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Temperature Control Thermostat
Triple Safety System: Tipe Over Switch
Automatic Reset Type Limit Control
Thermal Cut-Off Device
Imported from USA
The TPI Corporation 188TASA fan forced portable heater can operate at 1500W or 1300W, and has a steel milk-house style
fan and enclosure suitable for small indoor spaces. The enclosure has a handle for portability and a wire screen for
safety. The unit includes a thermostat for adjustable temperature control and can operate with the fan alone to provide
air circulation without heat. It has an automatic reset type limit control and a thermal cutoff device for overheat
protection, and a tip-over switch to disable the heater for safety. It includes a 6’ long, three-conductor power cord
and is wired for 120V for compatibility with most standard circuits. The unit weighs 9 lb. and is compliant to standards
for use in the United States and Canada by United Laboratories (UL).
Electric heaters generate warmth through a central heating element that is housed in a reflective enclosure that
concentrates the energy produced. An element made of a combination of metals produces heat or infrared energy by the
electrical resistance created when an electric current passes through it. Fan-forced heaters pass air over the heating
element to expel heat from the enclosure for greater throw and circulation. Radiant heaters do not use a fan, but warm
nearby objects through energy transfer. A heater’s voltage and wiring should be matched to the electrical circuit where
it is to be used. Heaters are used in a range of commercial applications that include shop floors, construction sites,
and industrial buildings. All local electrical codes should be followed when installing permanent mounted electric
TPI Corporation manufactures industrial and commercial electrical heaters, process heat ovens, ventilation products and
fans, lighting equipment, and thermostatic controls. The company, founded in 1950, is headquartered in Johnson City, TN.