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Silicone Heating Tape w/Adjustable Control, 1"W x 2'L, 144W; 120V w/Plug

BriskHeat  |   Item# DO-03106-95

$153.00 USD/EACH

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  • Convenient, all-in-one design eliminates the need for a separate controller
Solve a wide range of heating applications without risk of damage due to chemical and moisture spillover. Tapes are available thermostat control. Tapes are made of fine-strand resistance wires that are double insulated with braided fiberglass and knitted into flat tapes; then completely enclosed in highstrength, high-temperature-resistant silicone rubber.

Warning: Heating tapes should not be overlapped. For thermostat control tapes, the sensor
box must make surface contact with the object being heated.
Not CSA approved

What's Included:
6-ft (1.8-m) power cord with a standard 2-prong plug.
Product Type Heating Tape
Max temperature (º C) 218
Power (Hz) 50-60Hz
Width (in.) 1
Length (ft) 2
Power (VAC) 120
Max temperature (º F) 425
Max temperature 425°F (218°C)
Amps 1.2
Model 101002
Qty/ea 1
Brand BriskHeat
CE Compliance Yes
Make HSTAT





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    How do you affix this heat tape to the container you are trying to heat?
    Asked on 1/17/2017 by Guy from Boulder, CO

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    • STAFF EXPERT

      A:

      These tapes will have an adhesive that will allow it to stick with the object that is being heated, you would then coil it around the object.

      Answered on 1/18/2017 by Rishi from Technical Support
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