BTV Self-Regulating Heating Cable - Raychem

Maintains Temperatures up to 65°C


The RAYCHEM BTV self-regulating heating cable is tailored for freeze protection and maintaining process temperatures of pipes and vessels without the need for steam cleaning. Withstanding temperatures up to 150°F/65°C and intermittent exposure to 185°F/85°C, it’s approved for hazardous areas. RAYCHEM BTV heating cable offers a polyolefin outer jacket (-CR) suitable for mild inorganic solutions, while the fluoropolymer outer jacket (-CT) provides exceptional resistance against aggressive organics and corrosives.

Designed for freeze protection and process temperature maintenance, the BTV family of self-regulating heating cables ensures reliability and efficiency. Operating within temperatures up to 150°F (65°C) and capable of withstanding intermittent exposure to 185°F (85°C), these cables are suitable for both non-hazardous and hazardous locations, including areas with corrosive substances. They comply with the U.S. National Electrical Code and the Canadian Electrical Code standards.

Raychem BTV Heating Cable Features

  • Simplified design for hazardous areas: unconditional T6 class
  • Swift installation: cut-to-length capability, multiple overlaps allowed, meter markings, user-friendly connection kits
  • Safe and efficient operation: prevents overheating, ensures uniform pipe temperatures, incorporates energy-saving technology

Raychem BTV Heating Cable Specifications

  • Max Maintain or Continuous Exposure Temperature: Power On/Off65 °C
  • Max Intermittent Exposure Temperature: Power On/Off85 °C
  • Supply Voltage: 200 – 277 V
  • Ground Path Type: Braid
  • Area Classification: Non-Hazardous; Hazardous

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