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HEATING & LIGHT KEEPING YOUR CUSTOM ELITE HEAT FIXED OR SWIVEL QUARTZ HALOGEN INFRA RED HEATERS


The “Go Anywhere” Elite heat offers full product utilisation with its durable yet aesthetically pleasing design it looks good in offices, retail, industrial, production lines, leisure centres basically anywhere that needs short wave spot heating.


Fitted with the patented “Spring mounted cradle frame” providing assisted vibration technology, the New Elite heat will help to reduce element breakages when being moved.


Invest in the best looking Infra Red heater today, and reap the rewards for years to come. Direct heating, does not heat the atmosphere. Instant heat at the touch of a button.


2 X 1.4kW Quartz Elements


3 Fully portable with lockable castors 3 2 x 1400watt quartz elements 3 110volt fitted with 32amp plug 3 240volt fitted with 13amp plug 3 Heavy duty construction 3 Castors and side handles pre-fitted 3 H900 x W525 x D625mm


Internal Ratchet Pivot/Swivel System Neon Power On/Off Indicator Power Cable Storage (On Rear)


Two Internal Safety Trip Switches


Robust Heat Resistant Body Internal Heat Deflector Robust Metal Inner Body


Patented Spring Mounted Cradle Frame


Fitted Side Handles


Individual Element Switches (On Rear)


Fitted Castor Wheels (2 Lockable) ELITE HEAT ELECTRIC CERAMIC HEATERS


Available in 240volt fitted with 13amp plug and 110volt fitted with 32amp plug


3 2.8kW industrial ceramic heater 3 110volt fitted with 32amp plug 3 H790 x W360 x D480mm 3 Weight: 6kg


3 2.8kW Industrial Ceramic Heater 3 240volt fitted with 13amp plug 3 H790 x W360 x D480mm 3 Weight: 6kg


Sturdy Frame


Neon Power On/Off Indicator


Individual Element Switches


Heavy Duty Metal Construction


2 X 1.4kW Ceramic Elements Silent Running - No Fumes Carry Handle


QUALITY PRODUCTS FOR HIRE AND RESALE Nationwide: 0845 309 0707 • London: 0208 830 8333 • www.hscuk.co.uk • Email: sales@hscuk.co.uk


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