Anderson-Bolds sells Heating Cable by Brisk Heat and Chromalox.
Heating cable is also referred to as heating tape and heat trace cable amongst the industry. Heating cable is used for a wide range of applications including pipe tracing, freeze protection, viscosity control, temperature process maintenance, roof and gutter, and much more. There are two main types of Heating Cables, Self Regulating and Constant Wattage.
Self Regulating Heating Cable products are used for freeze protection and process temperature maintenance for a wide range of industrial, commercial and residential applications. These industrial heaters are used to maintain the working temperature of pipes, fittings, valves, tanks and process equipment. Heat Trace cables regulate their heat output in response to changes in temperature. Self regulating heat trace cable can be overlapped and cut to length without loss of heat. It is ideally suited to freeze protection applications and snow melting but can be used in process applications as well. Self-Regulating / Self-Limiting heating cable automatically adjusts heat output based on surface temperature. Ideal for freeze protection and low temperature process maintenance.
Constant Wattage Heating Cables are ideally suited for applications where a particular watt density is required at all times. The heater element consists of a nichrome wire wrapped around parallel, insulated buss wires. Constant wattage cables are flexible, can be cut-to- length in the field, and are manufactured for use on voltages from 120 to 480V. Although not suited for overlapping, its constant output makes it an ideal choice for higher temperature applications where higher watt densities are required. Constant Wattage Cables are Equipped with a ground braid and can have an optional FEP jacket. Constant-Wattage heat trace provides precise and constant temperatures up to 500oF (260oC). Ideal for a wide range of applications.
Please note that there is a cutting charge of $42.00 for BriskHeat cables for lengths under 100 feet.