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Electric Infrared Heater, 46,076 BtuH
- Item # 3E215
- Mfr. Model # FHK-1348-3A
- UNSPSC # 40101819
- Catalog Page # 4286
- Shipping Weight 64.0 lbs.
- ItemElectric Infrared Heater
- Mounting TypeCarted Unit
- BtuH Output46,076
- Amps @ 1 Phase28.13
- Amps @ 3 Phase17
- Beam Pattern60 Degrees
- Number of Lamps3
- Housing MaterialAluminum
- FinishGold Anodized
- Cord TypeHard Wired
- IncludesSafety Screen, Steel Hand Cart
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If it has shatter proof then canyou provide me spec sheet that states this has shatter proof glass?
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This heater can be wired for single phase electric. The voltage would remain 480 volts single phase.
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