We bring you thermal area bed bug treatment heater base unit, model TAT-8-208-1/3BB/1T, manufactured by TPI. A 37 amp base unit plus 3 supplemental convectors can bring a typical 400 square foot living space up to 150F in 45 minutes to 1 hour. This 150F of heat remediation kills adult insects, larvae and eggs. This cETLus listed unit can be used alone or in conjunction with up to three supplemental TAT convectors. It also includes a timer / temperature control unit that controls the heat output of the TAT base unit and up to 3 TAT convectors for an operating range of 120F - 150F and for a time period of 0 - 10 hours after the preset temperature is reached.
|TPI Thermal Area Treatment Heater Base Unit TAT-8-208-1/3BB/1T Specifications|
|Temperature Control||120F - 150F|
|Preset Time Control||0 - 10 Hours|
TPI Thermal Area Treatment Heater Base Unit TAT-8-208-1/3BB/1T Features:
- Available in 208 volt, 42 amp - 28,670 BTU size.
- 150F of heat remediation to kill adult insects, larvae & eggs
- Heavy duty stainless steel spiral fin heating elements
- High temperature, ball bearing 1/3 hp - 1075 rpm blower motor
- Forward curved centrifigal blower - 900 cfm of air output
- Contains airflow switch, temperature limit controls and disconnect switch
- Can be used alone or in conjunction with up to three supplemental TAT convectors
- cETLus listed
Timer / Temperature Control Unit
- 24 volt control device that controls the heat output of the TAT base unit and up to 3 TAT convectors for an operating range of 120F - 150F and for a time period of 0 - 10 hours after the preset temperature is reached.
- Supplied with a 25' prewired cable that connects to the TAT base unit control section using a three pin connector
- Mounts on door outside area being treated. LED lights indicate when treatment is complete.
Unit Comes With:
- 3 Convector Units
- 1 Timer Control
- Power Cord is optional
Note: Sealing off the area will aid in the time it takes to reach the desired temperature. If this unit is used for pest control, the sealing of doors, windows, receptacles and switch covers should prevent pests from escaping to a safe location and then returning after the temperature returns to normal. Mattresses should be stood up to allow heating of both sides.