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ELTRACE is a family company and the culmination of 30 years in the cable business. We have run a cable company in the Paris region. The objective is to provide a complete offer for the frost protection and fluid temperature maintenance systems in construction and industry.
At this time, orders amounted to nearly 50 kilometers from the early years. Building on this development, ELTRACE developed in 1995, with a Swiss partner, an ultra-fast connector for self-regulating heating cables, the DOMOCLICK, the fastest connector on the market.
To meet a growing demand for turnkey projects, ELTRACE is creating its Installation department. Among its first contracts, it won the installation of more than 10 kilometers of cables for the Renault TechnoCentre. These cables are still fully operational today.
In 1998, ELTRACE developed an ultra-thin heating cable, concentrated in nano-technologies, suitable for the industrial market as well as for the building. From the 2000s, ELTRACE continued its commercial development on the export markets and became a key international player.
A wide and targeted offer
In 2011, ELTRACE launched its new range of ready-to-use products, AQUACABLE cables for the protection of pipelines against frost, with micro thermostat, connection to the mains and perfectly sealed cold link, as well as its equivalent the GUTTACABLE for protection of gutters.
Building on its success, ELTRACE continues its development with heating cables for outdoor floors, including a cable suitable for heating lawns. The first football stadium Abbé Deschamps of AJ Auxerre will be the first to be equipped with it, and will subsequently come from other renowned stadiums such as Stade de France, Losc, Lyon, Le Havre, etc …
In addition to its complete solutions for outdoor heating, ELTRACE takes a position on the residential market. To meet French regulations following the Grenelle de l'Environnement, ELTRACE is developing a system combining ecology and electric heating, all compatible with the new thermal regulations.