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Electric Infrared Heater, 10,918 BtuH
- Item # 5E161
- Mfr. Model # 222-60-TH-208V
- UNSPSC # 40101824
- Catalog Page # 4284
- Shipping Weight 20.95 lbs.
- ItemElectric Infrared Heater
- Mounting TypeBracket
- BtuH Output10,918
- Amps @ 1 Phase15.40
- Amps @ 3 Phase8.90
- Beam Pattern60 Degrees
- Number of Lamps2
- Housing Material20 Gauge Galvannealed
- Phase1 or 3
- FinishPowder Coated Bronze
- Cord TypeHard Wired
- Includes(4) High Temperature Leads
- Heat Pattern Coverage @ Floor (10 Ft.)13 x 12
- Heat Pattern Coverage @ Floor (12 Ft.)15 x 14
- Heat Pattern Coverage @ Floor (14 Ft.)17 x 16
- Heat Pattern Coverage @ Floor (8 Ft.)11 x 9-1/2
- Watts Delivered/Sq.-Ft. 1020.5
- Watts Delivered/Sq.-Ft. 1215.2
- Watts Delivered/Sq.-Ft. 1411.8
- Watts Delivered/Sq.-Ft. 832.1
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