Self Regulating 120V Heating Cable, 25'
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Self Regulating 120V Heating Cable, 25'
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Self Regulating 120V Heating Cable, 25'

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$93.40 $169.95
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Self regulating heating cables are designed for recreational vehicle, residential and commercial applications.

Can be used for freeze protection on holding tanks, water supply lines, drain pipes, metal and plastic pipe up to 3" in diameter as well as roof and gutter de-icing. Used for pipes in unheated attics, garages and basements. Can be used with water meters, outside pipes and taps. Self-regulating design eliminates overheating. Conductive core automatically adjusts heat output. Features a waterproof polyolefin outer jacket for outdoor use. Includes a lighted plug so you know when power is connected; no assembly required. Pipe insulation can be used in conjunction with the heat cable in extreme temperatures.

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  • Self regulating heat - becomes warmer as temperatures become colder
  • Lighted electrical plug
  • For indoor and outdoor use
  • ETS listed
  • Connector Type 30-Amp Male
    Cord Length 25 ft
    Unit Weight 3.10 lb
    Brand Valterra
    MFG Part No. W01-1573
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    What is the amperage on a cable? Can two be put on a 120 volt outlet?

    Asked by: Anonymous
    Power consumption is approximately 6 watts per foot, so amperage of this 15' cable is about 0.75amps. A standard 110/120VAC outlet is 15amp. Two of these heating cables will not overload the outlet/breaker.
    Answered by: cw_staff
    Date published: 2019-03-08

    What is the power consumption?

    Asked by: Anonymous
    This cable will use a max of 6 watts per foot.
    Answered by: cw_staff
    Date published: 2019-03-08

    Can you wrap this around camper water supply hose?

    Asked by: Brad
    If the water hose does not have an extremely low melting point, yes this heating cable can be wrapped around it.
    Answered by: cw_staff
    Date published: 2019-03-08

    UL approved?

    Can it be used on a propane tank
    Asked by: Anonymous
    This heating cable is ETL listed.<p>As long as there are no punctures/fraying in the heating cable that can electrify or cause a spark on the propane tank, it can be used to keep it warm.
    Answered by: cw_staff
    Date published: 2019-03-08
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