SunTouch Radiant SlabHeat Cables 132 - 196 sq. ft
Electric Indoor Slab Heating
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SlabHeat™ is engineered with the capability to produce enough BTUs to heat a slab, the space, and the surface people walk on. Regardless of size, shape, or thickness, SlabHeat is the way to provide heat to just about any environment.
SlabHeat cable is a series resistance electric heating cable consisting of a polyurethane outer jacket, full coverage braided copper ground plane, ETFE insulation, and dual copper heating elements connected to a single power lead for easy single-point connection.
- UL Listed.
- The polyurethane outer jacket offers superior flexibility, abrasion and tear resistance, impact resistance, resiliency, and better low temperature stability than PVC.
- Full coverage braided copper ground plane ensures proper grounding of system.
- ETFE Insulation offers lighter weight and flexibility with excellent insulating properties.
- Dual copper heating elements allow for single point connection, no return connection required.
- 120 VAC and 240 VAC models allows for a wide range of installation applications.
- Standard SunStat controls offer GFCI protection as well as floor and/or air temperature operation. .
- SunStat Relays offer simple expansion on systems greater than 15 amps.
- 10 year warranty.
Benefits of SlabHeat
- Tough polyurethane outer jacket offers superior flexibility, abrasion and tear resistance, impact resistance, resiliency, and better low temperature stability than the PVC used in other products.
- Engineered by a company with decades of experience in hydronic and electric radiant heating
- Comfortable, even heat without the drying effects of forced air heating
- Reliable, durable design
- No vents or duct work
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