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Unit Heater, NG/LP, 166,000 BtuH, 37Wx44D
- Item # 32V250
- Mfr. Model # 32V250
- UNSPSC # 40101805
- Catalog Page # 4295
- Shipping Weight 252.0 lbs.
- ItemGas Unit Heater
- Gas TypeNG/LP
- Fan TypePropeller
- BtuH Input200,000
- BtuH Output166,000
- Air Flow3200 cfm
- Full Load Amps8.0
- Gas Connection1/2"
- Flue Dia.5"
- O.C. Mounting30-5/8"
- Indoor Air Discharge Height24-1/2"
- Indoor Air Discharge Width30-3/4"
- Air Temp. Rise47 Degrees F
- Installation Height8 to 12 ft.
- Ignition SystemDirect Spark
- Primary Heat Exchanger Material20 ga. Aluminized Steel
- Drive TypeDirect
- Burner Air Inlet Size5"
- Manufacturers Warranty Length10 yr. on Heat Exchanger, Burners, And Flue Collector. All Other Parts Are 1 yr.
- StandardsETL, ETLc Certified, NRCAN
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