Forced Fan Heater Operates in Hazardous Locations

The forced fan heater is designed to operate in dangerous environments and cold-temperature work sites.

The forced fan heater is designed to operate in dangerous environments and cold-temperature work sites.

Larson Electronics LLC has released a hazardous location fan for active heating in dangerous environments and cold-temperature work sites. This 3,000-watt forced fan heater operates on 480V three phase power, and is ideal for manufacturing plants; chemical processing; refineries; industrial control rooms; airflow systems; heat circulation; ambient temperature management; grain silos and more.

The Larson Electronics EPH-FH-T3B-7.5KW-480V.3P explosion proof forced fan heater is a 3,000-watt unit that is designed to run on 480V three phase power with 24V control voltage. This 9.7-amp heater has an airflow rate of 580 CFM with a 24-foot air throw, ideal for small to medium sized work sites. Moveable louvers allow operators to adjust the direction of the air flow in real-time.

The EPH-FH-T3B-7.5KW-480V.3P explosion proof fan forced heater is constructed of 16-gauge steel and aluminum and coated with a textured epoxy powdered paint finish. Additionally, the housing of the heater is T3A temperature rated and features guard shields to protect the internal moving parts from the ingress of dirt, dust or other harmful elements. This wall-mounted explosion proof heater is protected from freeze damage up to -45 C with the help of an Ethylene Glycol to water mixture that is used as a heat transfer fluid inside the core of the heater. The EPH-FH-T3B-7.5KW-480V.3P provides heating, rated for 6,000 cycles of service.

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