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Heattrak® Carpeted Entrance Mat 30x48

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Heattrak® Carpeted Entrance Mat 30x48

Item #: WB261609

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Price: $ 189.95
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Heattrak® Carpeted Entrance Mat 30 x48
Industrial snow melting entrance mat features an electrically heated carpet design to prevent snow and ice accumulate around your facility's entryway. Constructed of heavy duty weatherproof UV olefin fiber to endure harsh environments. Plugs into a 120V outlet generating heat to melt snow at a rate of 2 inches per hour; 6 foot power cord. Ribbed surface captures salt and dirt to prevent dangerous slips and falls. Turn the mat on before or after snow fall and watch it melt on contact. 2 Year Limited Warranty.

Product Specifications

    • AMPS3.2
    • BRANDHeatTrak
    • CONSTRUCTIONOlefin Fibers
    • SURFACERibbed Carpet
    • VOLTAGE120
    • WATTS384
    • WIDTH RANGE INCHES24 to 35
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A really useful product

Your review: Concern over slipping when entering or exiting the back door of the house was the reason for purchasing this item. It has performed as advertised and I am very pleased with it.

Pros: Easy installation.

Cons: None

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Can this be left on all winter ? Or, must it be turned on and off between snow falls?

Question Asked By: Robert , September 18, 2015

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