Ideal for unsteady ambient temperatures and carefree laying.

Features and benefits

  • Self-regulating, precise to the centimeter!
  • Simple laying, including crosswise
  • No regulator necessary
  • Ideal for steady temperatures
  • 5mm diameter
  • Tight bending radius of 25mm

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Range of application for self-regulating heating cables

A self-regulating heating cable is suitable everywhere where a constant temperature is needed, but ambient temperature or temperatures of the site that has to be heated are unsteady. That applies, for example, to pipes or tanks that aren't filled up at all times, or when a pipe is warm at the outset but cools down over a distance.

Reliable function

Self-regulating heating cables consist of two parallel heat conductors, between which a special, conditionally conducting plastic is set. If the ambient temperature lowers, the distance between the conductors grows, raising their performance. Conversely, if the temperature of the site rises, performance decreases accordingly, cooling down the heating cable.

Safe function

The self-regulation leads to varying temperatures in the different, individual sections of the heating tape, thus keeping temperatures at optimal levels and avoiding overheating, for example if heating cables cross or overlap.

Simple installation

Because the self-regulating heating cables by Hemstedt can cross and overlap, since they don't overheat, installation is simple and easy. Additionally, every self-regulating heating cable can be individually assembled off the reel on site.

Economically viable

Because self-regulating heating cables are available at different power levels, they can be optimally adapted to their respective tasks. Additionally, no costly regulation technology with temperature sensors is necessary - the self-regulating heating cable does that on its own!

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Made in Germany - since 1974
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Rated voltage 230 Volt
Tolerance -0/+5 W
Output at 10°C 10, 20, 30, 40 W/m
Min. installation temperature -35°C
Max. adm. workpiece temperature 65°C switched on, 80°C switched off
Temperature class T6
Max. protective mesh resistance < 18,2 Ohm
Smallest bending radius 25 mm
Jacket of polyolefin/fluoropolymer black
Weight(from/to) 90-105 kg/km