KEMP, Texas -- Larson Electronics LLC has released a hazardous location fan-forced heater compatible with 240V single phase connections, that provides active heating in hazardous locations and cold-temperature work sites. This portable fan heater is mounted on a skid cart for easy on-the-go applications in chemical processing plants, farming, and other agricultural operations.
The EPH-FH-CD-T3B-3KW-240V.1P from Larson Electronics is a 3,000-watt portable fan forced heater for hazardous locations that is operable in Class I, Division 1 and 2, Class II, Division 1 and 2 worksites. This 14.8-amp rated heater operates on 240-volt single phase with 24-volt control voltage and supports an airflow rate of 580 CFM. This fan forced heater can throw air 24 feet, making it ideal for heating smaller applications. The fan features guard shields to protect the internal moving parts and is T3B temperature rated.
This hazardous location heater is fan forced and NEMA 7 rated for indoor and outdoor applications. The housing is constructed of durable 14-guage steel with aluminum and stainless steel/aluminum pressure relief valves. Operators can control the direction of the airflow in real-time with convenient louvers. A disconnect switch, pilot light, thermostat and male/female plug are included. The EPH-FH-CD-T3B-3KW-240V.1P is mounted on a skid cart with forklift pockets, allowing operators to easily lift and transport the heater. Anti-static wheels are included to prevent static discharge.
For more information, visit www.larsonelectronics.com.