Whats a Unit Heater?

What is a unit heater that is distinguished by its appealing appearance, its manufacturing and its sturdy composition. Electric unit heaters are usually installed in large garages, but it is not uncommon for it to be seen in warehouses or any other kind of commercial construction site requiring a generous volume of heat. The SHU, one of our unit heaters for sale, works with great ease and has an incredible power scale MULTI WATTAGE UNITS – 3 to 50 kW heating output – 208, 240, 277, and 480 volts – 10,000 to 170,500 BTU/hr

Application of Electric Unit Heaters: For factories, warehouses, garages, stores, shipping rooms, power stations, aircraft hangers. Can be used for primary, supplementary, spot, or dual-system heating. SAFE AND RELIABLE Auto Thermal Cut-out protects from overheating How it works: Unit mounts either horizontally or vertically.

Our unit heaters for sale are totally versatile. Can be used for primary, supplementary, spot, or dual-system heating. Wide range of optional control kits are field installable, increasing the MUH adaptability to the specification market. Forced air unit heater with 10 power ratings; from 3KW to 50 KW heating output; 208, 240, 277 and 480 volts, 10,230 to 170,500 BTU/hr. 32 compatible models (no need to try to assemble a heating system from 70 or 80 models!) Heavy gauge die-formed steel housing. Most electric unit heaters have the pull-through air flow design that draws air across heating element for more even air distribution and cooler element operation. With well designed outlets to meet that added throw as required in vertical position. Branch circuit fusing (when required). Completely some have enclosed fan motor.

Where to start: First, find out your required voltage before purchasing electric unit heaters. Second, measure the area that you need to heat. The rule of thumb is 10 watts per square foot or if your ceiling is higher than 8 feet use 1.25 watts per cubic ft.

Not all of our electric unit heaters for sale come with thermostats or mounting brackets so please remember to plan ahead if you will need a ceiling or wall mounting bracket.

For more information about our unit heaters for sale, contact us today!