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Heater Type
   Heater Type       
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   Duct Heater       Duct heaters are used to heat streams of moving gas. 
   Enclosure Heater       Enclosure heaters are designed for use within enclosures. They prevent freezing and provide protection and humidity control. 
   Forced Air Heater       Forced air heaters use forced convection to move air past a heat source with a fan or blower. 
   Heat Torch       Heat torches are forced-process air heaters. They are used in applications that require modest amounts of focused air. 
   Radiator       Radiators have coils that contain heated, circulated media such as oil, hot water, or steam. 
   Room / Space Heater       Room and space heaters are used to heat rooms, garages, and other areas that workers use. 
   Tubular Heater       Tubular heaters are used in custom heating applications. Base (tubular) heating elements can be bent into standard or custom shapes. 
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Fuel / Energy Source
           
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   Electric       Electricity is the primary power source. 
   Diesel / Fuel Oil / Gasoline / Kerosene       The primary power source burns or generates power from fuel oil, diesel, gasoline, or kerosene. 
   Hot Water / Steam       Circulating steam or hot water is the primary heat source. 
   Natural Gas / Propane       Natural gas or propane is the primary power source. 
   Solar       The primary power source captures and uses solar heat. 
   Waste Oil       Waste oils are salvaged from internal combustion engines, hydraulics, lubricants, cooking processes, and other applications.  
   Wood / Pellet       The primary power source burns wood, wood pellets, or other combustible solid products. 
   Other       Other unlisted, specialized, or proprietary fuel or energy sources. 
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Specifications
   Maximum Air Temperature       The maximum temperature of air exiting from the heater. 
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   Maximum Air Flow       The maximum flow of air through the heater. 
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   Heating Capacity       Heating capacity is the wattage which the heater can deliver. 
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Features
   Features       
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   Corrosion Resistant       The heater is made of corrosion-resistant materials and suitable for use in a corrosive or chemical environment. 
   Cryogenic Use       The heater may be used in a cryogenic environment. 
   Custom Design       The heater can be custom-designed and configured. Custom designs are configured in coordination with the manufacturer. 
   Dynamic Power Regulation       Dynamic power regulation regulates the power output from the heater so that parts are heated at the proper rate. 
   Explosion-Proof       The heater's housing is designed to withstand explosions and protect the materials within. Some suppliers include heaters with housings that can withstand sparking and flames. 
   Encased Coil       The coil is encased in a casting for protection and to maximize heat transfer. 
   Finned       The heater has fins for better heat dissipation. 
   Grounding Wire       The heater is equipped with a grounding wire. 
   Hazardous Location       Hazardous location heaters are designed for use in places where there is a risk of fire or explosion. Underwriters Laboratories (UL) and other organizations rate these devices.     
   Indirect Fired       Indirect fired heaters use a secondary heat exchanger to separate the breathable air stream from the combustion air stream. 
   Internal Temperature Detector       The heater is equipped with an internal temperature detector. 
   Microprocessor Controlled       The heater is equipped with a microprocessor that controls the voltage applied to the heated object. The microprocessor regulates the temperature of the heated object, as well as the speed at which the object heats. 
   Multiple / Independent Timing Controls       Heaters have separate, independent controls for multiple functions such as heating, cooling, temperature hold, or other heater parameters. 
   Overheat Protection       Heaters include an automatic shut-off or other mechanism to prevent overheating of the material. 
   Portable       Portable heaters are lightweight or have wheels. 
   Thermostat       Heaters have an integrated, adjustable or preset thermostat. 
   UL Approved       Heaters are approved by Underwriters Laboratories (UL). Typically, documentation of UL certification is available from the manufacturer. 
   Weatherproof Housing       The heater's housing is sealed, liquid-proof, and suitable for use in a harsh, outdoor environment. 
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