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Pipe Tracing

found throughout unheated garages on all drain and water lines. The efficiency of our self regulating systems keeps electricity consumption costs down. Our self regulating cables consist of two parallel conductors embedded in a conductive polymer heating core. The core is cross linked to ensure long-term reliability. The self-regulating heating cable automatically adjusts power output to compensate for temperature changes. As the temperature drops, the number of electrical paths through the core increases and more heat is produced. Conversely, as the temperature rises, the core has fewer electrical paths and less heat is produced.

 

Leaside Electric has designed and installed pipe tracing systems in such locations as: Toronto West General Hospital, Centennial College, West Park Hospital, and countless other commercial and residential high rise complexes.

 

Leaside Electric also repairs pipe tracing systems with Raychem self regulating cable or pyrotenax mineral insulated cable. If your system is experiencing a fault we have the knowledge and equipment to pin point the location of the problem and restore your system to a functional state. Repairing pipe tracing systems can often times be more cost effective as it doesn't require any new cable or the insulation to be stripped along the entire length of the pipe.

Applications of Pipe Tracing

Industries Served

Leaside Electric specializes in designing, installing, and repairing pipe tracing systems found on drain pipes, wet sprinkler lines, drip drums, process lines, and many other locations. Pipe tracing plays an essential part in ensuring that pipes are maintained at a sufficient temperature in areas subject to freezing. If wet sprinkler systems, or drip drums aren't properly protected with pipe tracing cables the stationary water is likely to freeze, expand, and burst the pipe causing flooding and extensive property damage. Pipe tracing systems can also be found