Model # HSB-33

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Modine 33,000 BTU Hydronic Steam/Hot Water Heater
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Modine

33,000 BTU Hydronic Steam/Hot Water Heater

  • Works with steam and hot water boilers, energy efficient
  • Product sold without installation or permitting
  • Equipment should be sized/installed by a qualified professional
$642.60 /each

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Product Overview

Mount this Modine 33,000 BTU Steam/Hot Water Heater from the ceiling to provide heating for your interior space. This heater offers horizontal deflectors that can be adjusted to provide directional heating for versatile operation. A thermal overload protection feature helps provide safety in case the heater's normal operating temperatures become too high.

  • Venturi fan shroud reduces noise levels to a minimum
  • 80% AFUE rating for energy efficient operation
  • Compatible with both steam and hot water boilers
  • Typical installation requires L6006C1018 aquastat controller
  • Adjustable horizontal air deflectors aim heat in desired directions
  • UL and CSA safety listings
  • Equipment should be sized, selected and installed by a qualified professional to ensure proper installation, safe operation, adherence to federal, state and local codes and for valid warranty; see installation guide for more details
  • Recommended for professional purchase only
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Customer Questions & Answers

Is the heater fan force if so how many settings and what is the voltage for this heater

Does it come ready to just plug in to outlet and heat up and use
Asked by: Marvin
Yes, at least ours is being hooked up to its own thermostat. It's 120. We have had it for freaking ever (20+yrs) it is seriously ol' faithful. It recently started rattling and I thought it was dying. It just needed to have a dustoff overhaul and tighten the vent springs/coils. I am buying a new motor in the event I might ever need one in case it gets discontinued of something. It kicks on anytime it goes below the temp I set with the thermostat and I've never had an issue. Ours is super quiet and I don't know squat about efficiency so I can't speak on that.
Answered by: AKredhed
Date published: 2017-02-03
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