Protect Your Pipes From Freezing with Pipe Freeze PRO Heat Tape
Prevent frozen pipes with the best pipe-trace heat tape on the market, packaged in this convenient kit. Our Pipe Freeze Kit includes a designated length of Pipe Freeze Pro Self-regulating heat tape (cable), a roll of fiberglass heat-resistant installation tape and our quick-guide set up and installation manual.
Can I use Pipe Freeze Pro to Prevent My Pipes from Freezing?
Pipe Freeze Pro can be used to prevent pipe freezing on almost all types of plumbing pipe. Different applications and installation techniques will depend on the material, the diameter of the pipe, and the ambient temperature of the environment of which the pipe resides.
Refer to our instruction manual for the best practices for your pipe freeze prevention project.
Questions about Pipe Freeze Pro?
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PipeFreeze PRO Product Questions
Not very hot.
Radiant Solutions Self-Regulating Heat Tape changes its heat output based on the temperatures of its surrounding environment. At any given point, depending on the temperatures outside, the cable could be a range of temperatures. However, its peak temperature is not very hot –typically between 95º-110º. Mainly because once the cable has heated the immediate area around it, the self-regulated aspect of the cable kicks in and prevents it from getting too warm.
This gives our Heat Tape a great advantage over the heat tape you can buy in ‘Big Box’ retailers, because it creates enough warmth to effectively do its job, but won’t do damage to surfaces that it touches. Additionally, our heat cable can be touching/overlapping when used. Heat Tape that is not self-regulating can not do this (they have explicit warnings in the directions not to do this for risk of fire).
We have even witnessed a coil of crappy big box heat tape starting a fire because it got plugged in when it was still coiled. (Yikes!)