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Freeze protection can be an area of concern in the Construction Industry. Easily protect and prevent water lines and tanks from freezing by using BriskHeat’s self-regulating heating cable and silicone rubber heating blankets. For excavation of small areas, BriskHeat’s snow melting mats can be used to warm the ground prior to excavation. BriskHeat also offers roof and gutter heating cable that can be installed to prevent snow and ice build-up on structures.

Applications


Adhesive Tube Warming

Construction workers and maintenance personnel often require tubes of adhesives and sealants to properly complete their daily responsibilities. Construction adhesives are commonly used to bond materials and objects where fasteners cannot be used. 

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Roof & Gutter Ice Dam Prevention

During cold winter months ice dams form on the edge of rooftops and cause significant roof damage along with safety hazards from falling ice. 

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Spray Foam Insulation Warming

Spray foam is a popular insulation alternative to traditional building materials such as fiberglass. 

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Emergency De-icing and Freeze Protection

The cold weather can wreak havoc on exposed valves, pumps, pipes, bearings, filter housing, and other industrial objects. When these parts freeze, they typically become unusable, and in extreme conditions damaged. 

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Preheating and Welding Steel

When TIG welding thick steel materials, cracking and weld failures can occur due to the extreme thermal stresses imposed by rapid cooling at the weld point. Preheating prior to welding is done to slow the cooling process and reduce the potential for weld failure. 

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Refrigerant Cylinder Jug Warming

Residential and commercial buildings rely on many forms of cooling systems to keep people, animals, food, chemicals, etc. cool and comfortable. The most common systems are air conditioning or HVAC units, but there are also many refrigerators, freezers, and dehumidifiers used. 

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