The LT Roof Ice Melt System

We are proud to have our Patent-Pending LT in our family of energy-efficient ice melt systems for roofs. The LT is designed to minimize ice dams and icicles across roof eaves where ice formations begin.

It is suited well for ice dam and icicle prevention in areas with accumulations up to 15″ on the roof and up to 100″ of annual snowfall in light and moderate snow zones. For commercial needs and heavy snow environments where the ultimate performance is desired, we recommend our more robust Radiant Edge PRO.


Prevent ice dams and icicles with Radiant Edge roof ice melt system



  • For prevention of ice dam and icicle formations in moderate snow zones and roofs with up to 15″ snow accumulations and annual snowfalls of less than 100″
  • 50% of the heater output of the Radiant Edge PRO
  • Suitable for roof slopes 2/12 and greater


  • Fifty (50) year warranty on the Base Panel
  • Fifty (50) year warranty on the Cover
  • Forty (40) year warranty on the Cover paint finish
  • Ten (10) year warranty on the heater cable
  • See warranty for complete details

Power Output

  • 12 watts/foot

Self-Regulating Heat Cable Provided:

  • UL Listed, CSA Certified, and FM Approved
  • 1 run per panel
  • Model S1 for 110 Volt system
  • Model S2 for 208, 240, and 277 Volt systems

Cover Materials

  • Real copper
  • Aluminum (High grade Kynar-500 finish)

Aluminum Cover Color Selection

  • 12 standard colors
  • 15 custom colors and metallics

Panel Lengths

  • Standard is 5′, available up to 10′

Supplied Components

  • Base Panel
  • Industrial Quality Self-regulating Heater Cables (1 LF of 12 watt/foot cable per foot of panel)
  • Panel Covers
  • Panel Splice Covers
  • 5′ Power Lead
  • Power Connection Kit
  • Expert Layout and Design Assistance

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Compare LT to Company “B”s 8” panel

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Learn How The System Works

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