Anti-Condensate Heater Cables are short, inexpensive lengths of insulation sleeving with element wiring running through the middle. These cables are primarily used on electric motors and apparatus that are installed in wet or damp conditions where moisture build-up is a potential hazard.
When utilised, they provide an easily fitted, low cost option for maintaining a motor above “dew point” and reducing the possibility of moisture related insulation breakdown.
Anti-Condensate Heater Cables are ties into position on the head winding of a motor. The winding and heater are then varnished so that the heater becomes an integrated part of the motor. Anti-condensate heaters should be disconnected whilst the motor is energised as the heat produced by an operating motor will keep the temperature above “dew point”. Usually, this involves the installation of a change-over contact on the starter relay.
AG offers our Anti-Condensate Heater Cables in 10 different voltage ratings as standard with other, custom sizes and voltages available upon request. For more information on the full range available, don’t hesitate to contact your local AG branch.