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Model #DR-910F

10000-Watt 240-Volt Heavy-Duty Hardwired Shop Garage Heater Wall / Ceiling Mounted with Remote Controlled Thermostat

  • Steel metal sheath for durability and uniform heating
  • Built-in remote-control thermostat for desired results
  • Includes brackets for easy mounting
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Product Overview

Need safe, comfortable, quick heat. Dr. Infrared Heater DR-910F Heavy-Duty Hardwired Shop Garage Heater can be easily installed in your new or remodeled building. This 10000W heater can be the primary or auxiliary heat source ideally suited for use in garages, factories, stores, warehouses, workshops, schools, churches, hospitals, dormitories, or any exposed spaces. The DR-910F uses spiral steel metal sheath electric heating elements with low sheath temperatures, providing uniform heat and long lasting product life. Additionally, a large, matched, dynamic fan provides maximum air flow with minimum turbulence and noise, gently distributing warmth throughout your space. The heavy duty ball bearing motor is totally enclosed, thermally protected, and permanently lubricated, requiring minimal maintenance. Built-in adjustable remote-controlled thermostat allows you to set your desired temperature between 50-90°F. If desired, an optional wall-mounted external thermostat can be wired to this heater (sold separately, does not come with heater). Rugged stamped steel front cover features 5 adjustable louvers for easy airflow control. Can be mounted on either the wall or ceiling (bracket included). Finished in a gray epoxy paint. The DR-910 also comes with a cart version, the DR-910M. UL and cUL Listed. 1 year parts and labor warranty.
  • Heavy duty 240-Volt single phase 10000-Watt electric heater
  • Hardwired wall/ceiling-mounted heater
  • Remote controlled thermostat with temperature range from 50°-90°F
  • 5 adjustable louvers to direct airflow
  • UL /cUL listed; timer feature
  • Heavy duty fully enclosed motor
  • Optional wall wired thermostat (sold separately)

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
22 in
Product Height (in.)
16 in
Product Width (in.)
18 in

Details

Heating Product Type
Electric Ceiling Heater
Heating Technology Type
Forced Air
Product Weight (lb.)
49 lb
Returnable
180-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
1 Year Limited Manufacturer Parts and Service Warranty

Questions & Answers

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Up to how much square footage will this warm up a shop

Asked by Frank October 4, 2018
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This heater is rated to heat up to a 1000 sq ft.

will this work shop 40x30 residantal.

Asked by wayne February 14, 2018
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Yes, this heater works for your application.

How many BTU does this unit have?

Asked by BTU April 4, 2018
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Regarding the answer stating that this heater puts out 20,500 BTU: 1 watt = 3.41 BTU. If this puts out 20,500 BTU of heat then that accounts for only about (20,500 / 3.41) = 6,011 watts of power. The leaves (10,000 - 6,011) = 3,988 watts of power not going to heat, which equals (3,988 Watts / 240 Volts )= 16.6 Amps of current not going to heat. Where is all that current going. (fan, thermostat controller?) That's a heck of a lot of power for a fan or thermostat. Is the efficiency of this unit really only (6,011 / 10,000) = .60 or 60% ? OR is this reply really for the 6,000 watt Dr. Heater? (6,000 Watts x 3.41 BTU/Watt = 20,460 BTU) This 10,000 Watt heater should put out 34,000 BTU of heat minus the power it takes to run the fan and remote controlled thermostat multiplied by the efficiency of the heater (hopefully better than 60%).

What is the highest temperature (40C? 50C?) can it reach?

Asked by JJ February 8, 2019
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This unit ranges from 50°-90°F.

What are the Amps and wire specifications for this unit?

