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Raychem Ready Reference Guide
Mfg: Tyco Thermal Published: 1990 Version: H51942 194 pages
This Guide enables you to select the right product for your application iin threthree waysways: : If you require engineering performance data, specification and testest documentatiodocumentation iis availablavailable oon alall ouour productsproducts. . For more information and for technical support, please s Representat Add to My Library
Heating Products
Mfg: Tyco Thermal Published: 2002 Version: C#54 H51726 67 pages
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Raychem IceStop Roof and Gutter De-Icing System
Mfg: Tyco Thermal Published: 1999 Version: H56070 41 pages
Current flows between the two bus wires independently at each point along the heating cable. The ice dams form because melting snow and ice on a roof freeze when they reach the cold roof edge. Raychem's IceStop system offers a better way to help prevent ice dams and icicles. IceStop system is self-regulating, it will automatically cut back its power output and save energy when the roof is dry or warm. Add to My Library
Pyrotenax Mineral Insulated Cable Snow Melting System
Mfg: Tyco Thermal Published: 2005 Version: H57045 40 pages
Pyrotenax brand copper-sheathed, mineral insulated (Ml) heating cables continue to set the standard for snow melting around the world. The Pyrotenax snow melting system is the perfect solution for surface materials consisting of either concrete, asphalt or pavers. This guide is intended to assist in the selection of Pyrotenax heating cables for embedded snow melting applications. Add to My Library
Raychem HWAT System Hot Water Temp Maint
Mfg: Tyco Thermal Published: 2004 Version: H57538 40 pages
Tyco Thermal Controls provides complete heat tracing and specialty wiring solutions for the industrial, commercial, and residential markets. Employing over one thousand people around the world; Tyco Thermal Controls is the global leader in total solutions. The HWAT system provides a simple way to keep water at a consistent warm temperature, regardless of how complex the building. Add to My Library
Raychem Winter Gard Wet
Mfg: Tyco Thermal Published: Version: Design, Installation and Maintenance Guide 36 pages
Rooftop snow, melted in sunlight or from the building's interior heat, trickles down to the cold roof edge and freezes again, forming ice dams and iCicles-creating four potential hazards. Wet heating cable can be cut and spliced to fit the layout of any roofline. When the gutter is dry, the sys tem automatically cuts back its power out put so it won't ever overheat or burn out. Add to My Library
Raychem RaySol System Design Guide
Mfg: Tyco Thermal Published: 2000 Version: H54994 35 pages
Determine the heating cable and component layout. RaySol heating cable shall be applied only to fire-resistant materials, and shall not be installed in ceilings or walls. Now turn to the appropriate section in this design guide as indicated in Table 1.1. The design goal is to prevent the floor over a cold space from cooling below room temperature. Add to My Library
Raychem Heating Products Application and Design
Mfg: Tyco Thermal Published: 2003 Version: H53585 34 pages
How to design your roof and gutter de-icing system There’s a heating cable just right for the job: Do not expose to any chemicals. To minimize the danger of fire from sustained electrical arcing if the heating cable is damaged or improperly installed, and to comply with the requirements of Tyco Thermal Controls and the Add to My Library
Raychem XL-Trace Pipe Freeze Protection
Mfg: Tyco Thermal Published: 2002 Version: H55838 28 pages
Self-Regulation The conductive polymer heating core regulates its power output in response to pipe temperature. Parallel Circuitry Current flows between the two bus wires independently at each point along the heating cable. Raychem's RayClic system is the simplest, fastest, most reliable set of connections ever developed for electric heating cable. Add to My Library
Raychem ElectroMelt System
Mfg: Tyco Thermal Published: 2003 Version: H53393 23 pages
Do not use the ElectroMelt system buried in asphalt. If you still have questions concerning the design of an ElectroMelt system after reading this design guide, contact your Tyco Thermal Controls representative. They should use it during installation as well to coordinate the work of the trades involved. Add to My Library
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