Enclosure Air Conditioner Series
Supplier: Thermal Edge Inc. Part Number WF080236
Thermal Edge Introduces our newest Enclosure Air Conditioner Series
• Model: WF080236
• BTU/Hour: 8000
• Voltage/Phase/Hz: 230/1/60
• Running Amps: 9.08
• Max. Ambient Temperature: 125°F
• H x W x D: 36.81" x 19" x 10.50"
• Ship Weight: 100
The WF series. WF060 and WF080, 6000 BTUH and 8000 BTUH units.
• UL Listed
• 36.8” H x 19” W x 10.5” D
• High impact 600 CFM blowers
• Shallow design for narrow aisle space
• Available in 120V and 230V
• Available with standard filter or expanded 2” deep filter
• 16 Gauge Steel
• NEW UL 484 Required on/off Switch
• Available in NEMA Type 12, 4 & 4X
• Fully integrated heat package from 500W to 1500W
• OD Package moving the digital programmable controller to inside your enclosure
• Vibration Protection for extreme conditions
• Coated Coils for difficult and caustic environments
• Extended High Capacity Filter for dusty environments
• Low Ambient Protection for cold environments
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