Heat Tape Pro Spools

Heavy-duty, professional-grade, high-quality ice dam heat tape at any length for use in controlling ice dam build-up and preventing water damage that can be the result of ice dams. This heat tape is the most effective ice dam heat tape on the market. It is self-regulating, saving you money in energy costs, and replacement expense. Available in 120 & 240 voltages. (See below for more info)


Accessories You May Need:

Hard-Wired Connection Kit

Wire Your Field-Assembled
Heat Tape into a Junction Box

Heat Tape Plug-in Converter

Plug-in Connection Kit

Convert Your Field-Assembled
Cable into Plug-In Heat Tape

End-Seal Kit

Seal the end of Your
Field-Assembled Heat Tape

Tee & Splice Kit

Branch Your Field-Assembled Heat
Tape In Multiple Directions

More About Heat Tape Pro Spools

For Field-Assembled Heat Tape

Our self-regulating heat tape is designed for residential and commercial ice dam prevention as well as pipe heat trace applications. Unlike cheap, big-box ice dam heat tape, our cables are self-regulating, only asking for the power they need to do their job. This saves you a lot of money in the long run by not wasting electricity. Our heat cable is also perfect for gutter de-icing and pipe heat tracing applications.

  • Available at Lengths of 250ft, 500ft and 1000ft
  • Available in 120volt & 240volt, at 6w & 8w/ft
  • Self-Regulating – The cable regulates it’s temperature and power consumption, optimizing for the surrounding temperature
  • Produces 6 watts per foot (@50ºF) for ice dam melting & gutter de-icing applications
  • Suitable for gutter de-icing and ice dam prevention applications on shingle, metal, plastic, tar, wood roofs and metal or plastic pipes up to 6″ for pipe heat tracing applications.
  • UL Listed
  • Requires Power Connection Kit to hard-wire power and End Seal Kit to create a sealed termination
  • Can be used with Any of our Controls and Thermostats
  • 10-Year Warranty (Best in Industry)

Heat Tape Pro Spools FAQs

Including a thermostatic heat tape switch or controller in your installation will cut power to your heat tape in times it is not needed. This will lesson your environmental footprint and save you money.

Savings will always depend on the weather and how often you have temperatures above the threshold that the switch turns on your heat cable. In most situations where heat cable is needed, savings will offset the cost of the ThermaCord and then some.

Self-Regulating Heat Tape will draw variable Power depending on the ambient temperature. It draws more power when temperatures are cold and less power when temperatures are warmer. However when the self-regulating cable is plugged in, it is always working, even if only slightly drawing power in warm temperatures. Adding the temperature-controlled switch like ThermaCord to plug-in heat tape or a Thermostatic Controller with Sensor to field assembled cable, will cut the supply of power to your Heat tape when it is not needed.

This will save you energy Costs.

The short answer is NO. Self-regulating heat cable does not turn itself on and off automatically. To do that you need to put the cable on a switched circuit or outlet or on a controller. Of course, you can also be old-school about it and simply plug and unplug as needed.

“Self-Regulating” refers to the fact that these cables are temperature sensitive. Due to their construction, these cables sense changes in temperature along their entire length, demanding more power as temps fall and less when they rise.

PipeFreeeze Pro™, Pipe Freeze Protection Solution has a built in thermostatic switch, meaning it will turn on and off on it’s own.

Heat Tape Pro™, does not contain a built-in thermostatic controller. We recommend adding the ThermaCord™ Thermostatic controller to turn your Heat Tape PRO to turn the cable on and off with changes in temperature.

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