Duct Heaters suit OEM applications.

Press Release Summary:

Series HM tubular, gas-fired duct heating sections are offered in aluminized steel, 431 stainless, 409 stainless, and 304 stainless construction. Capacities range from 75,000 to 400,000 BTU/hr. Sections are pre-packaged and feature controlled dimple tube for condensate draining. All units carry ETL label. Firing options include off-on, 2-stage and full modulation (4:1). Sections can be mounted in horizontal or vertical configurations.

Original Press Release:

Tubular Gas-Fired Duct Heaters

Acworth, Georgia. August 22, 2002. Rob Hankinson, President of Heatco Inc announced production of their new HM series duct heating sections for O.E.M. applications available in aluminized steel, 431 stainless, 409 stainless and 304 stainless construction.

Available in capacities from 75,000 B.T.U./Hr. to 400,000 B.T.U./Hr., the sections are completely pre-packaged and feature a patented controlled dimple tube for higher efficiency and condensate draining. All units carry the ETL label. Firing options include off-on, 2-stage and full modulation (4:1). The sections can be mounted in either horizontal or vertical configurations. The product will be displayed at the upcoming ASHRAE show in Chicago. Booths 1360 and 1361.

Drum & Tube Heat Exchangers

To complement the duct heating sections, Heatco Inc offers 304 SS gas-fired exchangers in a standard range from 250,000 B.T.U./Hr. to 3,000,000 B.T.U./Hr. and custom units are available to 9,000,000 B.T.U./Hr.

Contact Rob Hankinson for additional information at 1.800.554.1007 Ext. 106

Heatco can supply your stainless gas-fired air heating needs with the right solution at the right price.

Heatco Inc is an American owned 20-year-old family business located North of Atlanta, Georgia. They have supplied hundreds of customers with thousands of heat exchangers. Heatco has a completely self-contained manufacturing facility equipped with the latest CNC-controlled machinery. Heatco blends stainless fabrication skills with unique combustion knowledge to be the preferred O.E.M. choice for gas heating solutions.

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