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Electric Infrared Heater, 10,236 BtuH

FOSTORIA

Price: $338.75 / each

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  • Item # 2KDC1
  • Mfr. Model # OCH-57-240V-SSE
  • UNSPSC # 40101819
  • Catalog Page # 4284
  • Shipping Weight 11.86 lbs.
Country of Origin USACountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemElectric Infrared Heater
  • Indoor/OutdoorIndoor/Outdoor
  • Mounting TypeSuspended
  • Watts3000
  • BtuH Output10,236
  • Voltage240
  • Amps @ 1 Phase12.50
  • Beam Pattern60 Degrees
  • Number of Lamps1
  • Height6-1/2"
  • Width5-3/8"
  • Length55-3/8"
  • Housing MaterialStainless Steel
  • Phase1
  • FinishStainless Steel
  • Cord TypeHard Wired
  • StandardsETL
  • IncludesElements, Mounting Brackets
  • Heat Pattern Coverage @ Floor (10 Ft.)15 x 12
  • Heat Pattern Coverage @ Floor (12 Ft.)17 x 14
  • Heat Pattern Coverage @ Floor (8 Ft.)13 x 10
  • Watts Delivered/Sq.-Ft. 1017
  • Watts Delivered/Sq.-Ft. 1213
  • Watts Delivered/Sq.-Ft. 823
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The Fostoria Infrared heaters do not seem to say that the heaters are Quartz type or not. I am looking for the quartz type because the wave lengths heats up the surrounding metals and tools, according to google. I am interested in 120 volt and 240 volt american made heaters for my shop. Can you please help me?
I have been on your site many times and can not make up my mind.
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That heater does indeed have a quartz style element in it. As for the 120 Volt unit that would be part number 2KDA8, which also would have a quartz tube.

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