HEATERS Now Obsolete
The old standby “BULLDOG” electric heater line
from MARKEL PRODUCTS is now obsolete. The
square, usually hanging, heater that has warmed
basements, workbenches and crawlspaces for many
years is no longer.
Not to worry, MARKEL is
replacing these heaters with a line
that has no nickname as yet and is
round in shape, not square (see
accompanying picture). The new
heaters, available in Spring 2006,
will operate on either 240 or 208
volts and will come with a 6ft.
long cord and plug end (the BULLDOG units had the
OPTION of either a cord/plug or hard-wiring direct
to a panel – not so with the new heaters). A swivel
base will allow the heaters to be installed in ceiling,
floor or wall mounted applications. As with the
BULLDOG heaters, a unit mounted thermostat with
a 35-85 F degree range is standard.
Yaun Co. will be stocking the 4 and 5.6 KW
models as in the past. Contact your local salesman
for pricing on these “yet to be named” portable
10” Room to Room Fan
· 380 CFM 6.5 Sones.
· Built-in variable speed control.
· Housing adjusts to fit walls from 3” to
· Easy interior wall installation.
· Permanently lubricated motor.
· High-strength, reinforced polymeric
· Two attractive white polymeric grilles can
be painted to match decor.
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