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ProMelt Mat 240V 2x20ft 6.3A 38W

SKU SM3824002024

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Main Features of SM3824002024 ProMelt Mat 240V 2x20ft 6.3A 38W.


  • Mat size: 2' x 20' (2x20 feet), OR (24" x 240" (24x240 inches) 0.61m x 6.1m (0.61x6.1 meters))
  • Heated area: Sq Ft
  • Heat output (BTU): 6800 BTU total
  • See all the quality standard features built in to SM3824002024 SunTouch ProMelt.
  • Whats’s in the box: SM3824002024 - Mat, Detailed Installation Manual. Video Online
  • 10 Year backed by USA Manufacturer since 1873
  • Made in USA
  • SM3824002024, SM3824002024

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Specifications

Specifications

Voltage 240 VAC
How to choose 120 or 240 Volt Same Energy efficiency & same Watts/SF. More Sq Footage per circuit with 240v. Most Snow Melting systems are 240v
Heat Output BTUs per SF 170 BTU per Sq Ft/Hour
Heating Power : Total BTU's 6800 BTU total
Manufacturer SunTouch Watts Radiant
Brand Name SunTouch ProMelt
Power Lead Type Insulated, NEC color code, Single point connection at 1 corner of mat. No return wire like inferior products
Power Lead Length 20 Feet
Power Lead Wire Gauge 14 AWG
Thickness 1/4" in. inch
Heating Wire Spacing 4" inches
Minimum Bend Radius 1 inch
Ohms Reading (resistance value) 31 - 39 ohms
EMF (Electro Magnetic Field) Yes. Verified by Independent Testing Laboratory as ultra low. REET test
Controls/Thermostat is required for operation Automated Snow Sensing Controller recommeded for safety and lower energy use
Packaging Easy Open Cardboard - no frustration
Length of heating area Feet 20' ft. feet
Width of heating area Inches 24" in. inch
Length of heating area Inches 240" in. inch
Instructions + Video

Instructions + Video

Instruction Manual
Skill Level Installation only by qualified persons. Electrician recommended for wiring. Read More
GFEP / GFCI Protection (Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter) Required for each circuit at the panel.
Maximum Circuit Load 30 or 50 Amps @ 240v, depending on controls chosen
Maximum Circuit Overload Protection 70 A Breaker.
Recommended Insulation Resistance test by Electrician Use a Megohmeter - see manual
Electrical Box Size (Where Mats connect to Thermostat) Suitable outdoor junction boxes as needed
Full Length End-to-End ground wire Yes. Braided copper ground plane
Spacing of attachment to Mesh/Rebar or surface Every 24" using plastic ties (no metal) for mesh, or nail through tape for surface
Distance from Edges of Concrete/Asphalt Minimum 6" from edge of slab or 12" for asphalt without a curb
Minimum Depth 1.50" inches below top of heated surface-completely covered : See Installation Manual
Recommended Method and Depth for Slab Use Chairs/dobies so rebar/Mesh ProMelt is attached to is in top 2" of slab - See Installation Manual.
Recommended Method and Depth for Asphalt Attach ProMelt over cooled asphalt base layer- Cover with hand shoveled final asphalt layer min 1.5 inch thick-DO NOT DRIVE machines on exposed ProMelt. Roll with small roller or compactor. - See Installation Manual
Recommended Method and Depth for Pavers in sand Minimum 1.5 inches sand over cables, max paver thickness of 2.50 inches - See Installation Manual
Recommended Method and Depth for Pavers in Concrete Maximum 2.50" total thickness over cables - See Installation Manual
Recommended Method and Depth for Tile/Stone 1.25" minimum - See Installation Manual and TCNA guidelines
Suitable Installation Surfaces / Materials: Embedded in Concrete, Asphalt, Pavers in sand or concrete, Thickset mortar on slab. -See Installation Manual
Do Not Install in other surfaces Not in Dirt, gravel, walls, etc. ONLY approved installations
Maximum exposure temperature 285°F (140°C) Short-term max. for asphalt covering
Minimum Installation Temperature 40°F (4.5°C)
Installation Layout Map customized for my project Yes - Available on request
Insulation Recommended Insulation is not recommended. Vehicular traffic can compress insulation causing problems.
Outdoor Installation Only Outdoor Snow Melting or Heating Application only.
Deck or Elevated applications Minimum 1" inch masonary below and above heating elements
Cut Warning No. Never cut the heating elements to shorten
More Details

More Details

Why Helps

ProMelt Mats install faster and easier than any snow melting system in 3 easy steps once you have read all instructions, planned the electrical details, designed a layout and prepared your jobsite:

  1. Roll out the mats onto prepared base surface or wire mesh/rebar
  2. Make turns by cutting tape and fitting mat to any shape area and around obstacles or up steps
  3. Secure to base or mesh using mat tape, nails or zip ties

The ProMelt radiant heating mats are built tough for Permanent installation within virtually any surface to provide efficient melting of snow and ice automatically. They must be completely embedded and at least 1.25 inches below the top of the new layer.

  • New Concrete Surfaces install in top 2 inches secured to rebar or wire mesh on supports/chairs
  • New Asphalt on top of base layer. ProMelt's polyurethane outer insulation layer withstands 300 Degrees F
  • Pavers or brick set in compacted sand beds or in mortar
  • Stone or tile set in thickset mortar. Building Code requires all outdoor systems to be 1.25 inches below the top of the new surface
  • Not for use in gravel or dirt - must be embedded as described above
Watts Per SF 38 Watts per Square Foot
Amp Draw 6.3
Total Watts 1520 watts
Warranty from Manufacturer 10 Year backed by USA Manufacturer since 1873
Heating Wire ETFE Fluoropolymer, Braided copper ground plane, Foil shield and Outside polyurethane jacket
Heated Area $40.00
Size in Inches 24" x 240" (24x240 inches)
Size in Feet 2' x 20' (2x20 feet)
Installation Style Open Mat. Heating wire secured with tape.
Custom Size Options None. Standard lengths only. No customization
Safety Listing ETL Listed for U.S. and Canada under UL (Underwriters Laboratory) 515, IEEE 515.1, and CAN/USA C22.2 No. 130-03 : Listing file number: 3151992
Canadian Electric Code reference Section 62 (CEC) Part I. Plus any local code requirements
National Electric Code reference ANSI/NFPA 70 especially Article 426. Plus any local code requirements
Repairable Heating Wire Yes, Wire can be repaired. Repair kits and assistance available.
Made In USA Made in USA

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