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pdf-logo HotDrip™

HotDrip product is designed to prevent icicles and ice dams from forming at the edge of “A-Style” metal roof edges utilizing a commercial-grade 12W self-regulating UL-approved for roof and gutter deicing heat cable. Many metal roof edges to not have a metal lip/drip edge and use a 90 degree edge. This “A-Style” is used in the rakes of gable roof ends to achieve a neat even finish designed to simply cover and protect exposed wood sheeting edges from moisture deterioration. This flush mounted roof edge is just flashing with a 90 degree bend and with a small offset hem at the bottom which prevents snowmelt from running down the fascia board. For simple installation, HotDrip slips between a small horizontal gap between the bottom edge of the metal roofing material and the top surface of the cap. It is important to confirm that this horizontal gap exists and to understand how the roofing material is secured, i.e. the space available to slide HotDrip into the horizontal gap, i.e. 2.5 or 4.5 inches, etc.

pdf-logo HotEdge Rail™

HotEdge Rail is the first and only UL Listed roof edge ice melt system in the U.S. The revolutionary NEW patent-pending HotEdge Rail is engineered to prevent icicles and ice dams from forming along the edge of most roof structures by compressing a 12-watt commercial- grade, self-regulating heat cable directly against the existing metal drip edge.

HotEdge Rail fastens to the fascia beneath the metal drip edge of a roof, providing a containment system for the heat cable. HotEdge Rail is designed for a fast, simple retrofit to existing roofs or for installation on new construction. The system requires no roof clips or penetration of the roof deck, and no modifications are necessary on most metal roof structures.

pdf-logo HotFlashing™

HotFlashing is a special engineered design used to prevent ice dam formations where roof walls meet roof slopes utilizing a commercial-grade 12W self-regulating UL-approved roof and gutter deicing heat cable. Since roof to wall or wall to roof can be problematic areas on many roof structures in medium and high snow load regions. A specially designed three sided angulated raceway securely holds a secure a single commercial grade self regulating heat trace cable in place for a direct heat transfer to prevent ice build-up along wall/roof areas on all roof structures.

pdf-logo HotSeam™

HotSeam relies on a patent pending one-piece design engineered to easily attach to existing standing/raised seams. A three-sided raceway securely compresses a single commercial grade self regulating heat trace cable in place for direct heat transfer to existing metal roof panels. No modification to existing roof decking or penetrations to standing /raised seams is required. The benefit of a direct heat transfer is less heat trace cable is needed to prevent ice and snow pack accumulations. Less heat trace cable means lower energy costs. The open raceway design conforms to the NEC (National Electrical Code) Article 426 and provides access for insertion, inspection and replacement. A non-penetrating seam clamp is used to securely hold HotSeam to standing/raised seams. Unlimited snowpack elimination is possible to prevent ice build-up and reduce roof loads.

pdf-logo HotShingle™

HotShingle is a patent pending one-piece roof edge ice melt systems engineered to easily install on all remodel and new construction roof structures. A specially designed three sided angulated raceway securely holds a single commercial grade self regulating heat trace cable in place for direct heat transfer to all roof edges. The benefit of a direct heat transfer is less heat trace cable is needed to prevent ice dam and icicles formations on all roof edges. Less heat trace cable means lower energy costs. Easily installs around gutters and downspouts. And since no modifications are required to existing roof structure, overall project costs remain a fraction of all other market alternatives. The open raceway design conforms to the NEC (National Electrical Code) Article 426 and provides access for insertion, inspection and replacement. HotShingle2X and 3X are engineered to hold two and three heat trace cable runs for extreme applications when a minimum of 20+ inches of melt back from roof edge is needed.

pdf-logo HotShingleLOK™

HotShingleLOK is a patent pending one-piece roof edge ice melt system engineered to lock onto existing asphalt composite shingle without penetrating roof deck. A specially designed three sided angulated raceway securely holds a secure a single commercial grade self regulating heat trace cable in place for a direct heat transfer. The benefit of a direct heat transfer is less heat trace cable is needed to prevent ice dam and icicles formations on all roof edges. Less heat trace cable means lower energy costs. Easily installs around gutters and downspouts. And since no modifications are required to existing roof structure, overall project costs remain a fraction of all other market alternatives. HotShingleLOK2X and 3X are engineered to hold two and three heat trace cable runs for extreme applications when a minimum of 20+ inches of melt back from roof edge is needed.

pdf-logo HotValley™

HotValley creates wide melt path for snow melt water to prevent ice dam formations. It is recommended that HotValley be used in combination with any HotEdge roof edge ice melt system since it is always critical that snow melt water created by HotValley is not able to re-freeze on roof edges where icicles and ice dams could form. HotValley is composed of a three sided metal track designed to encapsulate one or two runs of commercial-grade 12W self- regulating UL-approved deicing heat cable. It is designed for fast, simple installation in all roof valleys. The HotValley is attached to the valley with high quality commercial grade polyurethane adhesive, avoiding penetrations to the roof deck. Thermal energy is conducted directly from the heat cable to the HotValley track, and radiates outward from the track, resulting in a wide melt path sufficient to prevent pooling and allow snowmelt to reach the heated roof eave.