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Frost King Automatic Electric Heat Cable Kit, 6 ft.

SKU: 450101699
Frost King Automatic Electric Heat Cable Kit, 6 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.

  • 6 ft.
  • 120V
  • 7W per foot

Specification Description
Product Size: 6 ft.
Brand: Frost King
Product Width: 7-5/8 in.
Package Height: 36-1/2 in.
Package Length: 14-3/4 in.
Package Weight: 3.75 lb.
Package Quantity: 5
Package Width: 16-5/16 in.
Product Length: 1-5/8 in.
Product Height: 36 in.
Manufacturer Part Number HC6A

Is this product waterproof, submersible in say a 4 inch culvert pipe?

Asked by: Tonemaster
No it is not waterproof and besides it would not work inside of a pipe.
Answered by: Frost King
Date published: 2019-03-25

Can this item be shortened? as in cut to a shorter length?

Asked by: RaDa
No the cannot be cut at all. They are closed circuit devices.
Answered by: Frost King
Date published: 2019-01-15

Are the safe for use on PEX style piping?

Asked by: Rpoduser

Would I affix this to my pipes, or wrap them around and around them? I have most of my pipes buried, however, some are above ground too. Thank you.

Asked by: FarmgirlinSC
Following the instructions, run cable parallel to the bottom of the pipe on the above ground portion as long as it is not outside exposed to the elements.
Answered by: Frost King
Date published: 2019-02-03
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