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Specialty Heaters

Tutco HeatPack small 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 duct heater 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.)
Electromode CKHA Series Fan Forced Kickspace Heater. Comfort for places where space is limited. Kitchen or bathroom, under-counter, flush mounting, stair riser, Black or White, 120, 208, 240 Volts King Electric U Series Stainless Steel Pump House Heater.  Metal sheathed element.  Built-in snap action Thermostat with a range of 40° to 90° F. Stainless Steel case.
Qmark Type WHT500 Utility Well/Pump House Heater.  Install it anywhere heat is needed to prevent pipes, pumps, and other water, hydraulic fluid or oil-filled equipment from freezing.  Set the thermostat at any desired level and leave it. Markel TSH Series Fan Forced Kickspace Specialty Heater. Fits into soffits, stair risers or under utility cabinets, Finned steel sheath heating element and manual reset thermal cut-out, Recessed opening: L = 22 3/8 W = 3 5/8 D = 11 1/2
Qmark Type FDI Floor Drop In Heater. Quiet-for living rooms, dining rooms, even bedrooms.  Mounts between floor joists in either direction (parallel or perpendicular to joists). Heavy-duty grille can take almost any type abuse! Thermostat accessory kit or use a wall thermostat. Qmark Type QTS Toe Space Fan-Forced Heater. A toe-space heater will fit where no other heater will. It can be recessed into toe space areas under kitchen or utility room cabinets or into the soffit area above them. It is convenient for checkout counters, ticket or tollbooths and many other places where no other heater seems to fit.

King Electric KT Series Kickspace Heater fits under kitchen or bathroom cabinets. This narrow profile heater is only 31/2 "tall and specifically designed to fit under kitchen or bathroom cabinets, providing warm comfortable air for a cold bathroom or kitchen floor saving valuable floor and wall space. Dual Open Coil Element, Squirrel Cage Blower, 20 Gauge Powder Coated Grill, Standard Color - Bright White

Markel/TPI Corporation - Type RPH Pump House Convection Heater Powder coated epoxy steel case. Provides excellent protection against freezing for pump houses, utility rooms, relay stations, construction sheds, and many other industrial spaces. aluminum finned heating element. High and Low heat control.

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