Self-regulating domestic hot water maintenance heat tracing cable needs to be part of the energy strategy for commercial facilities, including hospitals, hotels, campuses, correctional institutions, and governmental facilities.
Self-regulating capabilities, environmental safeguards and a solid design make self-regulating technology the wisest choice, consistently maintaining your water supply at a prescribed temperature. The heating cable is fastened directly to the pipes, running their full length and creating a symbiotic relationship, which allows the cable to gauge any changes in water temperature. Sensing a decrease or increase in temperature, the conductive core then adjusts it’s own power output in response, and produces a consistent flow of perfectly heated water – no hot spots, no burnouts, no recirculation. The cable is designed to sustain nominal hot water temperatures of 105°F, 115°F, 125°F or 140°F.
Consisting of fewer components, with no need for cable spiraling or multiple runs, self-regulating heat tracing cable is the clearly better choice. Traditional recirculating boiler systems are grossly inefficient and a maintenance nightmare in comparison to self-regulating heat tracing cable.
While the elimination of return pipes, pumps and valves used in boiler systems provide dramatic maintenance savings, self-regulating heat tracing cable provides ongoing energy conservation because it only heats when, and where, it is needed!
Self-regulating Hot Water Heat Tracing Cable = Energy Conservation
For more than 60 years, Ives Equipment Corporation has successfully served the industries of eastern and central Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Southern New Jersey and now Virginia with the latest in process control equipment and services. Our business has been built on a foundation of quality people, highly trained and experienced, who take a keen interest in finding the optimum solutions to our customers' control problems. Read more...
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