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- ItemHydronic Unit Heater
- Heater TypeWater/Steam
- Fan Guard TypeOSHA
- Output @ 2 PSI Steam18,000 BtuH
- Output @ 200 F Water13,050 BtuH
- Air Flow395 cfm
- Motor HP16W
- Inlet/Outlet NPT1-1/4"
- Air Flow DirectionHorizontal
- Coil TypeHeader
- Max. Operating PSI75
- Max. Operating Temp.320 Degrees F
- Motor EnclosureTotally Enclosed
- Mounting Height8 ft.
- StandardsETL Certified
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