HTWAT Series silicone rubber heat tapes for pipes with thermostat control are designed for process temperature control, freeze protection, and supplemental heat. Applications include valves, pipe lines, bearings, filter housings, actuators and more. Wrap the flexible heating tape around the desired object you want to heat, set the temperature, and it will maintain heat at the set temperature.
SPECIFICATIONS Adjustable thermostat: 10 to 218°C (50 to 425°F) Maximum Exposure Temperature: 232°C (450°F) Nominal Watt Density: 6.0 watts/in V (0.009 watts/mm V) Minimum Bend Radius: 12.7 mm (0.5') Outer Sheath: Extruded silicone rubber Construction: Fiberglass knitted and braided Power Cord: 1.8 m (6') with plug on 120V models, stripped lead ends on 240V models Power: 120 or 240 Vac
Rated 5 out of
Excellent, hot, long lasting heat tape!We've been using this heat tape on machinery in our shop for 4 or so years. It runs at 400 degrees (highest setting) all day; the adjustable heat dial is great. It's very hard to find a quality, flexible, wipeable, HOT, heat tape in varying lengths (trust me I've searched high and low before I found Omega). We do need to replace it after 2-3 years simply because the tape cracks due to heavy use, but it still heats great even then. I would imagine if the tape was used in a more traditional placement it wouldn't crack at all (ours is looped tightly in and around tight small fittings). It's very easy to use, the "cool" tab at one end of the tape comes in handy for positioning when hot (if needed). Will be using these unit for many years to come. Omega has always had great customer service all these years as well. Thank you!
Date published: 2017-01-08
Rated 2 out of
Heat tape failureI bought 3 heat tapes to heat some valves to allow our product to stay warm. The adjustment of the tape is so course it is either too cold or scorching hot and burns our product. We were forced to remove them from our system.
Date published: 2019-02-18
Rated 5 out of
Works as describedThe product works as described and we are not disappointed. We find it actually runs a little hotter than the maximum temperature listed. Overall very easy process with Omega as always.