Here comes the 2000 W heavy duty metal sheath infrared heater by TPI. Model CH2271A has 0.040 gold anodized aluminum housing for good, long-term reflectivity & corrosion resistance. It produces high-density radiant heat, with 60 degrees symmetric heat pattern utilizes bright aluminum reflectors. The "L" brackets are included for chain suspension or rigid mounting.
|TPI Heavy Duty Metal Sheath Infrared Heater CH2271A Specifications|
|Product Dimensions||26" L x 9" W x 7.3" D|
|Product Weight||9 Lbs.|
|Recommended Mounting Height||8' - 10' |
|Mounting Clearances||24" from ceiling|
36" from vertical surface & from another heater
72" from face of heater to combustible surface
TPI Heavy Duty Metal Sheath Infrared Heater CH2271A Features:
- UL & CSA listed for suspended high-bay indoor heating applications.
- High-density radiant heat, with 60 degrees symmetric heat pattern utilizing bright aluminum reflectors
- Features aluminum extrusion and support clip for high vibration areas and rugged environments
- Rugged U-shaped metal sheath elements installed, generates large amounts of infrared radiant energy in a fairly concentrated area, great for high vibration areas. 0.430" diameter inconel metal sheath. Nickel-chrome alloy coiled filament imbedded within a magnesium oxide insulating powder and threaded end terminations.
- 0.040 gold anodized aluminum housing for good, long-term reflectivity & corrosion resistance
- "L" brackets included for chain suspension or rigid mounting
- Terminal box with high-temp silicone wire
- Designed for direct wire, single phase wiring configurations.
- Unit can be operated horizontally or vertically
- Control: This heavy duty metal sheath heater is not manufactured with any control device on the unit. All controls and accessories should be specified as remote mounted.
- Accessories: Wire guards, thermostats, SCR controllers, and power contactor panels.
Safety Note: To avoid potential hazards use model GF-SK-1 ground fault sensing switch with this heater. This device is designed to provide a reliable way to quickly terminate power to the heaters in the event of a ground fault occurrence.