Infratech redesigned C-Series are an excellent choice for most basic installations that require cost-effective controls.
Infratech Single element heaters are energy efficient, with wide, polished reflectors that provide comfortable and uniform heat coverage. For residential and commercial use, this C4024SS model is made of commercial-grade stainless steel.
C-Series heaters are available in a variety of wattages and voltages ranging from 1,500 to 4,000 watts and 120 to 480 volts.
These stainless steel heaters feature sleek profiles, recessed mounting options, short standoffs, and low clearance heights.
Infrared Technology with Quartz Element
Infratech quartz elements provide pleasant medium wave heat. Competing heaters utilize shortwave halogen elements which produce more intense heat and emit a bright, harsh-colored light.
By contrast, Infratech medium wave elements effectively heat your space, while providing a soft, warm glow that is practically unnoticeable.
Infrared heaters require no oxygen from the room, and they often reduce the need for humidifiers during the winter, as they do not dry out the air.
Meanwhile, various other heaters circulate warm air through a fan, which heats the air, but reduces the oxygen and the amount of humidity in the room.
Available in 208 volts, 277 volts, and 480 volts
61 1/4" Length
6" Stainless Steel Mounting Kit Included
UL Listed for Outdoor or Indoor use
Quartz Element with approximately 5,000 hours of use
Mounting Height: 8' to 11'
0 to 60° Mounting Angle
Approximate 10' x 10' Heat Coverage
Minimal Maintenance Costs
Custom Powder Coating Available in White, Almond, Beige, Bronze, Gray, Copper, or Black for an additional cost
Flush Mount Kit Available: #18-2305
3 Year Warranty
Made in the USA
Outdoor Heaters Built to Last
Infratech elements are rated for near 5,000 hours of continuous use. In many cases, you will find yourself enjoying your heater for years before a replacement would be necessary.
Always refer to the C-Series manual for specific instructions, and be sure to disconnect the power to your heater before attempting to change an element.