Tuff Cable Jumper

Tuff Cable Jumper

When you invest in a heated driveway system, you want it to stand the test of time. That’s why Warmquest provides the highest quality products on the market, with industry leading warranties, and no moving parts to wear out over time. The cables and systems we offer are durable and robust, providing heat winter after winter.

With the heating cables being embedded beneath the surface they are protected from just about any outside force allowing them to operate undisturbed. The rare exception to this is if the heated surface heaves, shifts, or cracks.

This is most commonly seen in concrete installations. Concrete contractors use crack control joints to minimize and control cracking. This allows Warmquest to plan ahead for cracks and protect the heating cables. To accomplish this we use special Joint Jumpers.

Jumper kits allow our heated driveway cables to cross through the pre-planned crack control joints with extra protection. Installers can plan ahead to minimize the number of cables crossing the joints, and then jumpers are installed to protect these critical spots.

For our Hott-Wire systems, the MI Cable Jumper Kit consists of a protective metal shroud that is easily installed over the cable providing durability and protecting the cable against the shearing forces of moving concrete.

Hott-Wire Jumper

Hott-Wire Jumper

Our Tuff Cable jumper kits are even more unique. Taking full advantage of Tuff Cable’s ability to be cut to length in the field, the Tuff Cable jumpers consist of a section of our cold lead (a heavy, durable wire that is also used to bring power to the system) surrounded in a protective sheath. The Tuff Cable is simply cut and the jumpers spliced into place where the cable crosses a crack control joint.

When you install a heated driveway or snow melting system you expect it to last. Our jumper systems provide added durability and protection and when coupled with our rigorously tested products and industry leading warranties, you can rest assured your system will do its job for years to come.