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|Tutco HeatPack electric in-line duct heater installs in existing ductwork, and allows the homeowner to control the temperature of any individual room, each with a wall thermostat. Zoning of rooms. 1440 Watts. 120 Volts. Installed where current or new ductwork is located (between floor joists in basement, attic rafters, etc.)||Hotpod electric in-line duct heater installs in existing ductwork, and allows the homeowner to control the temperature of any individual room, each with a wall thermostat. Zoning of rooms. 1000 Watts. 120 Volts. Installed where current or new ductwork is located (between floor joists in basement, attic rafters, etc.)|
|Qmark Type MUH Unit (Blower) Heaters. Mounts either horizontally or vertically. For factories, warehouses, garages, stores, shipping rooms, power stations, aircraft hangers. Can be used for primary, supplementary, spot, or dual-system heating. Forced air unit heater with 10 power ratings; from 3KW to 50 KW heating output; 208, 240, 277 and 480V||Qmark Portable Unit Heater (240 Volt for workshops, storage buildings and garages) Perfect for construction job sites, garages, workshops, any unheated area. Two heat settings: 9102 BTUs (2667 Watts) 13,652 BTUs (4000 Watts). Three-way bracket lets you stand unit on floor or other flat surface, or mount to ceiling or to wall. Adjustable thermostat to maintain heating comfort levels. Comes equipped with 6-foot cord.|
|Electromode/Dimplex DGWH4031 Garage/Workshop Heater. Powerful fan and 4000 watt stainless steel heater element, versatile mounting bracket, attaches to wall or ceiling - heater swivels to direct heat, automatic temperature control, helps maintain consistent temperature from 45-77░F (7-25░C), powder-coated epoxy finish, long lasting and corrosion resistant.||Qmark Type GUX Explosion proof unit heater low operating temperatures. Designed to heat areas classified as hazardous locations. Typical applications involve oil refineries, sewage treatment plants, petrochemical plants, oil rigs, unattended pumping stations, chemical storage and handling facilities, paint storage areas, and countless other hazardous areas.|
|Qmark Type MUH-35 Unit Heater. 5KW or 3.3KW @ 240V (3.7KW or 2.5KW @ 208V. Fan-Forced, Metal Sheath - Hard-Wired Heater. Mounts either on the wall or from the ceiling can be used for primary or spot heating. For factories, garages, schools, etc. Multiple wattage heat selector switch. Built-in bi-metal thermostat. Range 40░ to 90░F.||Qmark Type IUH Unit Heaters. Primary, supplementary, or auxiliary heat source in factories, stores, warehouses, public buildings, service stations, workshops, etc. All motors and contactor coils are 240 volt and operate on the secondary of a factory installed step-down power transformer on 480 and 600 volt heaters so a separate fan and motor control power source is not needed. 5 to 30 KW.|
|Chromalox Unit (Blower) Heaters Quiet, reliable fan-forced heating. Vertical, Explosion Resistant, Corrosion Resistant Heaters. Horizontal Blower Heater is self-contained, quiet, reliable fan-forced heating, 2.6 - 45 kW, 8,900 - 153,000 Btuh, 208, 240, 277, 480 and 600 Volt, Wall or Ceiling Mounted||Fostoria Type FEP Hazardous Location Cabinet Unit Heaters. NEMA 4 Hose-Down Hazardous Location Convection Heaters are for use in: "Class I, Division I & II, Groups B, C & D." (T2A-UL, CSA, T3A-CSA). Voltages range from 120V to 600V.|
|Fostoria TaskMaster 5100 Heavy Duty Unit Heater. Suspended Fan-Forced Unit Heaters ranging in size from 3 to 25KW at 208 to 600 volt.||Qmark Type CU Cabinet Unit Heaters. Surface, full recessed or semi-recessed on the ceiling, floor or wall. Foyers, Lobbies, Large Rooms, Entryways and Meeting Rooms, Restaurants, Bowling Alleys, Banks, Retail Stores, Passenger Terminals, Theaters, Hotels, etc. High / Low Heat Setting. 2Kw to 32Kw; five cabinet styles - 35", 45", 58", 68" and 78" lengths|
|Qmark Type MWUH Unit Heater. 240/208 Volt ceiling mounted. Applications include primary, supplementary, or auxiliary heat source in factories, stores, garages, warehouses, public buildings, service stations, workshops, etc. Ceiling mounting bracket for horizontal or vertical flow mounting or any position in between. Built-in single pole thermostat.||Fostoria Type HLA Hazardous Location Unit Heaters. Suspended Fan-Forced Unit Heaters. 3 to 25KW at 208 to 600 volt. They're designed for rugged industrial applications in hazardous locations where the possibility of explosion or fire exists due to flammable gases, vapors, powdered metals or dusts.|
Wall Mounted Convection Heater self-contained, complete with thermostat, automatic reset.
Each unit is self-contained, complete with thermostat, automatic reset
(standard) and manual reset (optional) cutout. 500 - 5,000 Watts
1,706 - 17,060 Btuh, 120, 208, 240, 277, 480, 575 and 600 Volt, 24, 36 or 48" Widths
|Qmark Type ICG Explosion proof heater. Explosion proof junction boxes. Corrosion resistant powder coating. Designed to heat areas classified as hazardous locations such as petroleum refineries and gasoline storage and dispensing areas, industrial firms that use flammable liquids in dip tanks for parts cleaning, petrochemical companies manufacturing chemicals, dry cleaning plants, utility and natural gas plants, aircraft hangars, fueling areas, and many other hazardous areas covered by these classifications.|
|Qmark Type JUW Washdown corrosion resistant heater. Heavy-gauge stainless steel case. Comfort heating or freeze protection in non-hazardous dusty/dirty environments including: waste water treatment plants, coal handling areas, food processing plants, foundries, steel mills, cement plants, car washes, swimming pool areas, canneries and dairies. Internal thermostat, 40║F -100║F|
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