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A DIVISION OF

1200 North Main Street

Fostoria, OH 44830

Phone: 800-495-4525

Fax: 419-435-0842

www.fostoriaindustries.com

OCH-SS series

Direct Wired Units

Indoor * and Outdoor Comfort Heaters

*EXCLUDING RESIDENCES

IMPORTANT SAFETY

INFORMATION INSIDE

Serious injury or death possible

Read, understand, and follow all

safety information and instructions in this manual before using or servicing this product.

Retain these instructions for future reference.

REFER TO COMPLETE

INDEX OF

INFORMATION ON

PAGE 2

If you have questions about the product you have purchased or would like to leave us feedback, please contact us via our website www.fostoriaindustries.com or by calling 1-800-495-4525.

Issue Date: 09-25-07 Rev. Date: 04-24-08 Rev. Level: 03 ECN: n/a OIPM P/N: 3420203

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A DIVISION OF

1200 North Main Street

Fostoria, OH 44830

Phone: 800-495-4525

Fax: 419-435-0842

www.fostoriaindustries.com

OCH-series

Direct Wired Units

Indoor * and Outdoor Comfort Heaters

*EXCLUDING RESIDENCES

IMPORTANT SAFETY

INFORMATION INSIDE

Serious injury or death possible

Read, understand, and follow all

safety information and instructions in this manual before using or servicing this product.

Retain these instructions for

future reference.

REFER TO COMPLETE

INDEX OF

INFORMATION ON

PAGE 2

If you have questions about the product you have purchased or would like to leave us feedback, please contact us via our website www.fostoriaindustries.com or by calling 1-800-495-4525.

Issue Date: 09-18-07 Rev. Date: 04-24-08 Rev. Level: 04 ECN: n/a OIPM P/N: 3420204

Page 1 of 9

Index

Safety Signal Word Definitions

Specifications

Quartz Tube Installation

Heater Installation

Wiring

Warranty

ATTENTION:

The table to the right provides definitions of the signal words that can be found throughout this manual. These signal words are used to express the severity of the hazard at hand. The signal words are generally used in conjunction with safety symbols that correspond to the text for that particular hazard.

As you read this manual, refer back to this table when you are unsure of the signal word definition.

INDEX

Optional OCH-EBK Installation Instructions

Replacement Parts

Maintenance

Troubleshooting

Page 2

Page 2

Page 3

Page 4

Pages 4 & 5

Page 6

Page 7 & 8

Page 8

Page 9

Page 9

Page 9

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SPECIFICATIONS

DESCRIPTION

Fostoria multi-purpose OCH series electric infrared heaters are designed to provide efficient spot heating for many commercial and industrial applications. All models operate with a single quartz tube emitter included with the heater, are easily installed, and are equipped with spectral reflectors for excellent radiant output. They are built with corrosion-resistant materials and are U.L. listed for both INDOOR

(excluding residences) AND OUTDOOR applications in the USA and Canada.

EXPLOSION HAZARD

FIRE HAZARD

Serious injury or death

may occur.

Do not use in locations

containing hazardous atmospheres.

C

Model

OCH–46-120V

OCH–46-208V

OCH–46-240V

OCH–46-277V

OCH-57-208V

OCH-57-240V

OCH-57-277V

OCH-57-480V

B

Suspension

U.L. file number

P/N

04804502 04418102 2000 208 9.6

04804602 04418002 2000 240 8.3

04804702 04419302 2000 277 7.2

04805102 04419502 2250 480 4.7

Do not use inside

residences.

Housing

Finish

24 ga. Galvannealed

Hi Temp. Brown powder coat

Reflectors, end caps 0.040” gold anodized aluminum

Adjustable Mounting Bracket or Chain

E32304

Tube P/N Watts Volts Amps Dim A* Dim B Dim C

04804402 04432302 1500 120 12.5 42.0” 5.375” 6.500”

42.0” 5.375” 6.500”

42.0” 5.375” 6.500”

42.0” 5.375” 6.500”

04804902 04416602 3000 208 14.4 53.0” 5.375” 6.500”

04804802 04414702 3000 240 12.5 53.0” 5.375” 6.500”

04805002 04419402 3000 277 10.8 53.0” 5.375” 6.500”

* The optional Electrical Box

Accessory adds 2.384” to Dim A.

A

53.0” 5.375” 6.500”

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may occur.

QUARTZ TUBE INSTALLATION

ELECTRICAL SHOCK

HAZARD

Serious injury or death

Disconnect from electrical

supply before installing or servicing this heater.

Reflector end caps must be

installed prior to powering the unit; refer to note #3.

