electrical wire inside waterpipes

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      Avatar photoMasterPlumbers

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        Avatar photofourth year

          Three questions. 1. Would you trust a system that had electricity in contact with water and depend on just the wires insulatation? 2. How would you fish it around the 90 degree elbows when even 3 long turn electrical elbows are almost the maximum? 3. How would you seal the penetration into the pipes and not worry about them over a period of time?

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          Avatar photoDP

            There is a heater cable for wrapping around a pipe. The function of the wire is to provide low levels of heat so that the water in the pipe does not freeze.

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