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Unit Heater, NG/LP, 97,200 BtuH, 30W

DAYTON

Price: $1,026.00 / each

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  • Item # 2RYV4
  • Mfr. Model # 2RYV4
  • UNSPSC # 40101806
  • Catalog Page # 4293
  • Shipping Weight 124.0 lbs.
Country of Origin USACountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemGas Unit Heater
  • Gas TypeNG/LP
  • Fan TypePropeller
  • BtuH Input120,000
  • BtuH Output97,200
  • Air Flow1475 cfm
  • Full Load Amps6.4
  • Gas Connection1/2"
  • Flue Dia.4"
  • O.C. MountingAdjustable
  • Height22-5/8"
  • Width30"
  • Depth26-3/8"
  • Indoor Air Discharge Height22-5/8"
  • Indoor Air Discharge Width30"
  • Voltage120
  • Hz60
  • Air Temp. Rise60 Degrees F
  • Installation Height8 ft.
  • Ignition SystemDirect Spark
  • Primary Heat Exchanger Material20 ga. Aluminized Steel
  • Drive TypeDirect
  • VentPower
  • Burner Air Inlet Size5"
  • Manufacturers Warranty Length1 yr. Part, 10 yrs. Heat Exchanger
  • StandardsETL
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Details

This versatile heater operates on NG or LP gas with the included conversion kit, and are field-convertible for separated combustion with an approved vent kit. Multitapped rails allow multiple O.C. distances. 24V thermostat required, sold separately.

Note: For altitudes above 2000 ft., consult owner's manual prior to installation for proper adjustments. Use single- or double-wall vent pipe when venting vertically, or single-wall pipe when venting horizontally

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