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LPH20
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LPH 20KW

EHP is proud to manufacture our all in one LPH20 units.

These units are a one-of-a-kind combination of a light tower, portable generator, and heater which can deliver high volume heated air at 225,000 BTU’s. For added heat efficiency re-circulation is as easy as connecting another duct to the unit.

 

The LPH20 can heat a space with dry, hot, breathable air while illuminating the work site and powering other electrical equipment to get your work done.

 

Our variable heat output can be adjusted to your preference increasing fuel savings when full power is not required. The automatic power limiting feature makes overloading the generator impossible. The LPH20 will deliver power where needed. The light tower is customizable from 2 lights up to 16 lights for complete illumination of your workplace.

 

The fuel savings from a LPH20 unit can save up to $11,000/month (at $1.00 per liter) and the C02 footprint is reduced by 34 tons/month (Compared to running a generator, light tower, and indirect flame heater).

Specifications:
  • Output: 225,000 BTU

  • Volume: 1150 CFM

  • Pressure: 8 Inches of WC

  • Delta T Temperature: 0° F @inlet to 200° F @Outlet

  • Fuel: 1.3 Gallons of Fuel/Hr (Full Load)

  • Electrical Area Classification: General Purpose

  • Automatic Power Limiting of Heating System

  • Redundant Emergency & Temperature Shutdown

  • 75 Hours of Operation/Tank (Full Load)

  • Double Walled Fuel Containment

  • 5 Point Stabilization System

  • Forklift Pockets and Lifting Points for Ease of Transport

  • Low Maintenance

  • 100% Flameless Breathable Hot Dry Air

Features:
  • 350 Gallon Fuel Capacity (240 Hours of Operation/Tank Under Full Load) - Triple Axel Trailer Only

  • Circulating Heater for Engine

  • Light Tower Pin on/off @ 31 Feet Tall

  • 4, 8, or 16 Lights @ 24500 Lumens/light

  • Video Surveillance

  • GPS Tracking

  • Remote Trouble Shooting/Monitoring

  • Voltage: 220V or 480V

Options:

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