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Pipe Thawing Unit, 1/2 to 1 1/2 In, 115VAC
- Item # 1XEA2
- Mfr. Model # 62747
- UNSPSC # 40101829
- Catalog Page # 1195
- Shipping Weight 58.0 lbs.
- ItemPipe Thawing Unit
- Capacity1/2 to 1 1/2" Copper, Steel Or Iron Pipe
- Power Source115V, 15 Amps
- Span (Ft.)4 to 150
- Cable (AWG)#1/0
- Output Volts (DC)4.5 to 7.6
- Output Current (Amps)250-400
- Length (In.)12
- Width (In.)8.25
- Height (In.)8.25
- FeaturesUnit Can Thaw Pipes Up To 150 Ft With Additional Cable Extensions (Not Included), No Tripping or Need To Turn Off Unit During Thawing Process, 4 Output Levels
- ApplicationProvides Continuous Heating To Thaw Frozen Metal Pipes, Will Not Work With Plastic Pipe or Lines Containing Plastic/Rubber Couplings
- Meets/ExceedsApproved To UL Standards (NRTLC)
- Includes(2) 25 Ft Cables With Vinyl Coated Spring Clamps
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