IceFree Eave Panel 8″

The IceFree Eave Panel 8″ is a simple one piece aluminum alloy panel system which is designed to eliminate icicles, ice dams, and snow at the roof’s edge. Engineered Roof Deicings’ innovative roof snow and ice elimination systems are attractive and cost effective. They ensure that the building’s owner will not have the frustration, property damage and costs associated with water damage, caused by the inability of roofs to drain water during winter months. Engineered Roof Deicings’ revolutionary roof deicing systems will extend the life of your roof and reduce the destructive situations that snow and ice can inflict on any roof.

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Material Selection Aluminum Alloy 6063, Temper – T5
Color Decorative Metal Cladding
Panel Size 8″ x 5′  – Designed to eliminate icicles and ice dams on roof eaves up to 12″ wide.
Heating Systems Commercial Grade-Self Regulating Heat Cable (min. 5 Watt per foot in 100-130 VAC or 208-240 VAC). The IceFree Eave Panel 8″ Panel requires 2 feet of Heat Cable per foot of panel. Designed for 11mm or 14 mm heat cables.
Components The IceFree Eave Panel Includes: Aluminum Alloy Snap-Loc Top, Aluminum Alloy Base Panel
Optional Items Ambient and/or Moisture Sensor Controllers.  Self regulating heat cable for gutters and downspouts.
Electrical Requirements N.E.C. 426-28 requires 30mA Ground Fault circuit protection for snow and ice melting applications.



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Decorative Cladding Color Options

IceFree Eave Panels are available with a decorative metal cladding.  The decorative metal cladding provides a cost effective, attractive finish that will complement the look of your home.  The Kynar 500 or Hylar 5000 cladding carries a 30-year warranty.

ICE FREE Zone Color Options

Available Items

  • Self regulating heat cable for gutters and downspouts. ( 11mm or 14mm ) commercial/residential grade heat trace
  • 30 mA Ground Fault Protection plug kits (120 volt or 240 volt kits are available).
  • Moisture controller or ambient thermostats Junction box or “T” splice kits.
  • Control panels.


Electrical and Environmental Requirements:

Article 426-28 of the N.E.C. requires 30 mA Ground Fault circuit protection for snow and ice melting applications.

Attention:  The IceFree Eave 8″, 12″ and 18″ are not available in California.


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