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Invizimelt Panels are designed to provide deicing underneath conductive roofing materials, membranes, or decks. The Invizimelt System pairs our Tuff Cable heating element with unique Invizimelt Panels that act as a heat sink to distribute the heat.

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These panels provide deicing from beneath standing seam, corrugated, copper, and other metal roof coverings. The heat generated by the Tuff Cable is transferred to the Invizimelt Panel, which then heats the surface area of the metal roof. Invizimelt achieves a very effective melt and can be used to prevent ice dams and icicles, reduce roof load, and prevent other snow and ice related hazards, all without compromising the look of your roof.


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Invizimelt Panels are lightweight and easily adaptable to the needs of any roof. They can be used with Tuff Cable to heat any size or roof configuration needed. Deice valleys, crickets, eaves, dormers, and other trouble spots with these easily installed panels.


Tuff Cable and ZMesh are the only products listed to UL standard 1588 for installation beneath roofing materials. Systems include our top of the line control units which contain self diagnosing and monitoring functions to ensure consistent performance and customized activation.

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Invizimelt is attached to the roof deck and Tuff Cable is installed into the panels. The panels are covered in ice and water shield and the roofing material is installed over the top. invizimelt on eave


Tuff Cable carries an industry leading 25 year warranty. The Invizimelt System and Tuff Cable is solid state and contains no moving parts. This contributes to a long lasting, reliable system that will provide the solution to your winter roofing woes.



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What Customers are Saying

"We used ZMesh for our 4600 sq. ft. house on the main and upper floors, and Tuff Cable in concrete in the basement and garage. We live at 5300 feet and in a canyon so we have given the system a work out to keep our home warm.  It is marvelous to pad barefoot across hardwood and tile floors and have the floors be warm and cozy feeling." - Randy, Space Heating, Oakley UT