cabinet heater

cabinet heater

A heater containing a heating element enclosed in a metal cabinet, usually with an intake grille below, and an outlet for the heated air above; often contains a fan.
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His son, Reuben Trane, introduced in 1926 the concept of unitary heating in the form of a cabinet heater with fin-tube technology.
Their extensive product offering includes: gas-fired, low-intensity radiant heaters; gas-fired, unit heaters; gas and oil-fired cabinet heaters; direct-fired make-up air handlers and related controls.
POWRMATIC has launched the CPx range of cabinet heaters. The company says these heaters combine an enhanced design of combustion chamber with a new three-pass heat exchanger to deliver efficiencies of around 92%.
Examples of easily added parts include mounting plates for heavy equipment, contactors etc, DIN Rails for component and interconnection mounting, thermostats and cabinet heaters for climate control, and 19 inch profiles for standard electronic equipment.
Don't use unflued appliances such as paraffin heaters and cabinet heaters.
Optional heat exchangers, air conditioners, removable solar shields, cabinet heaters, battery blanket heaters, insulation and cooling systems provide optimum thermal management for sensitive WAN equipment.-Pentair Electronic Packaging
POWRMATIC's Powrmaster air rotation cabinet heaters are designed to deliver high volumes of air at low velocity and low delivery air temperatures.
Offering an alternative to traditional air heaters, POWRMATIC has launched the VP range of gas-fired cabinet heaters. The range features in-shot burners and tubular heat exchangers, similar to those used in Powrmatic's NV range of unit heaters.
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