TPI Corp. Garage / Workshop Portable Heater w/ Bracket 13652 BTU 240/208 Volt HF5840-TC
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The TPI 5800 Series Garage & Workshop Fan-Forced Portable Heater provides optimal heating performance that is ideal for garages or utility room applications. The TPI garage and workshop heater features a corrosion-resistant steel tubular heating element that delivers a quiet and stable heating operation. This 5800 Series fan-forced heater is made of a heavy-duty steel housing with a powder-coated epoxy finish.
Up to 4800 Watts of heating comfort (model HF5848-TC) for garage or utility room applications
4000 Watts available for smaller areas
Built-in bi-metal double pole thermostat: 50°F - 90°F range.
6’ long cord with molded plug
Wall/Ceiling bracket included
Manual reset standard
Power on and overheat pilot lights
Imported to TPI Corporation specifications
- Model No.:
- 240 / 208
- Made In U.S.A.:
- 16.6 / 14.4
- BTU High:
- Dimension Inches:
- Width: 10.625" Depth: 9.625" Height: 11"
- Limited Warranty:
- 1 Year Limited
- Watts High:
- 4000 / 3000
- Weight lbs.:
Notice: Manufacturer's products features and specifications are subject to change without notice.
California Residents: WARNING- This product may contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, please visit www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
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