Install heater so that the quartz tubes are horizontal. Failure to do this may cause the heating element within the tube to sag and cause premature burnout.

Each heater is equipped with two black hi-temperature silicone lead wires and one green lead wire for ground termination. Make sure

power source conforms to the heater requirements. Use only

Fostoria quartz tubes.

1. Insert quartz tube in the “L”-shaped slots in heater housing.

2. On each end of the quartz tube, place (1) lead wire ring terminal, (1) lock washer and (1) hex nut on the threaded stud and tighten securely (see image below). Lock washers and hex nuts are provided in hardware package.

One lead wire is already installed in your heater, the second lead wire is located in the hardware package.

NOTE – Use a second wrench to hold the inner hex nut in place while tightening the outer hex nut. Failure to securely tighten this

connection will cause the element to fail prematurely.

QUARTZ TUBE

LOCK WASHER

HEX NUT

RING TERMINAL

3. Attach reflector end caps to both ends of housing using the

(4) screws provided in hardware package.

MINIMUM INSTALLATION CLEARANCES

These heaters MUST be installed as follows:

12 inches minimum from a vertical surface

72 inches minimum from ANY combustible

material

HEATER INSTALLATION

3 inches minimum from the ceiling

36 inches minimum from other heaters

Serious injury or death may

FIRE HAZARD occur.

Read and follow clearances

shown in box at left for ALL

OCH series heater installations.

Do not use inside residences.

NOTE: For optimum spot heating performance, it is recommended that the distance from the floor should be approximately 7 to 9 feet for OCH-46 models, and 8 to 10 feet for OCH-57 models.

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HEATER INSTALLATION continued

SUSPENSION ALTERNATIVES

Your OCH series heater can be mounted with either adjustable mounting brackets or chain suspension. Both options are included with your heater.

Standard Mounting:

Adjustable mounting brackets

In the hardware bag shipped with your heater you will find two adjustable mounting brackets and fastening hardware. Using the mounting centers specified in figures 1 & 2, mount your adjustable mounting brackets (bends to the inside). Once mounted, assemble the heater to brackets (figure 3) with mounting hardware, these brackets enable the heater to be angled in 15-degree increments up to 45 degrees.

Chain Suspension:

The heater can also be chain-hung as shown in figure

4. Cut the 16ga. chains (two 4 foot chains are provided) to desired length. Attach chains to heater with “S”-hooks provided and suspend from overhead structure. Crimp “S”-hooks closed after assembly.

Install heater so that the quartz tubes are horizontal. Failure to do this may cause the heating element within the tube to sag and cause premature burnout.

Serious injury or death

Disconnect from electrical

ELECTRICAL SHOCK

HAZARD may occur. supply before installing or servicing this heater.

Read and follow installation clearance requirements on page 4.

Figure 1: end view

OCH46 = 41.0

OCH57 = 52.0

Figure 2: side view

10-32 Nylon

Lock Nut

Figure 3: mounting view

Figure 4: end view

Mounting

Bracket

10-32 x ½”

Screws

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WIRING INSTRUCTIONS

JUNCTION BOX and CONDUIT

Required conduit size: ½”

All conduit, fittings and junction boxes are supplied by the customer.

Do not make wiring connections inside of heater housing. All connections must be made in a customer supplied junction box.

See page 7 for optional electrical box kits available from Fostoria Industries.

TOTALLY EXPOSED OUTDOOR APPLICATIONS

For totally exposed outdoor applications (not ceiling protected) all conduit, fittings and junction boxes must be NEMA Type 4 or equal.

INTERNAL WIRING DIAGRAM

ELECTRICAL SHOCK

HAZARD

Serious injury or death

may occur.

Disconnect from electrical

supply before installing or servicing this heater.

This appliance must be

connected to a properly bonded (grounded) electrical source.

Read and follow all safety

information in box below.

OCH heaters are equipped with two (2) hi-temperature silicone lead wires and one (1) bonding* (ground) lead wire.

Supply wires must be copper and rated for at least 90º C.

1. Terminate field bonding wire to the bonding

(ground) wire of the heater with wire nuts

(customer supplied)

2. Terminate L1 and L2 field wires to the power wires of the heater with wire nuts (customer supplied)

Hi-temp. lead wire from

Junction Box hardware package

(customer supplied)

Quartz Lamp

Power

Supply

Hi-temp. wires

Do not make wiring connections

inside of heater housing.

Use proper conduit fittings to prevent

wires from touching the housing’s metal edges.

Make certain the power source

conforms to specifications on the heater label.

Do not depend on a thermostat or

other switch as the sole means of disconnecting power when installing or servicing heater. Always open the safety switch and lock it open.

