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Heating a 300 sq ft room to 125-135

Am looking for a product to accomplish above tasks. Hopefully 208v/240v at 30amps or less.

Any reccomendations?

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  • scottiep1 May 31, 2008

    the room is for drying tables in a commercial environment.



    Winter climate is mild at best, bay area california.



    No exterior walls. Have the site committed to insulating ceiling better.

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What is the activity in this room is it and interior room how many exterior walls and what is the winter climate like where you are located.

Posted on May 30, 2008

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    burzerko May 31, 2008

    Hello



    After sizing this app. this heater should work fine for you.



    UNIT HEATER,15.0/11.2 kW,240/208 V
    Electric Unit Heater, Fan Forced, 15.0/11.2 kW, Btu 51.2/38.2 x1000, Voltage 240/208, 60 Hz, 3 Phase, 36.1/31.3 Amps AC, Air Temp Rise 52 F, 910 CFM
    DAYTON






    I found it at grainger.



    Hope this helps you.

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