Dr Infrared Heater DR-P2100 208V/240V, 7.5KW/10KW, Unit Heater

Dr Infrared Heater DR-P2100 208V/240V, 7.5KW/10KW, Unit Heater Dr. Heater Infrared Heaters

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Dr Infrared Heater DR-P2100 208V/240V, 7.5KW/10KW, Unit Heater Dr. Heater Infrared Heaters

These heavy-duty electric fan forced unit heaters are best suited for factories, schools, service buildings, dormitories, hospitals, stock rooms and other public buildings. The heaters' high capacity and wide range of voltages and phases selections meet most installation requirements. All units are equipped with overheat protection and a totally enclosed, permanently lubricated motor. Products can be installed for use in down flow or horizontal applications. These unit heater models are available in 208V, 240V, 480V and from 3kw to 20kw; single phase and/or three phase.

Dr Infrared Heater DR-P2100 208V/240V, 7.5KW/10KW, Unit Heater

Dr Infrared Heater DR-P2100 208V/240V, 7.5KW/10KW, Unit Heater Dr. Heater Infrared Heaters    Dr Infrared Heater DR-P2100 208V/240V, 7.5KW/10KW, Unit Heater Dr. Heater Infrared Heaters Eligible For Free Shipping
 

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Top Features

  • Models within this series have inputs available from 208 to 480-volt
  • Uniform air distribution evenly fills a large room
  • Quick easy low-cost installation can be mounted horizontally or vertically
  • Long lasting, high efficiency heating element
  • Overheat protected motor, permanently lubricated, totally enclosed, heavy duty bearing.
  • UL Listed

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Room heaters are a simple and easy and economical solution to aid in keeping you comfy if the weather conditions decline . By just heating the area that will be needed instead of all of your building , they will be able to help keep down your energy bills.

One can find 3 main designs of area heaters that people decide to buy . They include the ceramic , oil filled and infared models and each comes with their unique advantages and negatives.

Ceramic space heaters operate by applying voltage to ceramic elements that gives off heat and that is then transferred to aluminium components that heat up . A fan next controls the heated up air at the place the customer wants it.

Infrared heaters employ long wave infrared radiation to provide you with heat.

Oil filled heaters continue to require electricity to run but use oil as a heat reservoir and sends heat by using convection to the outside surface area of the model . These are generally cost-efficient to utilize but by reason that the outside surface areas get hot they should be be used carefully to protect against any fires or burns.