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King Electric Stainless Steel PAW Series 277 Volt Wall Heaters
The heater of choice in the boating industry. This is the only electric heater specifically designed to be used in marine applications. It has all the great features of the Pic-A-Watt heater including a stainless steel grill, wall can and interior making it stand up to the corrosive environment on salt water boats. The wall can is flanged for recess mounting into a wood bulkhead.
Consult factory or review catalog for other models that include a high efficiency motor and a Dial-A-Watt switch that allow you to change the wattage by a selector switch mounted on the grill.
304 Stainless Steel
Squirrel Cage Blower
Flange Mount Wall Can
Stainless Steel Grill
Bi-Metallic Limit with Light or Manual Reset Limit
Optional 1-Pole or 2-Pole unit mount thermostat 45-80F
Optional Surface Wall Box
Optional Slope Top
Optional Manual Reset
Construction: The heater wall can and heat box assembly will be of 22 gauge 304 stainless steel and have a depth gauge label on top of the wall can. Flanges on each side of the wall can will add in mounting to wooden bulkheads. All fasteners are stainless steel or nickel plated. If surface mounting on a inspected vessel, angled top can will be used.
Ratings: Heaters shall be available in wattages of 250 to 2,250 at 120, 208, 240, or 277 volts.
Blower and Motor: A tangential cylindrical blower, delivering 65 CFM, shall be driven by a shaded pole, permanently lubricated, C-frame type motor with impedance protection and sealed bearings. Motors shall be the same voltage as the heater.
Elements: Elements assemblies shall be non-glowing design. Element assemblies shall consisting of three steel sheathed heating tubes in a furnace brazed, plate finned, block design. Each sheathed tube shall contain coiled Ni-Chrome wire, embedded in an insulator of magnesium oxide. The element assembly shall provide a minimum of seven (7) possible wattage configurations available for selection during field installation. The use of external resistors, diodes, or other weak links to obtain multiple wattages will not be acceptable.
Thermal Overload: Heaters shall be equipped with thermal overload protection, which disconnects elements in the event normal operating temperatures are exceeded. The thermal overload protection
device shall automatically reset when normal operating temperatures are reached or manually reset by the thermostat.
Wall Can: The wall can shall be 20 gauge stainless steel and shall contain a minimum of three (3) knockouts through which power leads are brought. The wall can shall have a depth gauge or
flange and a factory installed copper grounding wire. Minimum Clearance to Floors and Sidewalls. Zero clearance to combustibles.
Grill: The grill shall be louvered, one piece design with square corners on all four sides. The grill shall be clear epoxy powder coated.
Approval: Heaters shall be listed and approved by Underwriters. Laboratories or equal.