HTWT Series consists of flexible silicon rubber heating tapes with a built-in thermostat set at 16ºC (60ºF). Units are ideal for freeze protection or a low-temperature process control solution. Units are plug-and-play and are suitable for electrically conductive surfaces. They use a patented grounded heating element for safety.
Is there a limit for how long this can be plugged in? I want to keep an exposed water line from freezing during the winter months and ideally would like to be able to plug this in for possibly up to a month at a time.
Asked by: Chillme27
Thank you for the inquiry. The HTWT heater is not recommended for this application due the extreme ambient temperature changes encountered. Please contact us for alternate heat tracing solutions available for freeze protection.
Answered by: NORWALKAE_RS
Date published: 2020-09-01
So the thermostat is set @ 60F, can that be adjusted? It gives a max temp output so I am leaning toward yes but I wanted to confirm.
Asked by: NJARO
Thank you for your inquiry. The maximum temperature is FIXED at 60°F.