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The original multi-watt steel fin heater. This is a unique King design that allows you to change the wattage of the heater by simply disconnecting a color coded terminal. But the best feature of this unique heater is how quiet it is. The high mass steel element transfers heat quietly and efficiently. The sleek appearance gives the desired look of a register grill used in central forced air systems.
This is King Electric's most popular heater for a single family residence or upscale condominium. The element has a five year warranty and 12 year history of reliability. For best results use with an electronic line voltage wall thermostat.
* Smart Limit Protection® * Pic-A-Watt® Element * C-Frame Motor * Squirrel Cage Blower Quiet Running * Multiple Wattage Element * 20 Gauge Powder Coated Grill with contemporary die formed round corners. * Standard Color - Bright White * Bi-Metallic Limit * Safety thermal cutout trips and turns off heater. * Optional 1-Pole or 2-Pole unit mount thermostat 45°-80° * Optional surface wall box * Optional Color - Almond * Optional ULTRA Custom Bar Grill * Available in Stainless Steel
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 electro-galvanized steel and shall contain a minimum of three (3) knockouts through which power leads are brought. The wall can shall have a depth gauge indicator, and a factory installed insulated and stranded copper grounding wire. Minimum Clearance to Floors and Sidewalls. Zero clearance to combustibles.
Grill: The grill shall be louvered, one piece design with rounded edges on all four sides, with rounded corners to prevent snags from contact with other materials. The grill shall be epoxy powder coated in white or almond.
Approval: Heaters shall be listed and approved by Underwriters Laboratories or equal.