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TPI Fan Forced Portable Heater HF684TC - 3000/4000W 208/240V 1 PH

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TPI Fan Forced Portable Heater HF684TC - 3000/4000W 208/240V 1 PH

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TPI Fan Forced Portable Heater HF684TC - 3000/4000W 208/240V 1 Phase
These portable heaters are great for area heating, spot heating and freeze protection for small areas up to 500 sq. ft. Operates on 208 or 240V. Finned steel tubular heating element for high efficiency heating. Swivel mounting bracket allows installation to walls, floors and ceilings. Temperature thermostat control with 35-85°F range. Provides a 10 air throw with 262 CFM heating. These electric heaters feature internal manual reset thermal cut-out and 6'L power cord with molded plug. 20 Amp plug NEMA #6-20P. Plug can be removed for hard wire installation. UL Listed. 30 Amp plug #6-30P shown below is for reference view only.


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    • WIDTH INCHES13-1/2
    • DEPTH INCHES11-1/2
    • HEIGHT INCHES17-1/2
    • COLORTan
    • ASSEMBLYAssembled
    • BTU HIGH13650
    • BTU LOW10239
    • VOLTAGE240 / 208
    • PHASE1
    • WATTS HIGH4000
    • WATTS LOW3000
    • KILOWATTS4 / 3
    • MODEL652147
    • AMPS HIGH16.7
    • PLUG TYPE20 Amp Plug #6-20P
    • AMPS LOW14.5
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Great 20 AMP solution

Your review: I needed a quick solution to heat my garage and basement. I already had a 20A (240V) outlet installed so this model worked perfect for me. Be aware you'll need a 30A outlet for a model that produces more BTUs.

Pros: Only requires 20A (240V). Portable and mountable.

Cons: None if the maximum BTUs is high enough for your needs.

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Nice compact heater

Your review: Great little heater. Installed in a tv studio as supplimental heat. The studio was converted to LED lighting and needed supplimental heat to help warm it up on sub freezing days.

Pros: Easy to install and quiet

Cons: No con's to speak of.

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Great Heater

Your review: When I first got this heater... I was not to impressed... However I was not giving it a fair chance... I have a 15' x 20' with an 11'4" ceiling... it is insulated and sheetrocked. This heater heats it up with NO problems, (and it HAS been COLD) the thermostat works great... they say the fan will blow 10'... baloney... it blows 15' maybe 20' it's GREAT... I am very glad I bought this fan, it seems to be very well made and should hold up very well... this was the best price I could find on this fan... don't be afraid to buy... you will be glad you did

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Good space heater

Your review: Great small heater - quiet, good heat capability. Just play with the thermostat control to find the temp you want to maintain. Works fast to warm our high ceiling 14' X 25' room.

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Fan Forced Portable Heater

Your review: Very nice heater, almost instant heat produced. a very strong fan, and not super loud.

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Will this be okay to use in a 15' hallway that is 5-6' wide?

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