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  1. stockeh

    stockeh Very Well-Known Member

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    There isnt much time left, get in now and save yourself 10% off our entire product range and 20% off our heat cords,

    all orders received before midnight tonight will be eligible for this offer

    Remember we deliver Australia wide www.animalattraction.com.au the only place for all of your reptile needs

    Take care
    Matt and the team
    www.animalattraction.com.au
     
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    So can I put an order in with the discount and pay on Wednesday (pay day) :)
     
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    No worries at all mate
     
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    so, if i were to seal one under tiles for a 6x3x2 box which wattage should i be looking at?
    I'll order one right now if you can tell me.

    :)

    Kee
     
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    stockeh Very Well-Known Member

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    hey kee the wattage only increases due to the length of the cord... the heat generated is about the same no matter what length, so it comes down to how much of the surface area you would like to cover.

    But looking at the area of the box (you are looking at 18sq feet of floor space) i would recommend the 9m job
     
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    so, honest opinion, would it be better to coil up 9 meters of cord under a 2x2 or 3x2 area, or buy some heat tape/heat matting off you?
     
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    as far as floor heating goes i dont think you can beat the heat tape,

    but then again if you are covering it with tile then the heat cord wont develop hot spots like the tape can (it is recommended by the manafacturers that all of the heat tape products be limited with a thermostat otherwise they are a fire risk)
     
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    I'll be running a probe under the tile regardless, Ok cheers Matt i'll put an order through.
     
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    not a problem mate hope i helped... hear from you soon
     
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    Why does everyone keep saying the wattage per length is the same? The longer cords have progressively higher wattages per length. The 9m cord has more than double the wattage per metre compared to the 4m cord - a little over double the length but more than five times the total wattage.

    Anyway, while it's still before midnight - I'll take a 6m cord, stockeh :)
     
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    no worries sdaji will get it off to you tomorrow mate, i didnt say the wattage was the same i said the heat was the wattage increases due to length to maintain that heat :)
     
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