Easy Heat AHB019A 9 ft. Automatic Pipe Heating Cable

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Manufacturer Description

Count on the AHB series for water pipe heating cable that's ready to use out-of-the-box. An integral energy-saving thermostat controls the AHB cable to automatically protect water pipes when the temperature dips into the critical range. There's no easier, more effective "do it yourself" solution for safeguarding water pipes in cold climates. Each AHB cable consists of a tough XLPE inner insulation, a continuous ground braid and weather resistant PVC outer jacket. AHB units are activated and de-activated by an integral energy-saving thermostat. Each cable is UL Listed to Canadian Safety Standards and CSA Certified when used in accordance with instructions on water-filled metal or plastic pipes. Size: 9' Heats to 7W per foot, total: 63W 120 Volt, 0.5 Amp For use with plastic or metal pipe Surface mounted snap action thermostat activates heat only when needed XLPE inner insulation and continuous ground braid Weather resistant PVC outer jacket Applications: Residential metal or plastic water supply pipes vulnerable to freezing UL Listed to Canadian Safety Standards and CSA Certified when used in accordance with instructions on water-filled metal or plastic pipes. How To Install System To choose the right length of pipe freeze protection cable, cable should be long enough to run along bottom of horizontal pipes and weather side of vertical pipes (including valves) without crossing or spiraling. Never use a cable longer than the pipe it is intended to protect. Cable will be applied straight along pipe, and will protect pipes up to 1-1/2" in diameter. For pipe lengths other than standard heating cable sizes, and over 1/4" in diameter, use two heating cables in parallel on opposite sides of the pipe (see illustration). Maximum "overrun" should not exceed 3 feet. Do not install on pipe shorter than 3 feet long. Wrap the entire pipe and cable with insulation. Complete the installation with the weatherproof wrap and the caution signs. For plastic pipe, we r

Product Features

Automatic Pipe Heating Cable Surface Mounted Snap Action Thermostat Activates Heat Only When Needed Heats To 7W Per Foot Total - 63W Or .525A For Use With Plastic Or Metal Water Pipe

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