Self-limiting Cables

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Self-limiting heating cables

The self-limiting heating cables for indoors are used for maintenance of the hot water supply and other fluids that need to maintain a certain temperature. The self-limiting capability of the cable ensures that the output increases or decreases according to the surrounding temperature. It ensures hot water in all taps, providing savings compared to a circulatory hot water system.

Heating cable reduces water waste as hot water is immediately supplied.​

Protection against Legionella—the system maintains the water supply at the required temperature level and provides appropriate disinfection to suppress the Legionella bacteria.​

Lower initial investment of DHW (Domestic Hot Water) system without circulation—appx. 50% less pipes, insulation, valves, and pumps to be installed as no return pipes and insulation are required.​

Space saving—no need for return pipe gives more room in service ducts.

Features and benefits using self-limiting cables

Provide appropriate disinfection to suppress the Legionella bacteria​

Reduce water waste as you can get hot water immediately​

50% less pipes, insulation, valves, and pumps to be installed since no return pipes are required​

Heating cables provide power where needed adapting output according to the ambient temperature

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    The self-limiting heating cables for indoors are used for maintenance of the hot water supply and other fluids that need to maintain a certain temperature. The self-limiting capability of the cable ensures that the output increases or decreases according to the surrounding temperature. It ensures hot water in all taps, providing savings compared to a circulatory hot water system.

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Relevant accessories

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Videos

Room heating with Danfoss heating cables

Room heating with Danfoss heating cables

Heating cables are mostly used in connection with new building or with larger renovation projects, where a completely new floor construction is laid out.

Electric heating videos on YouTube

Electric heating videos on YouTube

You can see all our videos about Electric Heating on a dedicated playlist on YouTube. Follow the link below.

Documents

Documents
Type Name Language Valid for Updated Download File type
Data sheet Danfoss EChotwatt 45, 55, 70 English Multiple 17 Jul, 2023 836.9 KB .pdf
Catalog Danfoss Product catalogue English Multiple 20.8 MB .pdf
Application guide DEVI Domestic Hot Water Application guide English Multiple 03 Mar, 2023 7.2 MB .pdf
Application guide DEVI Domestic Hot Water Application guide Romanian, Moldavian, Moldovan Romania 26 May, 2022 1.1 MB .pdf
Application guide DEVI Domestic Hot Water Application guide_v2 Danish Denmark 18 Jun, 2024 1.3 MB .pdf
Catalog DEVI Product Catalogue Norwegian Bokmål Norway 28 Jun, 2022 13.6 MB .pdf
Catalog DEVI Product Catalogue Finnish Finland 04 Mar, 2022 10.4 MB .pdf
Catalog DEVI Product Catalogue Finnish Finland 25 Jan, 2023 30.6 MB .pdf
Catalog DEVI Product Catalogue German Austria 25 Apr, 2024 6.4 MB .pdf
Catalog DEVI Product Catalogue English Multiple 14 Mar, 2024 28.4 MB .pdf
Catalog DEVI Product Catalogue Ukrainian Ukraine 27 Nov, 2023 4.2 MB .pdf
Catalog DEVI Product Catalogue Finnish Finland 12 Feb, 2024 32.9 MB .pdf
Catalog DEVI Product Catalogue 2022 Latvian Latvia 29 Mar, 2022 3.1 MB .pdf
Data sheet DEVIhotwatt™ 45 English Multiple 07 Jul, 2015 308.2 KB .pdf
Application guide Domestic Hot Water Application manual English Multiple 23 Dec, 2016 3.3 MB .pdf
Data sheet EChotwatt 45, 55, 70 German Austria 09 Jul, 2019 13.2 MB .pdf

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Warranty

Warranty

At Danfoss, it is important for us to deliver high-quality products with long-lasting effects. Should you, against all expectations, experience a problem with your product, Danfoss offers a warranty for electric heating products valid from the date of purchase that was no later than 2 years from production date.
 
Depending on the product, the product guarantee is valid for two years, five years, or twenty years.
 
Product warranty covers costs for:

  • product replacement with a new comparable product or repair of the product
  • transportation costs

Case studies

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