The solution when constructing concrete structures in conditions of low temperatures and high humidity
When constructing concrete structures in conditions of low temperatures and high humidity, the concrete hardening process takes longer, and heat may be needed during curing.
The power requirement for concrete curing is up to 400 W/m³. For this purpose, a heating cable with a power of 40 W/m is used.
The concrete-curing cable must be installed and controlled taking into account the current conditions. For example, if there is a requirement for a maximum temperature during curing, one can control the heating cable via a suitable thermostat.
The cable can be installed at down to -15°C. In colder weather, one option is to briefly turn the cable on and heat it up.
10 – 85 m
400 – 3400 W
Nominal Power 40 W/m
Supply voltage 230 V
Cable dimensions – Ø5.5 mm (+/- 0.5 mm)
Conductor insulation – XLPE
Earthing – Aluminium Mylar tape with copper conductor