QMark EFF1500 Ceiling Heater, 1.5KW, 120V/1Ph

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QMark EFF1500 Ceiling Heater, 1,500W, 120V/1Ph:
Anywhere it makes sense to keep your heating solution out of the way and out of reach, choose these fan-forced ceiling heaters. They work well as a comfort solution for hallways, lobbies, restrooms or detention environments.  The Qmark EFF Series Ceiling Mounted Fan Forced Electric Heater is designed to be used in institutional, commercial, and industrial areas where wall space is not available. The ceiling heater can be recessed mounted, T bar mounted, or surface mounted with the use of the optional surface mounting frame.
QMark EFF Series Ceiling Heater Features:
- Dependable and quiet.
- 14 gauge louver cover (Navajo White finish) with tamper resistant screws and 1/4 inch mesh screen.
- Models from 1500 to 4800 Watts (5,120 to 16,382 BTU/hr.).
- Room temperature is controlled by a remote wall or built-in thermostat accessory.
- The heater can be ceiling mounted either recessed, surface, or in a T-bar application. The basic unit is designed for recessed installation, but is easily adapted for surface mounting with the use of the optional surface mounting frame.
- Rugged steel fins are copper-brazed to the low watt density, steel sheathed, tubular heating elements which are arranged in a uniform pattern.
- A thermal cutout shuts off the heater in the event of overheating.
- Fan delay starts fan after heating element is warm and continues to run fan after heating element shuts off to remove residual heat.
- Dual wattage units are factory wired at higher wattage and can be converted to lower wattage by removing a jumper.