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Unit Heater, NG, 162,000 BtuH, 37-1/4W

DAYTON

Price: $1,684.00 / each

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  • Item # 4LX60
  • Mfr. Model # 4LX60
  • UNSPSC # 40101819
  • Catalog Page # 4293
  • Shipping Weight 250.0 lbs.
Country of Origin USACountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemGas Unit Heater
  • Gas TypeNG
  • Fan TypePropeller
  • BtuH Input200,000
  • BtuH Output162,000
  • Air Flow3200 cfm
  • Full Load Amps8
  • Gas Connection1/2"
  • Flue Dia.5"
  • O.C. Mounting30-5/8"
  • Height33-3/4"
  • Width37-1/4"
  • Depth43-1/2"
  • Indoor Air Discharge Height24-1/2"
  • Indoor Air Discharge Width30-3/4"
  • Voltage120
  • Hz60
  • Air Temp. Rise47 Degrees F
  • Installation Height8 to 20 ft.
  • Ignition SystemHot Surface Pilot
  • Primary Heat Exchanger Material20 ga. Aluminized Steel
  • Drive TypeDirect
  • VentPower
  • Burner Air Inlet Size5"
  • Manufacturers Warranty Length1 yr. All Components, Additional 9 yrs. On Heat Exchanger, Flue Collector and Burners
  • StandardsETL
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Details

Use for indoor heating in industrial environments. Features direct spark inshot burner ignition and tubular heat exchanger. Power venting allows horizontal venting through side walls. 2-point suspension for balanced installation.

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Rated 2 out of 5 by 1reviewer.
Rated 2 out of 5 by This unit is a piece of junkUnit touts 47 degree temp rise (across exchanger) ...more like 10 degrees at best out of the box.First, the gas valve was not set to proper pressure at the factory. 200000 btu heater should use 1 cu ft of gas every 18 seconds. Out of the box, this unit took 45 seconds to use the same amount of gas. after adjusting the gas valve, it sort of generated heat properly. I had to take the unit apart and redesign the baffles so the fan blew heat across the entire heat exchanger, and not just the bottom half.For $1600, I should not have to make adjustments or re-engineer a piece of equipment. January 8, 2014
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