COPAL precast snow melting panels

On request

This electric snow-melt system can be use in a variety of applications. Snow-melt systems are often used in areas where safe,clean and easy access is critical:hospitals emergency entrances,wheel chair access ramps,helipads,building entrances,parkings ramps,loading docks,etc.. Heating panels are custom made from your plan or measure.They can be made from 2 by 4 feet to 4 by 10 feet. 5/8 inches thick The system can be controlled by a simple on/off switch,or it can be fully automatic(snow melt detector)...

Utility... Some suggestions types: Shipping area ...Underground Parking ...flat roof ... concrete heating...

Advantages... Copal snow melting and heating panel are asbestos free. No transient current No electrocution risk CSA Approved Control by snow detector and thermostat * Gfrc =glass fiber reinforced concrete

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24 heating panels



24 x 4 x 8 feet x 5/8 in thick






heating panel 45 watts/sq.ft. complete with styrofoam




heating panel 45 watts/sq.ft. complete with styrofoam




heating panel 45 watts/sq.ft. complete with styrofoam




Heating parking area




Heating parking area




Imitation 'pierre de galet' 3 x 3 feet only (1.5 inch tick) •425 WATTS, 120 VOLTS, 3.5 AMPS •weight : 60 KG •DIMENSION : 36 in. X 36 in.




heating panel 45 watts/sq.ft.




heating panel 45 watts/sq.ft.











Building codes GFRC is covered in Section 1903.11 of the Uniform Building Code and in ICBO’s Evaluation Report ER-4359, Section 1406.3 of the National Building Code, Section 1910 of the Standard Building Code, and Table 719.1 (2) items 15-1.10 and 15-1.11 of the International Building Codes. Fire Endurance GFRC made of cement, glass fibers, sand and water is non-combustible and meets the requirements of ASTM E136. When used as a surface material, its flame spread is zero. In addition, tests for non-combustibility, ignitibility, and fire propagation have been conducted in England in accordance with the appropriate British Standard on “Fire Tests on Building Materials and Structures”. BS 476. GFRC made with polymer curing admixtures will meet the requirements of NFPA Class A and UBC Class I when tested according to ASTM E84, resulting in a “0” Flame Spread Rating and less than 5 smoke density. GFRC can be designed to provide one and two hour fire rating. The rating is defined in ASTM E119.