Systems For New Concrete Roofs

HotTilePRO™ is a simple patent pending one-piece roof edge ice
melt system engineered to install on all new construction or re-roof
projects. Specially designed three sided angulated raceways
securely hold commercial grade self regulating heat trace cable in
place for a direct heat transfer for maximum performance (see
independent third party report on Thermal Analysis). The benefit of
a direct heat transfer is less heat trace cable is needed to prevent
ice dam and icicles formations on roof edges. Less heat trace
cable means lower energy costs. In addition, comparative thermal
analysis completed by an independent third party helped to
determine the optimal distance between heat cables to achieve
maximum melting capacity. Easily installs around gutters and
downspouts

 

HotTilePRO2X™ is a simple patent pending one-piece roof edge
ice melt system engineered to install on all new construction or reroof
projects. Specially designed three sided angulated raceways
securely hold commercial grade self regulating heat trace cables in
place for a direct heat transfer for maximum performance and
achieve a minimum 20 inch melt back (see independent third party
report on Thermal Analysis). The benefit of a direct heat transfer is
less heat trace cable is needed to prevent ice dam and icicles
formations on roof edges. Less heat trace cable means lower
energy costs. In addition, comparative thermal analysis completed
by an independent third party helped to determine the optimal
distance between heat cables to achieve maximum melting
capacity. Easily installs around gutters and downspouts.

HotTilePRO3X™ is a simple patent pending one-piece roof
edge ice melt system engineered to install on all new construction
or re-roof projects. Specially designed three sided angulated
raceways securely hold commercial grade self regulating heat
trace cables in place for a direct heat transfer for maximum
performance and achieve a minimum 30 inch melt back (see
independent third party report on Thermal Analysis). The benefit of
a direct heat transfer is less heat trace cable is needed to
prevent ice dam and icicles formations on roof edges. Less
heat trace cable means lower energy costs. In addition,
comparative thermal analysis completed by an independent third
party helped to determine the optimal distance between heat
cables to achieve maximum melting capacity. Easily installs
around gutters and downspouts.