Building industry, construction

People working in the building and public works sectors have to handle a great many situations in which it is essential to maintain constant temperatures. Flexible heating elements are needed for this, either during building work or afterwards when the buildings are being used.
  1. Water Freeze Protection with Heating Element

    Water freeze protection with heating cables.

    Protect the water supply in housing, garages, car parks, gardens or on the roofs of buildings whose pipes need to be protected against freezing in winter. As heat insulation has made great progress, piping now runs through colder and colder areas. Not only do they need to be lagged, but also heat losses must be offset to prevent freezing thanks to heating elements. Learn More
  2. Avoid Damages on Floor skating rink with heating Elements

    Avoid damages on floor skating rinks with heating cables.

    Keep floor slabs at constant temperature by forming a thermal barrier under the insulation with heating elements to prevent condensation from forming which, as it expands when freezing, could damage the floor of the building. Learn More
  3. Keep Accesses Free of Ice with Heating Elements

    Keep accesses free of ice with heating cables.

    Keep accesses to shopping centres, hospitals, car park ramps, pedestrian crossings, walkways, bridges or loading dock platforms free from snow and black ice by using heating elements set into the concrete slab or asphalt. Learn More
  4. Stadium Heated with Heating Elements, Flexelec

    Stadium heating with heating cables.

    Make sure that sports events or training sessions take place in the best possible conditions. By laying the heating element under the playing field they can be used whatever the weather conditions. By keeping the grass free of snow as it falls and preventing it from freezing it will last significantly longer. Learn More
  5. Heating of Landing Area or Walkways with Heating Elements

    Heating of landing areas or walkways with heating cables.

    Make helicopter landing safer and make it easier for emergency medical teams to arrive on the scene by fitting heating elements that activate in the event of harsh weather conditions. Helistations or walkways are generally made of concrete or metal. Learn More
  6. Temperature Maintenance of Bitumen with Heater Cable

    Temperature maintenance of bitumens with heater cables.

    Fluidify bitumen and binder materials during road works byhigh temperature heat-tracing of piping, pumps and underpasses. Learn More
  7. Avoid ice on Roads or Tracks with Heating Element

    Avoid ice on roads or tracks with heating cables.

    Prevent accidents on steep gradients of urban road networks, or enable vehicle testing circuits to be used for longer in the year by removing snow and stopping black ice from forming.
    Specially developed heating elements can be incorporated directly into the road surface while it is being laid. Learn More
  8. Freeze Protection of the Safety Fire Systems with Heating Elements

    Freeze protection of the safety fire systems with heating cables.

    Make sure with heating elements that water is supplied to fire hydrants and safety showers. Whatever the climate, it is vital that emergency services have operational equipment available, or automatic systems come into action as quickly and as efficiently as possible. Learn More
  9. Freeze Protection of Tunnel equipments with Heating Cables

    Freeze protection of tunnel equipments with heating cables.

    As in the Channel Tunnel, flexible heating elements are used to keep fire mains and water mains up to temperature over very large distances. Learn More
  10. Keep warm the hot water with Heating Element

    Keep warm the hot water with heating cable.

    Reduce water consumption when the tap-off point is distant from the boiler. In hotels, schools, leisure centres, offices and shopping centres, major savings can be made by not having to waste water while waiting until it runs hot. To achieve this, a heating cable is simply run along the piping under the lagging.
    This system can also be used in certain cases for periodic destruction of legionnaires’ disease bacteria. Learn More
  11. Stop snow and ice in gutters with Heating Cable

    Stop snow and ice in gutters with heating cables.

    Stop snow and ice from building up in gutters, roof valleys, drainpipes or roofs by using heating cables. If these drainage systems are out of action, water could overflow and damage facades. Similarly, icicles that have formed along roof edges can be dangerous for passers-by, and snow building up on roofs with a small gradient can weaken the structure of the building. Learn More
  12. Heating Element to Secure the maintenance equipment of skating rings with heating cable

    Secure the maintenance equipment of skating rings with heating cable.

    Prevent ice removed during defrost cycles from building up and help it to run away by including a heating cable in the bottom of tanks, along gutters and drainpipes, etc. Learn More
  13. Floor Heating with Heating Element, Flexelec

    Floor heating with heating cable.

    Make use of the accumulating capacity of concrete slabs to heat rooms or patios by means of heating cables set into the slab. Underfloor heating is very comfortable as the temperature is the same throughout the room with fewer fluctuations. The system also takes up less space than conventional heating systems. Learn More

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