How Hot does Your Heat Tape Get?

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...

How do I wrap a valve with Pipe Freeze PRO heat tape?

Pipe Freeze Pro self-regulating heat tape can be overlapped many times and in any pattern to get the job done. Simply wrap the heat tape around the valve in figure eights, spirals, zig-zags, our any other pattern that results in the heat tape covering all sides of the...

Do you install heat tape on pipes?

We have Pipe Freeze PRO heat tape installation partners around the United States and Canada. Click here to submit your information to us. We’ll respond quickly and let you know if your project falls within one of our service areas.

What is self-regulating pipe trace heat tape?

Pipe Freeze Pro heat tape is a self-regulating pipe trace heating cable. Self-regulating means, as the temperature gets colder, the cable creates more heat by drawing more power. When it gets warmer, it produces less heat by drawing less power. This allows you to...

How do I know if the heat tape is working?

Pipe Freeze PRO heat tape is designed with a built in thermostat to reduce power consumption (to effectively nothing) when temperatures are high enough that pipes won’t freeze. It is because of this function, that when you plug in your Pipe Freeze Pro Heat Tape,...

How should I secure heat trace heat tape to pipes?

You can use any tape with a minimum temperature rating of 176º F, with fiberglass cloth tape being the most common. Self-adhesive aluminum foil tape an be used to fully cover Pipe Freeze PRO heating cables. The aluminum material helps spread conductive heat to the...