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Electric Unit Heater, Vertical or Horizontal, Voltage 208/240, kW 3.7/5.0, 1 or 3 Phase
- Item # 25D234
- Mfr. Model # MUH0521
- UNSPSC # 40101814
- Catalog Page # 4281
- Shipping Weight 21.2 lbs.
- Item Electric Unit Heater
- Mounting Type Vertical or Horizontal
- Voltage 208/240
- kW 3.7/5.0
- Phase 1 or 3
- BtuH 12,600/17,000
- Hz 60
- Amps AC 17.8/20.8
- Temp. Rise 45 Degrees F
- Air Flow 350 cfm
- Width 14"
- Depth 7-1/2"
- Height 16"
- Max. Mounting Height 8 ft.
- Horizontal Air Throw 12 ft.
- Vertical Floor Coverage 9 ft.
- Vertical Mounting H 9 ft.
- Housing Material 20 ga. Steel
- Housing Finish Polyester Powder Coated
- Contactor Coil Voltage 240
- Features Enclosed Motor, Adjustable Louvers, Fan-Delay, Auto Reset
- Manufacturers Warranty Length 1 Year
- Standards cULus
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