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Conserving Historic Buildings With Aesthetically Pleasing Roof Ice Melt Systems

It is becoming increasingly important for architects to focus on the conservation and renovation of older buildings, as opposed to designing and creating new ones. Preserving historic architecture…

Long-Term Preventative Measures to Avoid Winter Accidents

Building owners cannot afford to ignore the ever-increasing cost of building damage and personal injury liability associated with winter accidents. When it comes to winter weather, there are…

Is Pipe Insulation Enough to Prevent Them from Freezing?

Freezing winter weather often takes a toll on buildings and the infrastructure within them. Prolonged periods of freezing temperatures cause particular problems to exposed pipework around all types…

How Do Self Regulating Heating Cables Work?

Self regulating heating cables offer protection against burst water pipes, frozen roof gutters, ice or snow-covered ramps, stairways and walkways. The use of these systems provides a reliable…

How RIM Systems Can Protect Your Roof

Ice dams and icicles are some of the most dangerous hazards a roof can face during winter. They can affect all kinds of roofs types including flat roofs,…

Self Regulating Heat Trace Cable: A Clever Way to Melt the Ice

Ice is one of the most dangerous elements that comes with winter weather. Whether it accumulates on building roofs, pipes, the ground or other objects, ice can be…

The Challenges Offshore Vessels Face in Cold Climates

Ever since the discovery of large quantities of natural resources in arctic environments, governments have been attracted to further exploration and development of oil. In addition to the…

Why is Electric Heat Tracing so Important During Winter?

Proper process temperature heating is important at all times of the year but especially during the winter. The extreme nature of the season can have lasting effects on…

Five Ways to Use Electric Heat Tracing

Electric heat tracing is used in many process industries to maintain process fluids at the desired temperatures. Let’s take a look at five common uses of heat-tracing applications…

Steam Tracing vs. Electric Heat Tracing

Deciding which method of heat tracing is best for your application is a tough decision that involves many factors. Cost, effectiveness, environment and more are all different factors…