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SRP Self-Regulating Process Temperature • Approximate Size 3/8"W x 1/8"H • Available in 5, 10, 15 Watts per Foot • Available in 120 and 208-277V models • Third-party certifications: FM • Process Temperature Maintenance to 230°F (110°C) • Maximum Continuous Exposure Temp, Power off, 275°F (135°C) • Circuit Lengths to 750 feet • T-Ratings - See data sheet • Min. Install Temp = -76°F (-60°C) • Min. Bend Radius 1-1/8" • For use on Metal Pipes & Tanks
Chromalox SRP self-regulating heating cable provides safe, reliable heat tracing for process maintenance applications to 230°F (110°C) or freeze protection of pipes / tank with high heat losses. Constructed of industrial grade 16 AWG buss wire with a tinned copper braid and optional overjacketing, SRP ensures operating integrity most hostile industrial environments.
Because SRP is self-regulating, overtemperature conditions are minimized. Chromalox U-Series Connection Kits reduce installation time.
• Freeze Protection • Freeze Protection, High Exposure Temperature • Process Maintenance, Low Temperature • Process Maintenance, High Temperature
Features of SRP Cable
• Max. Maintenance Temp. (°F) 225 • Max. Exposure Temp. (°F) Power Off 275 • Max. W/Ft. 15 • Max. Circuit Length (Ft.) 55-750 • Buss Wire Size 16 • Voltages 120, 208-270 • Hazardous Ratings Yes • Usable on Plastic Pipe No • Cut-to-Length in Field Yes • Field Splicable Yes • Can be Overlapped Yes • Output Varies with Temp. Yes • Varies Output Along Length Yes • Accessories D/UL • Monitor Wire Available Yes
SRP Corrosion Selection Guide
• Moisture C, CT • Aqueous Solutions of Inorganic Compounds CT • Liquids Organic Chemicals Acids or Bases CT • Acids or Bases CT C - Tin-Plated copper metallic braid for additional protection and ground path CT - Fluoropolymer corrosion resistant overjacket over braid for hostile/corrosive environments This is a recommendation guide. Chromalox cannot warrant any Electric Heat Trace against failure by sheath degradation if such failure is the result of operating conditions beyond the control of the heater manufacturer. It is the responsibility of the purchaser to make the ultimate choice of sheath material based on knowledge of the chemical composition of the corrosive solution, character of materials entering the solution, and controls which maintains the process.