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50 ft. Self Regulating Heating Cable, Wet or Dry, Max. Circuit Length 250 ft., Voltage 120

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  • Item # 5E316
  • Mfr. Model # W51-50P
  • UNSPSC # 26121601
  • Catalog Page # 3809
  • Shipping Weight 4.8 lbs.
Country of Origin USA Country of Origin is subject to change.
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Product Details

Reliable, self-regulating, and designed for metal and plastic pipe freeze protection. You can also use it for gutter and roof deicing applications on porches and overhangs. Suitable for use in dry or wet locations. Cable comes preassembled with a 30-inch power cord and plug. Heating cable is not suitable for use in lengths longer than 100 ft. To help minimize the danger of fire if the heating cable is damaged or improperly installed, use a Ground-Fault-Protection Device (GFPD).

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Technical Specs

  • Item Self Regulating Heating Cable
  • Mounting Location Wet or Dry
  • Cable Length 50 ft.
  • Max. Circuit Length 250 ft.
  • Voltage 120
  • Watts On Metal 300
  • Watts On Plastic 400
  • Plug Type NEMA 5-15
  • Features Easy to Install
  • For Use With Short Pipes, Water Pipe System, Plastic or Metal Pipe Up to 2 1/2" Dia.
  • Standards UL Listed and CSA Certified
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Rated 5 out of 5 by 1reviewer.
Rated 5 out of 5 by I have a 6" fire standpipe that went up 6 stories in a cold stairwell.I have a electric heater for that stairwell that, is in the basement and would run and never shut off. I was looking for a way to save money because the heat never went up to the 2nd floor and the pipe could have froze . I research the product and it said it would do 2 1/2 pipe. I wrapped it around my 6" standpipe and insulated it.I check the outside pipe temperature and it was over 70*. I don't need to worry about that pipe freezing. January 30, 2013
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