Features of King Electric KB4804-1-B1 Fan Forced Electric Unit Heater
Convenient, small and powerful describe the King Electric KB Series electric unit heaters which have been standard equipment in high rise buildings, garages, water treatment and fire room vaults to prevent freezing. High mass steel elements and high CFM keeps outlet temperatures low for long life. Long life comes standard with the highest quality components custom designed for use in the KB Series Unit Heater.
- Voltage: 480 Volt.
- Phase: 1 Phase
- Wattage: 4 KW
- Color: Gray
- Universal Mounting Bracket Included.
- Spiral Steel Fin Heating Element. The metal sheath element is brazed with spiral fins and then molded into a coil configuration. This combination produces the best heat transfer while eliminating the potential for hot spots by positioning the element in the maximum airflow stream.
- Totally Enclosed Permanently Lubricated Fan Motor. Epoxy coated motor with enclosed rotor resists moisture and corrosion for long-lasting trouble-free operation.
- Aluminum Fan Blade. Axial flow type fan mounted directly to the motor shaft for maximum efficiency.
- Heavy Gauge Steel Enclosure. All exterior and interior metal enclosure parts are made from 20GA electro galvanized steel with a rust inhibiting baked enamel finish. Smooth rounded corners and protective edge trim give an attractive modern appearance.
- Adjustable Discharge Louvers.
- Auto-Reset Thermal Cutout. Power is disconnected from the element if an overheating condition occurs. The fan continues to run to dissipate excess heat from the element. The element is reenergized automatically when the normal operating temperature returns.
- Rear Intake Screen. Heavy gauge steel screen protects against foreign objects making accidental contact with the rotating fan blade.
The King Electric KB Series fan forced wall heater should be installed such that the direction of air flow is not be restricted. The air flow should wipe exposed walls rather than blow directly at them. When more than one heater is used in an area the heaters should be arranged so that the air discharge of each heater supports the air flow of the others to provide the best circulation of warm air throughout the area.