Can you please pass on our thanks to Martyn and his team for the excellent work that they have done for us this weekend. Despite challenging weather conditions they managed to complete the planned works in good time. We have test run the dryer this afternoon and all is good. Many thanks. Paul Taylor
Road & Ramp Outdoor Surface Heating
Snow and ice often causes sizeable access inconvenience problems for both vehicles and pedestrians on roads, ramps, footpaths, stairways and more importantly emergency stairways and exits.
Cross Electrical Ltd offer a diverse range of snow & ice melting systems, melting snow and preventing ice which can lead to accidents. Our snow melting solutions comprise of integrated heating elements & control units and can be designed to suit special application requirements.
We at Cross design snow & ice melting systems that are reliable, robust, and rugged to survive the toughest installation conditions.
Energy efficiency is the key to our design features, as all systems have ‘bespoke’ temperature control panels incorporating electronic controllers with remote sensors mounted in the surface of the outdoor area providing maximum energy savings. Cross snow melting systems are inherently versatile in design and installation, however complex the area to be heated is.
Should the heating cables be directly under asphalt, embedded in concrete or integrated into stairways or steps our products provide longevity of service for any application.
Cross Electrical (Nottingham) Ltd also offer a range of frost protection systems for gutter heating and downpipes. Ice on buildings, roof gutters and roof surfaces forms up in winter due to heat losses on buildings and poor exposure to sunlight. The resulting condensation water cannot flow away and freezes.
Cross Electrical Ltd roof gutter heating systems keep the areas at risk reliably free from snow and ice thus preventing:
- Formation of icicles (danger to persons and property)
- Bursting downpipes
- Freezing of downpipes in frost area (ground)
- Water penetration into buildings
- Purchase and install a new Trace Heating system
- Damage to external facades