Asked by LN October 19, 2018
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The Amps and wire specifications are as follows, depending on what voltage your using. 10,000 Watts / 208 Volts = about 48.1 Amps ( = 50 Amp circuit breaker, double pole) 10,000 Watts / 220 Volts = about 45.5 Amps ( = 45 or 50 Amp circult breaker, double pole) 10,000 Watts / 240 Volts = about 41.7 Amps ( = 45 or 50 Amp circuit breaker, double pole) However, since this is hardwired and likely to be on more than intermittently (check local code) the circuit breaker and wire need to be rated for 25% more than the rated Wattage of the heater ( = 60 Amps at 208 Volts, 57 Amps at 220 Volts, 53 Amps at 240 Volts). Therefore, get a 60 Amp circuit breaker (more amps rather than fewer) which needs 6 gauge copper.

How many amps required when set on max heat?

Asked by Dale December 28, 2017
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A 10000 watt heater running 240 volts is equivalent to 41.667 amps (10000/240). If the unit is running on 208 volts, it would be equivalent to 48.077 amps (10000/208). Both cases would require a 50 amp circuit and breaker for protection along with the appropriate wire size for 50 amp and resistance distance. Hope this helps

Does the fan continue to run when the unit is on or is the fan temperature controlled also?

Asked by Ron November 2, 2019
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Once it reaches your set temperature the fan shuts off also.

i have a 220 volt plug in the garage wall with 30 amp breakeer. is this gonna work?

Asked by Ozzie December 16, 2018
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No, you will need a 50 amps circuit breaker.

What's the square footage this will cover?

Asked by 5cent November 26, 2017
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This can heat approximately 700 sq ft of space.

Using this heater in a craw spsce size 33x24x4 . Can this unit Remote Controller Thermostat still work from the main floor.

Asked by Sy December 28, 2017
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Yes, you can install an external thermostat to control this heater.

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I had and electrician install the heater in my 1300 sq. ft. garage. I took him about an hour to...
I had and electrician install the heater in my 1300 sq. ft. garage. I took him about an hour to run the 240v. and to mount the heater. Total cost was approx. $500. When it was 22 degrees outside it would keep the garage at 65 degrees (the set point I established.). You may need to tweet the set point because the proximity of the thermostat on the unit gives a reading of about 9 degrees higher than actual. This was after I moved the thermostat off of the chassis and let it hang down. The unit is reasonably quiet and does the job. It is not as fast as a gas heater, however the gas heater quote was 4 times higher. when my garage was 50 degrees it took about 3 hours to get to 65 degrees. I have it set for 61 degrees so that it won't take long to get to a working temp. I don't have any electricity costs yet, however our electricy bills in Idaho are not as extreme as in the East.
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Yes, it is better than I expected.
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Not as effective as I thought but does heat up...
Not as effective as I thought but does heat up garage. Internal thermostat does not reflect the actual temperature in garage itself.
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Bought for my husband's garage /shop and it does the job
Bought for my husband's garage /shop and it does the job
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I purchased 2 of these heaters. 1 worked great other...
I purchased 2 of these heaters. 1 worked great other the fan stopped working less then 24 hours after installing it.
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does not work under "timed" mode. thermostat only. ...
does not work under "timed" mode. thermostat only. shuts down when it says it is 86 degrees but garage is under 55 degrees. waiting on assistance from company.
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Underwhelmed.
I bought this to heat a 500 square foot insulated garage. I had a professional electrician install it last week. This morning, outdoor temps were in the 40's. The garage was about 65. I set the heater to 74. It ran for 20 minutes and the thermostat on the heater read 80 degrees. Thermometer in the garage read 67. When it kicked on again, it ran for 10 minutes and the overheat safety engaged, I had to shut it off at the breaker, wait 20 minutes and turn it back on. I set the heater to 72. The exact same thing happened again. We've followed all of the mounting recommendations, providing ample space between wall/ceiling and other objects. Assuming it's working correctly, I can't get behind it or recommend it. I plan to return it. If it can't handle heating in moderate temps, I can't imagine it will do any good at all when it gets really cold out.
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Product puts out the heat but needs a larger mounting motion. Also internal thermostat is terrible.
Product puts out the heat but needs a larger mounting motion. Also internal thermostat is terrible.
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