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Infrared diesel heater 40 kW CIMEX D45iR

 Infrared diesel heater 40 kW CIMEX D45iR
Infrared diesel heater 40 kW CIMEX D45iR
1,070.84€
With VAT: 1,285.01€
  • Availability: In Stock
  • Model D45iR

Infrared diesel heater 40 kW CIMEX D45iR

Industrial infrared diesel heater 40 kW designed for fast directional outdoor heating, workshops, workshops, temperature maintenance during construction and repair, drying of paints and putties. Like its smaller counterpart D20iR, this industrial infrared heater is widely used in various fields of construction, industry, agriculture, animal husbandry.

With a power of 40 kW / 125,000 BTU, this infrared heater is suitable for heating rooms up to 290 m2.

One of the significant differences between diesel heaters with direct combustion and infrared heaters is that they have no air flow and the noise level is significantly lower.

What are the reasons to choose an infrared diesel heater?

The main reason is the high efficiency of heating with low fuel consumption. These heaters have up to 60% lower fuel consumption compared to traditional diesel heaters.

This type of heaters are not affected by wind and can also be used for outdoor heating.
Another main advantage is that, unlike traditional diesel heaters operating on the principle of heating the air, the heat from the infrared heater does not "escape" in the upper part of the room, but a much better heat distribution is obtained. How is this achieved? In essence, the infrared diesel heater is a type of radiant heater in which heating is carried out by means of infrared rays.
Discovered in 1800 by William Herschel, infrared rays are characterized by their ability to transfer heat (on this principle, the sun warms the earth). Infrared radiant heating is practically the most common type of heat transfer in nature. Characteristic of radiant heating is that with this type of heaters the objects reached by the rays are heated. This leads to a greater depth of heat penetration into objects compared to traditional diesel heaters.

In construction, infrared heaters are used for drying plasters, plasters, painted surfaces, maintaining the operating temperature in rooms.

In garages, this type of heaters can be used for drying painted parts, space heating, local heating in the workplace.

In the repair activities outdoors are used for heating the work area, defrosting equipment, pipelines.

In warehouses and production facilities they are used for heating and maintaining the temperature.

 

When the set temperature is reached, the heater stops burning, cools the combustion chamber and switches off automatically, switching to standby mode. When the temperature drops by 2 degrees below the set temperature, the heater switches on automatically and works until the set temperature is reached.

  • High power - 40 kW / 125,000 BTU
  • Odorless heating
  • No air flow
  • Fuel pump Danfoss (Denmark)
  • Danfoss fuel nozzle (Denmark)
  • Built-in internal thermostat
  • Temperature regulator with electronic control
  • Display for set and actual temperature
  • Multi-stage fuel filtration system
  • Possibility for outdoor use
  • Versatility of application
  • Electronic flame control
  • Thermal protection
  • Stainless steel combustion chamber
  • Low weight
  • Compact size

Specifications:

  • Heating power: 40 kW
  • Heating volume: 750 m3
  • Heated area: up to 290 m2
  • Fuel: Diesel / bio diesel / kerosene
  • Fuel Pump: Danfoss (Denmark)
  • Combustion: direct combustion
  • Fuel consumption: 3.2 kg / hour
  • Tank capacity: 35 l.
  • Supply voltage: 230V / 50 Hz
  • El. power: 800 W
  • Thermostat: Yes - built-in
  • Dimensions (L / W / H): 710/690/940 mm.
  • Weight: 29 kg.

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