Chromalox CPR Cable is a multi-purpose heating cable designed for commercial pipe tracing, roof & gutter deicing, embedded floor warming, and frost heave prevention. Chromalox’s CPR Cable is constructed of a self-regulating polymer core that varies its heat output based on sensed temperature along its entire length. It can be easily cut to length, spliced, tee to more easily follow piping networks. In addition to insulated surfaces, Chromalox’s CPR Heating Cable can be used on roofs and in gutters to prevent Ice Dams and provide a path for the melt water to excavate the roof surface.
Chromalox’s CPR Heating Cable can be placed in conduit and embedded in concrete to prevent frost heave or placed onto concrete slabs for supplemental comfort heat. Chromalox’s CPR cable can even be placed inside of conduit for applications making replacement of the heating cable possible. Chromalox’s CPR is truly a versatile heating cable solution.
WARNING — A ground fault protection device is required by NEC to minimize the danger of fire if the heating cable is damaged or improperly installed. A minimum trip level of 30mA is recommended to minimize nuisance tripping.
- Energy efficient, self-regulating CPR uses less
energy when less heat is required.
- Easy to install, CPR can be cut to any length
(up to max. circuit length) in the field.
- Field splices can be performed easily in minutes
with no scrap or wasted cold sections.
- CPR can be overlapped without burnout, which
simplifies heat tracing of in-line process equipment
such as valves, elbows and pumps.
- Because CPR is self-regulating, overtemperature
conditions are minimized.
- Chromalox termination, splice, tee and end seal
kits reduce installation time.