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Duct Heaters - Low Temperature Duct Heaters - High Temerature Duct Heaters

  • Low Temperature Duct Heaters
    are solidly built comfort and air process heaters designed for installations where the inlet air temperature does not exceed 100° F (38 C). They utilize a Finned Tubular Heater construction assembled to a rugged metal terminal housing with integral mounting flange for installation into air duct. Over-temperature thermostats are included.

    Duct Heaters - Low Temperature
    Sheath Material: Steel with corrosion resistant
    aluminum finish
    Sheath Size: 7/16" diameter with 1-3/16" OD
    spiral wound fin brazed to tube
    Installation: Integral sheet metal flange for
    duct mounting. Standard models include
    auto and reset thermostats
    Standard Termination: Screw and nut studs
    wired for single or 3 phase with housing
    Common Options: Wattage and voltage
    combinations, insertion depth,
    temperature sensors
  • High Temperature Duct Heaters 
    designs offer flexibility for numerous air and gas applications up to 1100° F (593 C) depending on model. Assemblies are available for direct insertion into existing duct work or as standalone flow through tube exchangers. All units are manufactured utilizing Vulcan component heating elements or subassemblies.

    High Temerature Duct Heaters
    Duct Heaters - High Temperature
    Sheath Material: Nickel Alloy suitable for
    sheath temperatures up to 1100° F
    Sheath Size: 3/8" and 7/16" diameter up to
    several feet insertion depth
    Installation: Pre-drilled heavy duty
    mounting flange plate
    Standard Termination: Pre-jumpered screw and
    nut studs with metal housing
    Common Options: Wattage and voltage
    combinations, insertion depth,
    thermostats, temperature sensors,
    moisture resistant housing

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