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Soil Warming Cable

These Soil Warming Cables are specially designed to provide heat in propagating trays, benches and greenhouse borders. They are especially suitable for the DIY gardener who is making their own propagator.
Available in five sizes select the correct size based on the propagation area it is being used in. Your cable should then give a lift of 6-10ºC  above the ambient (room) temperature.

PLEASE NOTE: These cables come fitted with a moulded 3 pin UK plug, this plug must not be removed, the cable is not rewireable. The cables are designed just to be plugged straight into a mains socket or into a trailing socket as fitted to our range of thermostats featured below. If you have an existing thermostat simply fit a trailing socket to the output to enable you to plug in these cables. 
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Designed to promote germination and growth these fully insulated Soil Warming Cables are highly flexible making them easy to lay out in sand bed propagation areas.

Available in five sizes:
10ft / 3.0m Cable - 27 watt - suitable for areas up to 4 sq. ft.
20ft / 6.0m Cable - 50 watt - suitable for areas up to 8 sq. ft.
40ft / 12.0m Cable - 82 watt - suitable for areas up to 17 sq. ft.
80ft / 24.0m Cable - 200 watt - suitable for areas up to 48 sq. ft. 
160ft / 48.0m Cable - 250 watt - suitable for areas up to 90 sq. ft.

Used in the correct sized area the Soil Heating Cable should give a lift of 6 -10ºC  above the ambient / room temperature. 

Supplied ready to plug in these cables are covered by a manufacturers 1 year guarantee.
Each soil warming cable has 1m of unheated black cable from the plug.

We recommend using these Soil Heating Cables with our Thermo2 or Heat Mat thermostats, which will allow you to set the maximum temperature you require (typically 19ºC) ensuring that should the ambient temperature rise, the cable is turned off so that seeds / seedlings are not 'cooked' .