SED Fan-Forced Shallow Wall Heater (2,000 Watts - 240 Volt) Zoom

SED Fan-Forced Shallow Wall Heater (2,000 Watts - 240 Volt)

SKU:SED2024

Brand: Qmark

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Specs

BTU:
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6824
5118
Application: Heating
Color: Northern White
Voltage:
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240v
208v
Wattage:
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1500
2000
Amperage:
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8.3
7.2
Height: 14-1/2"
Width: 10-1/2"
Depth (Inches): 3-3/4"
Temperature Range (F): 45° to 135°F
Weight (lbs): 11 lbs
Type: Wall Recess Kit
Wall Surface Kit

Description for Qmark SED2024

Ideally suited for recessed shallow wall mount application, such as manufactured homes.

RESIDENTIAL: Suitable for use in almost any room. Use single heaters in smaller rooms such as bedrooms and bathrooms. Use multiple heaters (controlled by a single remote thermostat) in larger rooms such as living rooms and family rooms. Wattage levels should be determined by heat loss calculations.
COMMERCIAL: Suitable as the primary heat source in smaller rooms and as supplemental heat in almost any general use area.

Features:

  • Fast-response coil element assures quick heat and low maintenance
  • Three piece construction for ease of installation
  • Dual protection: thermal cutout with indicator light and one time thermal fuse
  • Built-in double pole thermostat (45° to 135°F Range)
  • Field wiring compartment for ease of installation

SED Fan-Forced Shallow Wall Heater (2,000 Watts - 240 Volt)

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        5.0

        "Perfect baseboard replacement"

        By Rick the architect

        from Boise, ID

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              Comments about SED Fan-Forced Shallow Wall Heater (2,000 Watts - 240 Volt):

              I removed an old baseboard heater that did nothing and took up valuable wall space in my basement. Easily installed this shallow wall heater (in 2x4 flat studded wall). Looks great and works great. I should have done this long ago. Will most likely replace a few more baseboards with the same.

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              5.0

              Easy to Install

              By Jim

              from Virginia Beach, VA

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                    Comments about SED Fan-Forced Shallow Wall Heater (2,000 Watts - 240 Volt):

                    Great to heat small area. Easy to install, affordable and simple to operate.

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                    5.0

                    great heater

                    By mj

                    from portland OR

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                          Comments about SED Fan-Forced Shallow Wall Heater (2,000 Watts - 240 Volt):

                          Was easy to install. Like that its shallow.

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                          3.0

                          Eazy wall installation

                          By TONY

                          from Ann Arbor, Michigan

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                                Comments about SED Fan-Forced Shallow Wall Heater (2,000 Watts - 240 Volt):

                                This unit supplies supplemental heat to a part of my basement. The unit requires no venting concerns an fits well in wall.

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