Suggested Engineering Specifications
Design Draft Barriers shall be 7″ high and 5″ wide. The front cover shall be one piece 12 gauge aluminum construction suitable for architectural, commercial and industrial use, with 1/4″ pencil proof top discharge. The one piece cover shall be extruded aluminum for maximum strength and shall be available in lengths to 12′.
The front cover shall snap fit to the 12 gauge back cover with no screw heads or assembly fasteners. The 12 gauge back cover shall be suitable for mullion to mullion mounting.
Standard painted finishes shall be provided.
Heat sections from 2′ to 10′ are available.
Furnish and install model EMB or SLT type heating element. The element shall be manufactured with 1/2″, 3/4″ and 1″ nominal copper tubing with .010″ thick aluminum fins, having full collars for uniform spacing and optimum thermal contact. Fins shall be mechanically bonded to the copper tube. One end of each element shall be expanded to accept the unepanded end of another tube without coupling.
ELEMENT MOUNT BRACKET
Element bracket is constructed of 16 gauge galvenized steel and are mounted to the backplate for noiseless expansion of element. Designed for easy installation into pre-punched mounting holes.
Elements are supplied with nylon brackets for noiseless expansion.
Model WLB construction allows simple, snap-fit installation. The back plate which houses the heating element assembly is simply attached to the wall surface at the desired height and the front cover enclosure is then snapped into place.
Model WLBT-PD, WLBF-PD, WSBST-PD shall have 2″ adjustable pedestals and the heater back will be painted to match the front cover. 1″ of adjustment is available on the cast iron pedestal.
2 on 1′, 2′, 3′, 4′, 5′ and 6′
3 on 7′, 8′, 9′ and 10′
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