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Sterling Gas Fired Propeller Unit Heaters Installation Instructions

The Sterling XF series gas unit heaters replace the TF and SF series heaters and combine them into one unit that can be vented as standard open combustion (Exhaust pipe only) or separated combustion (Using both an exhaust and intake pipe). They are a great heating option for large greenhouses, warehouses, commercial structures, etc. Sterling XF heaters feature: tubular heat exchanger, power exhaust system, electronic ignition, advanced diagnostic system for dependable worry-free operation, lots of safety features, corrosion and rust resistant aluminized steel components for dependable worry-free operation, safety features like overheating controls and a safety shut-off, high power fan to provide even heat distribution, and a baked-on enamel finish made to protect the XF from harsh environments. They are designed for suspended mounting and require only a vent pipe and connections to a gas and electric line for installation. Some wiring required. Requires 110/120v electricity. Designed for propane or natural gas.

Sterling Gas Fired Propeller Unit Heaters Installation Instructions

Model UDZ gas-fired, separated combustion unit heaters are great for space heating applications. These models use outside air for combustion to prevent dirt, lint, dust or other contaminants in the indoor atmosphere from being burned. Model UDZ are available in 14 sizes ranging from 30,000 to 400,000 BTUH gas input and are approved for installation in the United States and Canada by ETL.

VENTING* All unit heaters must be vented! All Venting installations shall be in accordance with the latest edition of Part 7, Venting of Equipment of the National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI Z223.1, or applicable provisions of local building codes. Refer to notes* below for Canadian installations. Refer to Figures 12-19. CARBON MONOXIDE! Your venting system must not be blocked by any snow, snow drifts, or any foreign matter. Inspect your venting system to ensure adequate ventilation exists at all times

The Sterling XF (propeller) and XC (blower) series convertible venting type tubular gas-fired unit heaters offer a highly efficient, extremely durable alternative to the traditional clam shell design. These propeller and blower type units combine the latest tubular heat exchanger and in-shot burner technology with the quality and reliability you have come to know from Sterling. Units are available in sizes 100 to 400 MBH and have been certified by ETL as providing 83% thermal (combustion) efficiency.

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