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Electric Wall Heater, Light Commercial/Residential, Mounting Type Recessed or Surface, 3000/1500 Watts, 10236/5118 BtuH, Voltage 240, Wall Opening Height 18-1/4 In., Wall Opening Width 14-5/8 In., Wall Opening Depth 3-7-8 In., 12.5/6.3 Amps AC, Color Northern White, 60 Hz, 1 Phase, Air Temp. Rise 81 Degrees F, Grille Material Steel, Grille Width 15-3/4 In., Grille Depth 1-1/2 In., Grille Height 19-1/4 In., Housing Width 14-5/16 In., Housing Depth 3-3/4 In., Housing Height 18-1/4 In.
 
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5 out of 5
Yes, I recommend this product.
PostedFebruary 18, 2016
Heater was well packed, installed easily as a surface mount of the housing, Started immediately with no "first fire odors" of dirty elements. Since I surface mounted the box, I had to add 1" spacers to the back of the front grille when tightening to prevent interference with the fan blades. The plastic wall plugs that I used for the cinder block served nicely and also acted as screw retainers for the grill screws.
Product FeaturesDurable/Performs well, Easy to use, High Quality, Great value for money
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Shutter Mount Exhaust Fan, Blade Dia. 20 In., Number of Speeds 1-Speed, Voltage 115V, CFM @ 0.000-In. SP 3948, Motor HP 1/4, Square Opening Required 21 In., CFM @ 0.125-In. SP 2444, CFM @ 0.250-In. SP 1732, Sones @ 0.000-In. SP @ 5 Ft. 7.01, Motor RPM 1725, Hz 60, Phase 1, Full Load Amps 3.5, Max. Ambient Temp. 104 Degrees F, Motor Type PSC, Motor Enclosure Totally Enclosed Air-Over, Motor Insulation Class B, Bearing Type Ball, Height 23-1/8 In., Width 23-1/8 In., Max. Depth 16-3/4 In.
 
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5 out of 5
Yes, I recommend this product.
PostedFebruary 11, 2014
Securely packaged. Plenty of air flow without major amp draw. Clears a 15' x 50' garage in no time flat.
Product FeaturesGreat value for money, High Quality, Easy to use, Durable/Performs well
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Electric Wall Heater, Light Commercial/Residential, Mounting Type Recessed or Surface, 3000/1500 Watts, 10236/5118 BtuH, Voltage 240, Wall Opening Height 18-1/4 In., Wall Opening Width 14-5/8 In., Wall Opening Depth 3-7-8 In., 12.5/6.3 Amps AC, Color Northern White, 60 Hz, 1 Phase, Air Temp. Rise 81 Degrees F, Grille Material Steel, Grille Width 15-3/4 In., Grille Depth 1-1/2 In., Grille Height 19-1/4 In., Housing Width 14-5/16 In., Housing Depth 3-3/4 In., Housing Height 18-1/4 In.
 

will the 3ug55 heat a 10' x 12' insulated box truck interiior to 75 degrees?

what are the heating range specs for this model?
Most definitely. I heat a triangular room 15' x 15' with 2 wall exposed to the outside and the 3rd, longer wall exposed to an ice skating rink. Keeps my sprinkler room near 70 at a min setting.
5 months, 1 week ago
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what can i use as an exhaust fan for my paint booth?

its for manufacturing and industrial purposes
You will need to determine the required ACH (air changes per hour) to size the fan to the cubic dimensions of your booth. Even if not required, I highly reccommend at minimum a totally enclosed motor, if not an explosion-proof rating.
2 years, 5 months ago
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