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Hazardous Location Wall Heater, 20 In. H

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  • Item # 5NF10
  • Mfr. Model # ICG360483
  • UNSPSC # 40101814
  • Catalog Page # 4282
  • Shipping Weight 73.0 lbs.
Country of Origin MexicoCountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemHazardous Location Wall Heater
  • Heater TypeConvection
  • kW3.6
  • BtuH Output12280
  • Voltage480
  • Amps AC4
  • Phase3
  • Overall Height20"
  • Overall Width42"
  • Overall Depth9"
  • Hz60
  • Cabinet Width36"
  • Cabinet Depth8-1/2"
  • Cabinet Height20"
  • Housing MaterialHeavy Gauge Steel
  • Housing FinishGray Polyester Powder Coated
  • FeaturesIntegral Brackets Provided for Wall Installation
  • Manufacturers Warranty Length1 yr.
  • StandardsUL and C-UL for Class I Groups B, C, D
  • IncludesExplosion Proof Junction Box
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Thre is no accurate way to say how much space a heater can cover. The heater size should be determined by the size and heat load/loss of the space. As general "rule of thumb" sizing calculation, 4 BTU per cubic foot is usually close. This calculation is NOT definite. The load/loss can change dramatically depending on; insulation, windows, lighting, machinery, people, and doors that may open to the outside.

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Answer: 
There is no accurate way to say how much space a heater will cover. The space should be sized using a load calculator tool for heat load and loss to determine how much BTU capacity is required to heat the space. As a general "rule of thumb" 4 BTU per cubic foot may work. This is NOT an accurate calculation and can be dramatically different based on; insulation, windows, doors, electrical lighting and equipment, people, and openings that allow heat to escape.
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Does this unit have a blower on it? If so what CFM does it put out?
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This is a convection style heater and would not have a built in blower or a blower available for it, it would just radiate the heat produced.

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