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Self Regulating Heating Cable, Mounting Location Wet or Dry, Cable Length 75 ft., Max. Circuit Length 250 ft., Heater Voltage 120VAC, 450 Watts On Metal, 600 Watts On Plastic, Features Easy to Install, For Use With Short Pipes, Water Pipe System, Plastic or Metal Pipe Up to 2 1/2 In. Dia., Standards UL Listed and CSA Certified
 

max temp

what is the max temp it can maintain? and at what gph?
This is what the supplier says about that. "This product is designed for freeze protection and is rated at 6 watts per foot @ 120 volt. When used on metal pipe will produce 450 watts and with plastic pipe will produce 600 watts. This product can expect to produce about 40F depending on ambient temperatures".

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"The source for the answers given by Grainger in Ask and Answer are based on the information provided with the question, which may not be complete or may not apply to other situations, and based on product literature and informational materials, the content of which is provided by Grainger’s product suppliers. Grainger disclaims liability for any information it provides in Ask and Answer which later may be alleged or determined by a court of law to be inaccurate or incorrect. The answers given by Grainger in Ask and Answer are not intended to replace or supplement any professional, engineering or other consultation services available to its product users. Always read, understand, and follow the product information and instructions provided by the manufacturer.
6 years, 4 months ago
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JasonM
Lincolnshire, IL, USA
 
Water Level Control, Universal, Electronic With Microprocessor For Site Automation or Integration, Switch Type (3)SPST, Enclosure Type NEMA 4X, Sensors Included Fill Height With Low Level Alarm, Input Voltage 110 VAC 50/60 Hz, Includes Waterline Controller in NEMA 4x Box, Sensor Wire, Stainless Steel Sensor Assembly, Mounting Brackets and U Bolts, Installation Instructions,
 

How do I get one with a 200' cable, which mfr says is maximum length?

Field of Industry:: HVAC Controls
Product used for:: Water level control
Years purchasing from Grainger:: 18
This is what the supplier says about that. "The Sensor shall be connected to the control panel with a maximum of 50 ft of wire provided as part of the sensor".

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"The source for the answers given by Grainger in Ask and Answer are based on the information provided with the question, which may not be complete or may not apply to other situations, and based on product literature and informational materials, the content of which is provided by Grainger’s product suppliers. Grainger disclaims liability for any information it provides in Ask and Answer which later may be alleged or determined by a court of law to be inaccurate or incorrect. The answers given by Grainger in Ask and Answer are not intended to replace or supplement any professional, engineering or other consultation services available to its product users. Always read, understand, and follow the product information and instructions provided by the manufacturer.
6 years, 4 months ago
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JasonM
Lincolnshire, IL, USA
 
Unassembled Single Inlet Forward Curve Direct Drive Blower, Wheel Diameter 10 5/8 Inches, Airflow @ 0.000/0.500/1.250 Inches Static Pressure 1510/1290/1000 CFM, Includes 3/4 HP 115/230 Volt Single Phase Open Dripproof Motor, Inlet Diameter 10 Inches, Outlet Height 11 3/4 Inches, Outlet Width 8 Inches, Overall Height 21 Inches, Overall Width 19 Inches, Overall Depth 18 Inches, CW Rotation Viewed From Drive Side, Maximum Inlet Air Temperature 180 Degrees F
 

What is the optimum location for the wheel in the housing?

Assembly instructions indicate wheel should be installed a minimum 1/4" from the cone of the housing. Does this provide the best performance for the fan as opposed to centering the wheel in the housing? Fan product number is 7C453.
Field of Industry:: Engineer
Product used for:: Industrial
Years purchasing from Grainger:: 11
This is what the supplier says about that. Having the wheel more than 1/4" from the cone can create air gaps or air loss.

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"The source for the answers given by Grainger in Ask and Answer are based on the information provided with the question, which may not be complete or may not apply to other situations, and based on product literature and informational materials, the content of which is provided by Grainger’s product suppliers. Grainger disclaims liability for any information it provides in Ask and Answer which later may be alleged or determined by a court of law to be inaccurate or incorrect. The answers given by Grainger in Ask and Answer are not intended to replace or supplement any professional, engineering or other consultation services available to its product users. Always read, understand, and follow the product information and instructions provided by the manufacturer.
6 years, 4 months ago
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JasonM
Lincolnshire, IL, USA
 
Line Volt Mechanical Tstat, Thermostat Switch Type SPDT, Thermostat Control Range 30 Degrees to 110 Degrees F, Thermostat Voltage 24 to 600VAC, Full Load Amps @ 120VAC 16A, Full Load Amps @ 240VAC 8A, Thermostat Programmable No, Remote Sensing Capability No, Thermostat Heating/Cooling Heating/Cooling, Remote Sensing Bulb Included No, Switch Action Open/Close on Rise, Number of Switches 1, Differential 3.5 Degrees F, Height 5-3/4 In., Width 2-1/2 In., Depth 2-1/2 In.
 

can this be intalled for an attic fan thermostat or should i be using a 2e340

Yes this can work for your application with an attic fan.

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"The source for the answers given by Grainger in Ask and Answer are based on the information provided with the question, which may not be complete or may not apply to other situations, and based on product literature and informational materials, the content of which is provided by Grainger’s product suppliers. Grainger disclaims liability for any information it provides in Ask and Answer which later may be alleged or determined by a court of law to be inaccurate or incorrect. The answers given by Grainger in Ask and Answer are not intended to replace or supplement any professional, engineering or other consultation services available to its product users. Always read, understand, and follow the product information and instructions provided by the manufacturer.
6 years, 4 months ago
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JasonM
Lincolnshire, IL, USA