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Wall Switch Recommended
With Built-In Thermostat - Model 112
Slim trim and compact, yet powerful. Perfect for cabinet kickspaces, vanity bases, stairways or any place where space is limited. Also ideal for light-commercial applications like ticket/toll booths and checkout counters.
Steel-Sheathed, Plate-Finned, Heavy-Duty Heating Element
Factory Wired For 1500W At 240Vac, Easily Converts To 750W Or 1500W At 120V
I have an oak parquet floor, will this heater be suitable in this location? Can it be set to a programable timer and do you sell this ?
A. The Broan 112 would work for the application you are referring to, providing you have the correct space for it. The thermostat is the only programming functionality offered with this unit. (See Installation Guild: http://www.build.com/mediabase/specifications/112install.pdf I sent you a quote for this item, as well as the programmable thermostat. If you have any additional questions, please feel free to ask.
How big of a room does one kick plate take care of
A. Per the manufacturer, the Broan 112 puts out 5120 btus/hr which should take care of approximately a 20x20 room, keep in mind this is to be used as a supplement heater.
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