0.010 ohms/m)
  • T-Rating: T3**

    ** Electrical equipment T-rating codes define the maximum surface temperature that equipment will reach. It is used in hazardous (classified) area applications.




Self Regulating Electric Heat Trace


Approvals
Ordinary Locations
Hazardous (Classified) Locations

  • Class I, Division 2, Groups B, C, D
  • Class II, Division 2, Groups F, G
  • Class III, Division 2

Ordinary Locations 2E, 3(A,B,C), 5(A,B) Hazardous (Classified) Locations

  • Class I, Division 2, Groups B, C, D
  • Class II, Division 2, Groups E, F, G
  • Class III, Division 2

Approvals valid only when used with appropriate heating cable and installation accessories, and installed in accordance with all applicable instructions, codes, and regulations.

















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