All wiring must be performed by a

licensed electrician.

Never connect the green or green-

yellow wire to a live or “hot”

conductor.

*Bonding is the term that describes the completion of the electrical circuit back to its source, which allows a breaker or fuse to clear if a short occurs in the line.

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Model No.

OCH-EBK-120

OCH-EBK-208

OCH-EBK-240

OCH-EBK-480

STEP #1

WIRING INSTRUCTIONS continued

OPTIONAL ELECTRICAL BOX ASSEMBLY

Part No.

08715502

08715602

08715702

08715802

Voltage

120V

208V

240V

277 & 480V

OCH-EBK kits consist of:

(1) Electrical box assembly

-120V & 240V: Supplied with a cordset

-208V: Supplied with a cord (no plug)

-277V & 480V: Direct wire only

Plug Configuration

NEMA 5-15P

N/A

NEMA 6-20P

N/A

STEP #2 Attach the electrical box assembly to the end of the heater housing using the chase nipple and screw provided.

From the inside of the housing; insert the chase nipple into hole and thread it into the back of the electrical box assembly. Tighten securely.

Position the electrical box assembly on the end of the heater housing as shown.

Heater Housing has been removed for clarity of instructions

Loosen and remove the nut and bolt securing the green lead to the housing end cap and discard the wire and all hardware.

(2) Wire Nuts

(1) Electrical box cover

(1) #8-32 Screw

(1) Chase Nipple

From the inside of the housing; insert the #8 screw thru the slot in the housing into (1) of the 4 corner holes in the electrical box.

Tighten securely.

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STEP #3 Wiring

1. Factory installed black lead: a. Route the lead wire thru the chase nipple into the electrical box assembly. b. Trim lead wire to approx 6 inches in length and strip end approx 1/2 inch. c. 120V, 208V and 240V units: Using one of the supplied wire nuts, attach this lead wire to the black lead wire of the cordset. d. 277V and 480V units: Using one of the supplied wire nuts, attach this lead to L1 of your power supply.

2. Lead wire supplied in the hardware package: a. Trim the lead wire to approx 6 inches in length; DO NOT cut off the ring terminal. b. Strip end opposite of the ring terminal approx. 1/2 inch. c. 120V, 208V and 240V units: Using the remaining wire nut, attach this lead wire to the white lead wire of the cord or cordset. d. 277V and 480V units: Using the remaining wire nut, attach this lead to L2 of your power supply.

3. 480V units only: Attach a bonding* (ground) lead to the green screw located in the electrical box assembly.

STEP #4 Attach the cover supplied with kit to the electrical box assembly.

STEP #5 Follow the installation instruction starting on page 4 of this manual.

ITEM QTY VOLTAGE

2

4

2

4

3 1

2

4

4

N/A

120

208

240

277

480

N/A

5 1 N/A

WIRING INSTRUCTIONS continued

REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST

OCH-46

PART NO.

04432302

04418102

04418002

04419302

N/A

8561201

2326500

8561000

2402739

3447239

OCH-57

PART NO.

N/A

04416602

04414702

04419402

04419502

3440300

REFLECTOR END CAP

SCREW 8-32 X 3/8

QUARTZ TUBE

ADJUSTABLE MOUNTING BRACKETS

SCREW 10-32 X ½

NUT STOP 10-32

CHAIN KIT

DESCRIPTION

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MAINTENANCE

1. Always disconnect heater from power

supply before performing any maintenance

or service.

2. Periodically clean the reflector with a dampened soft cloth using mild detergent.

Rinse with water and wipe dry with a clean soft cloth.

Element does not energize.

Not enough heat.

Too much heat.

Hot spot in tube.

TROUBLESHOOTING

1. Heater too small for application.

2. Heater mounted too high or too far.

1. Heater too large for application.

2. Heater mounted too low or too close.

1. Heater is not level.

2. Grease or moisture on tube.

ELECTRICAL SHOCK

HAZARD

Serious injury or death

may occur.

Disconnect from electrical

supply before installing or servicing this heater.

2. Check connection to power outlet.

1. Add additional heater(s)

2. Decrease mounting height or distance.

1. Replace with smaller heater.

2. Increase mounting height or distance.

1. Adjust to a level mount.

2. Clean tube-replace if problem persists.

LIMITED WARRANTY

FOSTORIA INDUSTRIES, INC. – 1200 North Main Street - Fostoria, Ohio 44830 - (419) 435-9201

The warranty herein set forth is in lieu of all other warranties expressed or implied.

