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5PV50 5PV50 UNSPSC # 40101814

Suspended Horizontal Hydronic Wall & Ceiling Unit Heater, Steam, Water

  • Item # 5PV50
  • Mfr. Model # 5PV50
  • UNSPSC # 40101814
  • Catalog Page # 3088 3088
Country of Origin USA. Country of Origin is subject to change.

These heaters push heated air horizontally and spread it across a larger area than vertical units. These units suspend from the wall or ceiling and produce warmth for large areas.

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Suspended Horizontal Hydronic Wall & Ceiling Unit Heater, Steam, Water

  • Item # 5PV50
  • Mfr. Model # 5PV50
  • UNSPSC # 40101814
  • Catalog Page # 3088 3088
Country of Origin USA. Country of Origin is subject to change.

These heaters push heated air horizontally and spread it across a larger area than vertical units. These units suspend from the wall or ceiling and produce warmth for large areas.

Technical Specs

  • Product Type Suspended Horizontal Hydronic Wall & Ceiling Unit Heater
  • Air Flow Direction Horizontal
  • Heating Method Steam, Water
  • Output @ 2 PSI Steam 72,000 BtuH
  • Output @ 200 F Water 52,300 BtuH
  • Air Flow 1,100 cfm
  • Fan Phase 1
  • Overall Height 21 3/4 in
  • Overall Width 18 3/8 in
  • Overall Depth 11 1/16 in
  • Amperage 1.4 A
  • Coil Type Header
  • Connection Size 1 1/4 in
  • Connection Type Threaded Female NPT
  • Fan Diameter 14 in
  • Fan Guard Type OSHA Compliant Guard
  • Flow Rate 5.3 gpm
  • Frequency 60 Hz
  • Heater Voltage 120 V AC
  • Heating Capacity 72,000 BtuH
  • Heating Element Diameter 1/2 in
  • Maximum Operating Pressure 150 psi
  • Maximum Operating Water Temperature 320 Degrees F
  • Motor Enclosure Totally Enclosed
  • Motor Horsepower 25 W
  • Mounting Height 10 ft
  • Mounting Type Ceiling
  • Number of Louvers 7
  • Phase 1
  • Thermostat Included No
  • Wattage Output 37 W
  • Includes Adjustable Louvers
  • Standards ETL, ETLc Listed

These heaters push heated air horizontally and spread it across a larger area than vertical units. These units suspend from the wall or ceiling and produce warmth for large areas.

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