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Electric Space Htr, Fan Forced, 240V, 4.8

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  • Item # 14C622
  • Mfr. Model # EMC4240
  • UNSPSC # 40101819
  • Catalog Page # 4274
  • Shipping Weight 13.3 lbs.
Country of Origin ChinaCountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemElectric Space Heater
  • Heater TypeFan Forced
  • Oscillating/Non-OscillatingNon-Oscillating
  • Voltage240
  • Watts4800
  • Height11"
  • Width9-1/8"
  • Depth7-1/4"
  • Hz60
  • Phase1
  • Amps AC20.0
  • kW4.8
  • BtuH Output16382
  • Cord Length72"
  • NEMA Plug Configuration3 Prong 30A
  • ColorYellow
  • Number of Heat Settings1
  • Features160 CFM Fan Quietly Delivers Maximum Air Flow, High Heat Cut Out Protection for Safety, 6 Foot Cord Stores Around Handle, Durable Stainless Steel Tubular Element, Lights Indicate When Unit is Operating or When Thermal Cut Out is Engaged, Tip Stand Angles Unit Up for Dry Out Applications, Thermostat, Thermal Overheat Protection
  • Safety FeaturesThermal Overheat Protection
  • Manufacturers Warranty Length1 yr.
  • StandardsUL/CUL, CSA
  • IncludesCarrying Handle
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I need to reach a temperature of 130 degrees, for the purpose of killing bed bugs in a 400 square foot studio apartment. I realize that's not what this particular device is intended for. But I wonder if I could set it up that high.
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Grainger has contacted the product supplier and has been advised by them of the following.

This heater is not designed for destroying/killing bed bugs. We do offer two heaters that are made for destroying/killing bed bugs, part numbers 12H416 and 12H417.

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For use in a insulated garage in winter to keep above freezing temp.
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The heater can be used in a garage to prevent pipes from freezing. It is equipped with an overheat protection switch. It is not designed however to run 24 hours a day 7 days a week.
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