2000 Series Self-Regulating Heat Trace CableThe 2300 series of self-regulating heating cables are designed to supply a specified amount of heat at any point along their length in direct response to local temperature variations. These cables can maintain temperatures up to 250°F (120°C) and will withstand 150 psig saturated steam purging and intermittent temperature excursions to 366°F (185°C).

2300 series cables can be cut to length and terminated in the field, and will not overheat or burnout when overlapped.


The industrial grade 2300 cables provide freeze protection and process temperature maintenance for fluid transport and storage systems requiring high levels of heat output or exposure to elevated temperatures.

The bus wires, jackets and metallic braids can be configured for both ordinary (non-classified) locations and hazardous (classified), including areas where exposure to corrosive or organic materials is possible.


Output wattage:
5, 10, 15 w/ft @ 50°F

Supply voltages:
110 - 120 or 208V - 277Vac

Continuous maintenance temperature:
250°F (120°C) max

Maximum exposure temperature:
366°F (185°C)

T Rating*:

*T-Rating per the 1999 NEC, Tables 500-5(d) and verified by FM and CSA.

Braid resistance:
Tinned copper: 0.003 Ω/ft
Stainless steel: 0.125 Ω/ft


Factory Mutual:
Ordinary locations
Hazardous locations
    Class I, Div 1*/2, Groups B, C, D
    Class II, Div 2, Groups F, G
    Class III, Div 2
Ordinary locations STD-130-03-G,-W,-S
Hazardous locations
    Class I, Div 1*/ 2, Groups A, B, C, D
    Class II, Div 1*/ 2, Groups E, F, G
    Class III, Div 1* and 2
SEMCO - (CE mark):

*Contact a Valin representative for information on Division1 hazardous location systems

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