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TXLP Heating CableOctober 17, 2017

The heating cable units are ideal for floor warming and radiant heating in concrete and wood floor constructions. They are also used in snow melting installations, frost protection of roof, gutters, drains, pipe tacing and soil heating. Each unit has a unique factory made internal splice which is marked =>SPLICE<= on the cable surface. There is no need for a return conductor. The sealed end is 100% waterproof (factory made seal). The cold end is marked with snowflakes on the cable surface.


• Solid resistance wire
• XLPE insulation
• Tinned copper earthing conductor
• Aluminum screen
• PVC outer jacket
• Overall diameter: approx. 6.5 mm (1/4”)

Technical data:

• Element values from 300 to 3300W
• Linear load: 17 W/m
• Series resistance
• Maximum continuously operating temperature outer jacket: 65 °C (149 °F)
• Minimum bending radius: 5 x cable diameter
• Tolerance on conductor resistance: -5 to +10 %
• Highest system voltage: 300 - 600 V



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