DHC and DC Series
DHC/DC, products, brings innovation and flexibility custom duct heaters featuring much larger sizes (up to 10’ wide x 12’ high) and many accessory options. Duct heaters are used in forced air applications to provide standalone space heat or to supplement existing heating systems. Designed for zero clearance. Typical applications include; space heating, primary heating, secondary, heating, auxiliary heating, reheating, multizone and air variable volume heating.
- A Disconnecting Contactor Per Stage, Or Each 48 amp Circuit Within A Stage
- Fan Interlock
- Power Terminal Board
- Control Terminal Board
- Ground Lugs
- Automatic Primary Safety Limit
- Manual Reset Secondary Safety Limit
- Left Hand Offset Control Box
- Two Frame Types: Slip In or Flange
- 80/20 (Ni/Cr) resistance wire
- Available In Bottom Mount
Bringing Innovation And Flexibility
These custom duct heaters feature much larger sizes (up to 10’ wide x 12’ high) and offer many accessory options to suit any application.
Composition and Materials: All sheet metal housing. 0.034+.008/-.00 minimum spangle galvanized sheet steel grade G-90.
Accessory Options: Standard supply & control voltages, single or three phase heaters, Slip In or Flange mounted, Recessed control box, 80/20 (Ni/Cr) resistance wire, Stainless steel terminals, vapor barrier, gasketed cover
Standard Features: Open-coil element, airflow switch, detailed wiring diagram, Control terminal board and Grounding lugs, Power fusing over 48 amps included, A disconnecting magnetic control contactor per stage oreach 48-amp circuit within a stage, Automatic high-limit switch for primary over-temperature protection, Manual reset high-limit switch for secondary over-temperature protection, The wire rack element suspension system allows for a low pressure drop across the coils, In horizontal applications, airflow can travel in either direction without any modification, allowing for easy field modifications, Control box features hinge and latch for easy access.
Approvals: cULus, ETL, UL International