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Unit Heater, 10KW, 480V

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  • Item # 25D240
  • Mfr. Model # MUH104
  • UNSPSC # 40101814
  • Catalog Page # 4280
  • Shipping Weight 34.4 lbs.
Country of Origin USACountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemElectric Unit Heater
  • Mounting TypeVertical or Horizontal
  • Voltage480
  • kW10.0
  • Phase3
  • BtuH34,120
  • Hz60
  • Amps AC12.0
  • Temp. Rise49 Degrees F
  • Air Flow650 cfm
  • Width19"
  • Depth7-1/2"
  • Height21-3/4"
  • Max. Mounting Height9 ft.
  • Horizontal Air Throw18 ft.
  • Vertical Floor Coverage14 ft.
  • Vertical Mounting H14 ft.
  • Housing Material20 ga. Steel
  • Housing FinishPolyester Powder Coat
  • Contactor Coil Voltage24
  • FeaturesEnclosed Motor, Adjustable Louvers, Fan-Delay, Auto Reset
  • Manufacturers Warranty Length1 Year
  • StandardscULus
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Electric Unit Heaters

• Individually adjustable louvers Fan-forced Ceiling- or wall-mount, vertically or horizontally
Advanced pull-through airflow design draws air across the aluminum-finned copper-clad steel sheath heating element for even air distribution and cooler, long-life element operation. Automatic reset thermal shutdown protects heater from damage if normal operating temperatures are exceeded. Lightweight units are easy to install with no piping flues, valves, or taps. 20-ga. powder-coated steel housing and totally enclosed fan motor. Use as primary, supplementary, spot, or dual-system heating in a variety of applications and environments.
UL Listed. Meet all NEC and OSHA requirements.
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Need to know if this unit is runnable using a low voltage thermostat. not necessary but was just wondering.
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Yes this unit can run on a low voltage thermostat.
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These units are factory set up with a 24Volt transformer system to allow you to use a 24Volt thermostat.

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These motors are 480 volt.

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Grainger has contacted the product supplier and has been advised by them of the following. The fan blade would come directly from the manufacturer and its part number is 1210-0090-000. The motor is available through Grainger and its number is 2YV52.Thank you for using Grainger Ask and Answer.
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