|Product Depth (in.)||10.9 in||Product Height (in.)||3.5 in|
|Product Width (in.)||13.9 in|
|Accessories Included||No||Automatic shutoff||No|
|Color||Stainless Steel||Color Family||Metallics|
|Fuel Gauge||No||Fuel Type||Hydronic|
|Heat rating (BTU/hour)||4810 Btu/h||Heater Controls||Pushbutton|
|Heater Type||Other||Heating Product Type||Baseboard|
|Heating Technology Type||Convection||Ignition Type||No Ignition System|
|Max. Motor Speed (RPM)||0 RPM||Number of Heat Settings||2 Heat|
|Pack Size||1||Power/Fuel Type||Other|
|Product Weight (lb.)||9.1 lb||Remote Control||No|
|Returnable||90-Day||Room Size (sq. ft.)||Less than 150|
|Certifications and Listings||CSA Listed, UL Certified||Manufacturer Warranty||Limited Warranty|
A: Yes, you can install this kick space heater in the vertical position. In fact, when it is installed in the optional wall kit, The KSWK it would be mounted in a vertical position. However, I would not install it in a floor as the grill is not built to be walked on. For a floor application I would use the FL100 floor unit.
A: I am sorry but I am not sure I understand your question. This unit is used in a forced hot water heating system where hot water from a boiler is pumped through pipes. It would not be used in a forced hot air heating system where air heated in furnace is sent through duct work to the different rooms.
A: This unit comes standard with the Stainless Steel grill included. Our apologies as it does not call that out as well as it could. We will make improvements based on your question. Thank You. If you scroll down the product listing page you will come to a section entitled Product Details where you will find PDF’s of the product documents. If you open the specification sheet you will find it does call out the inclusion of the stainless steel grill. The brochure also shows the optional overlay grills that can be factory special ordered.
A: Water heaters heat potable water. Drinking water is regulated by very stringent rules. This product is used almost exclusively on closed loop heating systems which use the same water over and over; not drinking water. As a result the manufacturer decided to give up the certification needed for approved use with potable water a few years back. It just got very expensive for an application that was so infrequent. So No you can’t use it as it lacks the appropriate certification. Why is it not used with potable water? Because potable water is only heater to 120 fahrenheight. At that temperature the heat output would be in the 1500-2000 BTU range which is very small. In closed loop heating systems the water temperatures are much higher. Typically 180 Fahrenheight.