Qmark MWUH5004 Electric Shop Unit Heater
Powerful fan and 5,000 watt stainless steel heater element
Heater comes equipped with ceiling mounting bracket for horizontal or vertical flow mounting or any position in between.
Built-in single pole thermostat adjusts from 45° to 135° F.
Bottom of control box hinges for easy access to controls and wiring. Heating element, fan delay control, thermal cutout thermostat, motor and fan are all easily reached for service.
Steel fins are copper brazed to low watt density, steel-sheathed tubular heating elements. Fins and elements are arranged in a uniform grid pattern and fit closely into the air discharge area to assure that all incoming air passes through the heating element. Element is finished with aluminized paint for corrosion resistance. Uniform discharge of all heated air lowers internal operating temperatures and prolongs element life.
Specially designed venturi outlet to meet that added throw as required in vertical position.
Automatic control delays fan action until heating element is warm. When thermostat is satisfied, fan continues to operate until heating element is cool. By preventing circulation of cold air and expelling excess heat, comfort level is raised and component life is extended. Powder-coated epoxy finish is long lasting and corrosion resistant
Adjustable louvers adjust up and down for even greater control of throw direction. Louvers have stops to prevent complete closing of the discharge area. Heater body also has top center hole with weld nut for mounting the heater and allowing it to rotate 360°.
Limited 1 Year for the Unit, and 5 Year warranty on Element
Off White Finish
270 CFM (Air flow)
5,000 watts (17,065 BTU's)
240 Volts hard wired
12 1/2 H
11 1/4 D
Ceiling Mounting Bracket
Single pole thermostat is built-in - Range 45° to 135°F.
Special Combination stand & swivel bracket enables unit to be positioned in a variety of ways.
The heater should be installed out of traffic areas and at least 6' off the floor.
This heater is not suitable for use in corrosive atmospheres such as marine, green houses or chemical storage areas.
The discharge air should wipe the walls without blowing directly on them.