|Qmark AWH4407F Architectural Fan Forced Wall Heaters: 277v / 1ph
100 CFM fan forced heater
Built-in thermostat for quick installation... separate thermostat not necessary. (Range: 40-90°F.)
AWH has tamper resistant thermostat adjustable with a narrow blade screwdriver through the bar grille.
Contemporary steel bar grille with baked enamel finish and satin finished aluminum frame
retains attractive appearance through years of use.
Steel finned metal sheath electric heating elements with low sheath temperatures provide uniform heat and long service life.
Thermal overheat protector disconnects power in event of overheating due to accidental blockage.
Built-in power disconnect switch for added safety during maintenance.
Built-in fan delay switch energizes fan motor only after elements are heated...prevents discharge of unheated air. When heat shuts off, de-energizes fan motor after residual heat has been dissipated.
Permanently lubricated totally enclosed fan motor provides long life and low maintenance; gently distributes warmth throughout room area.
1 year limited warranty
15 3/4" W
19 5/16" H
1 1/4" D
Back Box Dimensions
14 3/8" W
18 1/4" H
3 7/8 D
Quick Specs for the Qmark AWH4407F:
4,000 watts (13,650 BTU's)
277 Volts hard wired
Surface adapter for surface mounting (not included).
Do not install back box closer than 8 from floor or adjacent walls, and 36 from ceiling.
Do not install heater behind towel rack, behind door, in floor, in closet, or where airflow may be obstructed.
To insure proper operation, maintain 3-feet clearance to furniture or other objects placed directly in front of the heater.
Built-in snap action thermostat (Temp range: 40-90°F)
Bronze finish metal cover / grille
Optional: Surface Mounting Frame
AWHSM - for surface mounting (Ex. mounting on a block or brick wall)
AWHS-1 - for 1 Semi recess mounting frame
AWHS-2 - for 2 Semi recess mounting frame
Optional Pneumatic Switch:
AWHPE Pneumatic electric (P/E) switch
Optional Northern White Grille / Cover - Switch to AWH4407FNW
Wall Heater Resource Guide