44" x 25-1/2" x 38-1/2" Fan Forced Non-Oscillating Electric Salamander Heater, Red
- Item# 2HDA3
- Mfr. Model# SDH3093
- Catalog Page# N/A
- UNSPSC# 40101819
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- Item Electric Salamander Heater
- Heater Type Fan Forced
- Oscillating / Non-Oscillating Non-Oscillating
- Voltage 600
- Watts 30000
- Height 38-1/2"
- Width 44"
- Depth 25-1/2"
- Hz 60
- Phase 3
- Amps AC 30.0
- kW 30
- BtuH Output 102300
- NEMA Plug Configuration Hard Wired
- Color Red
- Air Temp. Rise 35 to 89 Degrees F
- Number of Heat Settings 1 Can Be Wired to Lower kW Output
- Features 120V Control Transformer, Over Temperature Protection, Wire Box Allows for Derating kW Output
- Safety Features Over Temperature Protection
- Manufacturers Warranty Length 1 yr.
- Standards UL
- Includes Powder Coated Finish, 10" Pneumatic Wheels and Locking Front Caster
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