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Sealey IR16 Industrial Infrared Diesel Heater - 230v 16kW

  • Sealey IR16 Industrial Infrared Diesel Heater - 230v
  • Sealey IR16 Industrial Infrared Diesel Heater - 230v
  • Sealey IR16 Industrial Infrared Diesel Heater - 230v
  • Sealey IR16 Industrial Infrared Diesel Heater - 230v
  • Sealey IR16 Industrial Infrared Diesel Heater - 230v
  • Sealey IR16 Industrial Infrared Diesel Heater - 230v
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£100.00
  • 16kW / 54,624 BTU Heat Output
  • Effective Area 400m3
  • Low Fuel Consumption (Diesel or Kerosene)
  • Minimal Exhaust Emissions
  • Thermostat Control
  • Simple Control Panel with LED Display
  • Built-in Safety Features
  • Three Year Warranty
  • Suitable for Ventilated Indoor Areas
  • Runs on Diesel
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Features

16kW Heat Output: The Sealey IR16 diesel infrared heater is capable of heating spaces up to 400m³, which makes it ideal for heating workshops, garages, warehouses, factories and more.

Clean Burn Technology: Clean burn and precisely controlled fuel supply, ensure that no unpleasant odours or carbon monoxide enter the air. This heater is safe to use indoors in ventilated industrial areas.

Zero Air Movement: This infrared heater has no internal fan. This means there is no air movement, so the heat is spread evenly in all directions, quietly and dust-free.

Fuel Efficient Design: The IR16 uses around 1L of fuel per hour, so it offers great cost effectiveness and the 50L fuel tank offers capacity for the heater to operate for up to 42 hours on a single tank.

Simple Control Panel: Soft touch control panel with LED display offers easy operation of the heater and its functions, including on/off, thermostat control and 24 hour timer.

Built-in Safety Features: Equipped with advanced safety features including overheat protection, auto-misfire, tilt, shock, low fuel shut-off sensors and flame-out fuel cut, ensuring safe & reliable use.

Portable Design: Mounted on a set of castors, the heater can be moved around easily.

Quiet Operation: Operates effectively without causing a disturbance in the workplace, at events and in public areas.

Description

Sealey IR16 Industrial Infrared Diesel Heater

16kW portable infrared heater for workshops, warehouses, garages & more

The Sealey IR16 is a compact & portable diesel-fuelled infrared heater, ideal for safely and effectively heating a range of ventilated industrial areas including workshops, garages, warehouses and more.

This diesel infrared heater offers 16kW heat output and zero airflow, meaning there is no air movement and the heat is spread evenly in all directions, quietly and dust-free.

The IR16 provides clean burning of the fuel, with precisely controlled fuel supply, ensuring that no unpleasant odours or carbon monoxide enter the air. It is also very inexpensive to run, with it using only around 1L of fuel per hour. This means that the internal 50L fuel tank offers up to 42 hours of operation on a single tank.

It features thermostat control, a 24-hour timer and soft touch control panel with LED display. It is equipped with advanced safety features to ensure safe operation, including overheat protection, auto-misfire, tilt, shock, low fuel shut-off sensors and flame-out fuel cut.

The castors mounted at the base of the unit, along with its slim profile and compact dimensions, make the Sealey IR16 diesel infrared heater very easy to move around a site and use wherever it is required.

Please note: These units are not suitable for use with waste oil.

Specification

Automatic Shut-Off: Yes
Fuel Tank: 50L
Fuel: Diesel
Heated Area: 14,125ft³ (400m³)
Output: 55,000btu/hr (16kW)
Running Time per Filling (Maximum): 42hr
Supply: 230V~50Hz
Transport Wheels: Yes
Weight: 51kg

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