SOURCE: Heat Trace Products, LLC.
LEOMINSTER, MA--(Marketwire - Oct 16, 2012) - Heat Trace Products, LLC. manufactures and supplies a full line of self-regulating heating cables for freeze protection and process temperature maintenance that can be cut to length and terminated in the field. These cables will not overheat or burnout when overlapped.
Heat Trace 2700 Series Self-Regulating Heating Cables feature multi-layer construction and supply a specified amount of heat at any point along their length in direct response to local temperature variations. Capable of maintaining temperatures up to 150°F, with intermittent exposure to 185°F, these cables are offered in output wattages of 3-, 5-, 8-, and 10 w/ft. @50°F.
Providing freeze protection and process temperature maintenance for fluid transport and storage systems, Heat Trace 2700 Series Self-Regulating Heating Cables accept 110-227 VAC supply and can be cut and terminated in the field, safely overlapped, and will not overheat or burnout. FM, CSA, UL, and CE approved, they are offered in ordinary and hazardous configurations.
Heat Trace 2700 Series Self-Regulating Heating Cables are priced according to length. Price quotations and samples are available upon request. Distributor inquiries are invited.
About Heat Trace Products
Located in Leominster, Massachusetts, Heat Trace Products' technology was developed in the early 1970s when the company was the Samuel Moore Group and the original brand name for their cable was Dekoron. Backed by patents, proprietary formulations, and manufacturing processes, the firm's self-regulating heat trace cables have been the mainstay in low temperature process maintenance and in freeze protection for over 30 years.
Heat Trace products are being used in a wide range of commercial, industrial, and residential applications throughout the world. The recipient of numerous awards, the company has been recognized for creativity and leadership in international trade by the Associated Industries of Massachusetts International Business Council.