Overview Ceiling Heaters. Fan-forced or infrared bulb heat, and convenient combinations. The reliable design and quality construction is all BROAN. Either way, you get energy-saving warmth in compact, easy-to-install units.
Features & Benefits Satin-finish aluminum grille and a low-profile housing will complement any décorEnclosed, metal sheathed element delivers 1250 Watts of instant heat with no waiting timeA permanently lubricated motor, automatic overheat protection, and UL listing ensures reliable, safe operationMounts easily to any standard 3-1/2" or 4" round, or 4" octagonal ceiling electrical box providing versatile choices for installationIt is recommended that heater operation is controlled with a choice of Broan wall controls, available separately. (Model 87W Line-Voltage Thermostat or Model 61W/61V 15-Minute Timer)Ceiling heaters are intended to provide supplemental heat and not to take the place of a home's main heat source
- Exclusive enclosed, sheathed, long-life element diffuses heat throughout the room.
- Low-profile housing with satin-finish aluminum grille extends only 2 3/4" from ceiling.
- Built-in fan disperses heat evenly.
- Automatic overheat protection.
- Permanently lubricated motor.
- Mounts easily to any standard 3 1/2" or 4" round, or 4" octagonal ceiling electrical box.
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