907/905 Series Industrial Sill-Height Convectors
The 907/905 Series industrial sill-height convectors are designed to fit under large windows to prevent cold down drafts. The heaters are ideal for heavy traffic areas with high heating requirements.
Units may be mounted to the wall flush on the floor or on pedestals. Custom lengths and blank sections are available for wall-to-wall installations. Units can be ordered with smooth finish when the back of the heater is visible. Heaters 200 watt/ft. or greater are not designed for residential use in the United States.
Heaters can be installed singularly in lengths from 20 inches to 103 inches or joined end to end for complete perimeter heating.
The sloped-top cabinet on the 905 Series prevents objects from being set on top of the heater, which can restrict airflow and cause overheating.
Choice of Colors
Heaters can be matched to any decor. White or almond is standard and a wide range of optional colors and custom finishes are also available.
All models listed are single-phase.
Standard Construction Features
Carbon steel elements with aluminum fins float on high temperature nylon bushings for quiet operation. Stainless steel elements with aluminum fins on elements rated 1500 watts and above. Average watt density is 275 W/ft (900 W/m). Low watt density elements of 200 W/ft (655 W/m) are also available.
Cabinet is constructed of 18-gauge steel with a 16-gauge steel front cover. The unit has an epoxy-polyester powder paint finish in white or almond. End caps are provided on all units.
Inlet/Outlet Grilles – The fresh air inlet grille is located on the front of the unit. The outlet grille has openings less than 0.25 inches to discourage tampering with the heating element (pencil-proof).
Linear limit, automatic reset thermal cutout.
Each baseboard heater has a junction box located on both right ends and a built-in full length wireway.
Field or factory-installed low voltage relay and thermostat kits fit into the right-hand junction box only.
Air, Rail or Bus Terminals