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Heater Control Panel Brasch Remote Control Panel

 Brasch Remote Control Panels
 
 Typical Installations
bullet For Large Heaters with Numerous Controls
bullet For Controlling Multiple Heaters
bullet Limited Space for Heater Installation
bullet For Heaters Confined in Air Handling Units
bullet Equipment Rooms

Brasch Remote Control Panels are primarily used for controlling Brasch electric heating equipment where it is impractical or undesirable to have controls built into the heater terminal box.  Heater and Control Panel designs are coordinated from conception.  A detailed wiring diagram shows both internal and interconnecting wiring.  Internal components are completely pre-wired to clearly marked field wiring terminals.  Optional NEMA construction styles are available to suit most applications.

Key Features Literature
bullet Back-Vent, Enclosed, NEMA-1, NEMA-3R, NEMA-4 or NEMA-12
bullet UL Listed for use with Brasch Electric Heaters
bullet Grey Enamel Exterior Finish
bullet Lifting Eyes and Floor Stands as necessary

 

bullet A-102-1 Brasch Electric Heating Brochure (615 Kb)
bullet Brasch Remote Control Panel Sample Specification (10 Kb)
bullet I-700 Submittal Form (6 Kb)
bullet I-133 Control Panel Submittal Data (373 Kb)
bullet I-76 Installation, Operation and Maintenance Instructions (514 Kb)

 

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