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Frost King Automatic Electric Heat Cable Kit, 12 ft.

SKU: 450102499
Frost King Automatic Electric Heat Cable Kit, 12 ft.
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The Frost King Automatic Electric Heat Cable Kit includes a built-in thermometer that automatically helps keep your water pipes from freezing down to 38 deg. below 0°F.

  • 12 ft.
  • 120V
  • 7W per foot

Specification Description
Product Size: 12 ft.
Product Length: 1-1/2 in.
Product Width: 7-5/8 in.
Package Weight: 4.95 lb.
Brand: Frost King
Product Height: 36 in.
Package Length: 14-3/4 in.
Package Quantity: 5
Package Height: 37-1/2 in.
Package Width: 16-5/16 in.
Manufacturer Part Number HC12A

What is the current draw? At what temp does it turn on? How hot does it get???

Asked by: Mackk
It draws 0.7 amps and gets up to about 48 degrees. it will come on at 38 degrees and turn off at 48 degrees.
Answered by: Frost King
Date published: 2017-11-13

I have the 12 foot HC12 to heat a external condensate drip from a NORITZ boiler for my underfloor heating.I want to run this HC12 inside the external drain pipe but am told the run-off is slightly acidic..can the HC12 withstand this toxic water

Asked by: gerrieperrie
This heat cable is NOT designed to be submerged or even to come in contact with water. What you are wanting to do could get you electrocuted or someone else. It's designed for the outside of pipes.
Answered by: Frost King
Date published: 2018-11-10
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