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Electric Trace Heating - Roof and Gutter Heating

It will not burn or overheat even when overlapped
It self-regulates thermal performance in response to temperature
It can be cut to any length to suit any installation condition
Independent heat output control along the length
Soft (power) switching for energy-saving (which improves energy efficiency) and for a longer service life
Easy connection for powering and splicing.
Flexible and flat to suit complicated shape of work piece
Weather-proof ex. U.V, heat and rain


Snow that has built up on a roof will start to melt as a result of either exposure to the sun, or from heat rising from the building below. As the melted snow runs from the roof into cold gutters and drainpipes, it can re-freeze forming layers of ice which can continue to build up until the flow is blocked. This can result in damaged drains and gutters. Water can, in addition, get into the roof and building, leading to expensive structural damage such as broken roof tiles, damaged plaster, facades, etc.

Snow melting for holiday resorts and airports
Icicle Prevention for outdoor buildings
De-icing for roofs, gutters (icicle prevention)and drainpipes
Holiday Resort Building, Golf Course
Infrastructure e.g. Bridges, Airports
Tall commercial buildings and artistic monuments





The Solution

Ezeheat has the solution in the form of Gutter Trace Heating Kits. The self-regulating characteristics of the heating cable mean that the cable can adjust its heat output in accordance with its temperature. It cannot overheat or burnout, even when overlapped. The system is easy to design and install. The cable is laid along the gutters and in drainpipes (as shown in the application guide) to keep water flowing freely.

GutterTrace Heating - Installation

The design and installation of Ezeheat's Gutter Trace Heating system are simple as there are no fixed lengths. The heating tape can be cut to length during installation. During installation, Gutter-Trace extra is cut from the reel and placed in the gutter. The heating tape is suspended in the downpipe without the need for spacers. All systems - from the simplest to the most elaborate - use exactly the same components, thereby providing maximum flexibility and ease of design.

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