Bhs Heating Cable for Hardening/Frost Protection of Concrete
|Min. Order (Meters)||FOB Price|
|100+||US $2-100 / Meter|
1.Product pictures of BHS Heating cable for hardening/frost protection of concrete
2.General imformation of BHS Heating cable for hardening/frost protection of concrete
The BHS system can also be used to heat building structures, assuming they have been correctly insulated. As heat accumulates in concrete, it is advantageous to connect the system up only at night when the electricity rates are favourable. The temperature is controlled via the thermostat of the central BHS unit which also has a timer function.
Calculating the area and cable spacing when curing concrete
If the system is used for drying, the cables must be connected pair-wise in series, so that only a quarter of the output is utilised. The series connection adapter allows this to be done in a simple way.
Effect when drying out concrete
1750 W (875 W/cable)
700 W (350 W/cable)
370 W (185 W/cable)
190 W (95 W/cable)
BHS cables with a length of 3.3 m are used predominantly when casting pillars. Four cables are placed in this case.
WuHu Jiahong New Material Co. Ltd is the largest heating cable manufacturer in Asia-pacific. We are always dedicated to research, develop and produce both constant wattage and self-regulating heating cables since 1993. Till now, Jiahong has obtained more than 30 national patents. We are one of the few members of China self-regulating heating cable national standard GB/T 19835-2005.
Most of WuHu Jiahong products passed UL, CSA, ETL, TUV, CE, ATEX etc. We export to many regions, especially North America, Europe, Australia and Asia. High quality combines with professional services earned us a good reputation.
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1.How long will it take for the underfloor heating system to warm up?
The warm up time of an electric underfloor heating system will be dictated by the insulation used beneath it and the output of the system. In general, the better insulated the sub-floor the faster the system will warm up, with Underfloor Insulation boards?facilitating a very speedy warm up time of as little as 15 minutes, and un-insulated concrete floors causing the slowest warm up time. Using a?200W system?beneath ceramic/stone tiles provides a faster warm up time than 150W system.
2. Can I turn my heating on the day it is fitted?
If you have installed your heating beneath tile adhesive, levelling compound or a screed you must allow this to dry out before turning on your system for the first time. If the system is turned on too early it will force the moisture out of the covering which may lead it to crack. We would recommend speaking to the manufacturer of your flexible tile adhesive, grout or screed to confirm the drying time required.
3. Does each room require its own thermostat?
We would recommend that each room has its own heating system controlled by its own thermostat. This will allow for simpler and more accurate temperature control of each room and will avoid heating rooms which do not require it.