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Kasco® De-Icers are designed to be suspended from a dock or boat, or attached to an optional horizontal float or universal dock mount (sold separately). Mounted either vertically or horizontally, the de-icer circulates water to the surface, causing turbulence that reduces or eliminates ice formation. The motor assembly is sealed in an oil bath for long life and has ball bearings for smooth operation. The guard and motor case are made of stainless steel. Each unit includes a motor, propeller, two 20' suspension ropes, guard assembly, zinc anode and low-temperature-rated power cable. ETL-approved to UL standards. Two-year warranty.
Thermostat Control is an economical way to control the operation of your De-Icer. It uses air temperature only to turn it on when the temperature drops below as set point that you decide. One C10 Control will control one 120V De-Icer.
Time & Temperature Control is designed for maximum energy conservation. Controls how long the De-Icer will operate when temperatures demand. By utilizing both time and temperature features, you can save power by only having the De-Icer running while it is cold enough and in set time intervals. One C20 Control will control one 120V De-Icer.
Universal Dock Mount allows the de-icer to be mounted in a vertical position or several other angles. The de-icer can be adjusted to a maximum depth of 10' from the above water mounting brackets and can be moved 360°. Ideal for marina applications, gas piers, wharfs, water towers, water storage areas, or areas where rope suspension is not an option, such as pilings or where boat traffic may interfere with the ropes.
Industrial Dock Mount has all the same operating features of the Universal Dock Mount but is constructed of heavier, stronger components including stainless steel. It also allows for the option of longer than a 10’ pipe for deeper applications.
Horizontal Float Kit produces an elongated pattern of agitated water. Well suited for shallow water or where water/ice levels may fluctuate, like tidal waters, or where elongated open water areas are desired such as around long docks. The De-Icer unit is mounted horizontally to the surface of the water, just below the flotation block. The De-Icer can be angled in several positions; horizontal and above and below horizontal.