PROCESS TEMPERING AND FROST PROTECTION.
Pipe trace heating strips are widely used in private and industrial settings. These provide frost protection and temperature maintenance for pipes and containers. Pipe trace heating systems must be installed in practically each and every pipe in order to protect these from frost, or to maintain the required hot water pipe temperature. Many pipe trace heating systems fulfil crucial roles - such as providing protection from illness (e.g., preventing Legionnaire's disease) or the continuity of production processes.
In order to keep work on-site as simple as possible, we have added two rapid connector systems to our range to make your life easier. Cable ends are connected, and T-junctions and terminations completed in a few steps. This saves time, worries and of course, money.
We have more than 35 years of project experience in the field of process tempering - our ETHERMA planning team is ready to help you with their know-how. We have countless projects with bespoke solutions under our belt, and are sure to find the right solution for you too.
ETHERMA heat conductors, self-regulating heating strips and thermostats are characterised by their extended lifespan and lack of maintenance requirements. Reliability is one of the major criteria in frost protection.
ETHERMA frost protection ensures the safe flow of water through pipes. Ice-free pipes remain open, and fat-based products do not harden. Maintaining the correct temperature is a crucial element in many production processes.
Even when supplying water over short distances, it makes sense to maintain a constant temperature. In conventional sanitary installations, a constant supply of hot water is only possible by means of a circulation system. ETHERMA pipe trace heating provides immediate hot water, meaning that drinking water is not wasted unnecessarily.
Pipe trace heating systems involve only minimal installation and operating costs provided that one has a proper understanding of the benefits of the system as protection for pipes from frost, and avoids unnecessary heating of the media in the pipe. Repair costs arising from frost and ice due to a lack of trace heating are eliminated.
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