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Oil Fired Torpedo Heater, 57 gal., 1.9/2.9 gph, BtuH Output 350,000/231,000, 17,500 sq. ft.
- Item # 5PFX1
- Mfr. Model # HVF410
- UNSPSC # 40101819
- Catalog Page # 4288
- Shipping Weight 521.0 lbs.
- Item Oil Fired Torpedo Heater
- BtuH Output 350,000/231,000
- Tank Capacity 57 gal.
- Fuel Consumption 1.9/2.9 gph
- Heating Area 17,500 sq. ft.
- Hours on One Filling 20/30
- Fuel Type JP-8/Jet A Fuel, #1/#2 Diesel, Kerosene
- Voltage 120
- Hz 60
- Amps AC 20
- Built-In Thermostat No - Optional
- Length 83"
- Width 33"
- Height 48"
- Air Flow 3250 cfm
- Cord Length 12"
- NEMA Plug Configuration 5-15
- Features Dual Output Controls, Extra Large Fuel Tank, Preheated Fuel Filter
- Safety Features Photoelectric Flame Sensor, Overheat Switch Protection and Air Pressure Switch
- Manufacturers Warranty Length 1 yr.
- Standards CSA-B140.8-1967
Compliance and Restrictions
Hazardous material - Engines
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