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Electric Infrared Heater, 10,236 BtuH

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  • Item # 3WA99
  • Mfr. Model # OCH-57-240VCE
  • UNSPSC # 40101824
  • Catalog Page # 4284
  • Shipping Weight 12.0 lbs.
Country of Origin USACountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemElectric Infrared Heater
  • Indoor/OutdoorIndoor/Outdoor
  • Mounting TypeCeiling
  • Watts3000
  • BtuH Output10,236
  • Voltage240
  • Amps @ 1 Phase12.50
  • Beam Pattern60 Degrees
  • Number of Lamps1
  • Height6-1/2"
  • Width5-3/8"
  • Length52"
  • Housing MaterialSteel
  • Phase1
  • FinishBrown Powder Coat
  • NEMA PlugHSW NEMA
  • Cord Length6 ft.
  • Cord Type3 Wire Grounded
  • StandardsETL
  • Includes(2) 2" Long Chains, (4) S Hooks
  • 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. 1210
  • Watts Delivered/Sq.-Ft. 823
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Grainger has contacted the product supplier and has been advised by them of the following.

The electric infrared heaters are not compatible with a thermostat. Electric infrared heaters, heat objects within the patern of light they produce, they do not heat air temperature. Using a thermostat would cause the heater to turn on/off rapidly. These heaters can be used with timers or on/off switches rated for the voltage and amperage of the heater.

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There is no way to estimate the life span of the elements. The life of the element will be determined by usage and maintenance. As for the comfort level, these units do not heat air so determining square footage and comfort level is not possible. You may be able to get an estimation of square footage if you can provide some information regarding the application. You can call our HVAC tech support team at 800-472-4643.

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The maximum length for the cord would be 6' it can not be extended.

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I want to put these in the area where we shoe horses. The ceiling is 12' high and the aisle is 12' wide. The floor is dirt and sawdust. Is there a major fire concern with the sawdust even though it is 12 foot away #since we would mount up on the ceiling of course# ?
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This heater is not designed for hazardous condition use. The manufacture states the heater must have a minimum clearance of 24” from the heater face to combustible materials. You will want to be cautious with the dust and debris flying around the heater.

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