Fostoria Industries, Inc. of Fostoria, Ohio 44830, warrants its products to the owner against defects in material and workmanship for a twelve (12) month period under normal use and service following date of manufacture or installation when proof of such is provided to seller.

This Warranty requires that the owner, or his agent, install the equipment in accordance with the National Electrical Code, any other applicable heating or electrical codes and the manufacturer’s installation instructions. It further requires that he perform reasonable and necessary maintenance on the unit. The company is not liable for abuse or misuse of product as may be finally determined by the company.

The obligation of Fostoria Industries, Inc. under the terms of this warranty, shall be to supply a new part, repair of defective part, or a refund, at the company’s option with no cost to owner for the new or repaired part. Such parts are to be returned to the factory, or such other location as the company may designate. This warranty does not obligate

Fostoria Industries, Inc. to bear the cost of labor in replacing any assembly, unit or component part thereof, nor does the company assume any liability for secondary charges, expenses for installing or removal, or any other consequential losses. The company’s maximum liability shall not in any case exceed the list price for the product claimed to be defective.

The warranty shall not apply to any product or parts of products which have been repaired or altered outside of Seller’s factory in any manner. Warranty is void on products that have been determined to have been subjected to misuse, negligence or accident or which have been used in a manner contrary to Seller’s instructions.

Issue Date: 09-18-07 Rev. Date: 04-24-08 Rev. Level: 04 ECN: n/a OIPM P/N: 3420204

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Index

Safety Signal Word Definitions

Specifications

Quartz Tube Installation

Heater Installation

Wiring

Replacement Parts

Maintenance

Troubleshooting

Warranty

ATTENTION:

The table to the right provides definitions of the signal words that can be found throughout this manual. These signal words are used to express the severity of the hazard at hand. The signal words are generally used in conjunction with safety symbols that correspond to the text for that particular hazard.

As you read this manual, refer back to this table when you are unsure of the signal word definition.

INDEX

Page 2

Page 2

Page 3

Page 4

Pages 4 & 5

Page 6

Page 7

Page 8

Page 8

Page 8

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SPECIFICATIONS

DESCRIPTION

Fostoria multi-purpose OCH-SS series electric infrared heaters are designed to provide efficient spot heating for many commercial and industrial applications. All models operate with a single quartz tube emitter included with the heater, are easily installed, and are equipped with spectral reflectors for excellent radiant output. They are built with corrosion-resistant materials and are U.L. listed for both INDOOR (excluding residences) AND

OUTDOOR applications in the USA and Canada.

EXPLOSION HAZARD

FIRE HAZARD

Serious injury or death

may occur.

Do not use in locations

containing hazardous atmospheres.

OCH-57-480V-SS 04805902 04419502 2250 480 4.7

Do not use inside residences.

OCH–46-120V-SS 04805202 04432302 1500 120 12.5 42.0” 5.375” 6.500”

OCH–46-208V-SS 04805302 04418102 2000 208 9.6

OCH–46-240V-SS 04805402 04418002 2000 240 8.3

OCH–46-277V-SS 04805502 04419302 2000 277 7.2

OCH-57-208V-SS 04805702 04416602 3000 208 14.4 53.0” 5.375” 6.500”

OCH-57-240V-SS 04805602 04414702 3000 240 12.5 53.0” 5.375” 6.500”

OCH-57-277V-SS 04805802 04419402 3000 277 10.8 53.0” 5.375” 6.500”

C

Model

B

Housing

Finish

Reflectors, end caps 0.040” gold anodized aluminum

Suspension

U.L. file number

P/N

24 ga. Type 304 Grain line Stainless Steel

No. 3

Adjustable Mounting Bracket or Chain

E32304

Tube P/N Watts Volts Amps Dim A* Dim B Dim C

A

42.0” 5.375” 6.500”

42.0” 5.375” 6.500”

42.0” 5.375” 6.500”

53.0” 5.375” 6.500”

* Electrical Box adds

2.384” to Dim A.

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may occur.

QUARTZ TUBE INSTALLATION

ELECTRICAL SHOCK

HAZARD

Serious injury or death

Disconnect from electrical

supply before installing or servicing this heater.

Reflector end caps must be installed prior to powering the unit; refer to note #3.

Install heater so that the quartz tubes are horizontal. Failure to do this may cause the heating element within the tube to sag and cause premature burnout.

Each heater is equipped with two black hi-temperature silicone lead wires and one green lead wire for ground termination. Make sure

power source conforms to the heater requirements. Use only

Fostoria quartz tubes.

1.

2.

Insert quartz tube in the “L”-shaped slots in heater housing.

On each end of the quartz tube, place (1) lead wire ring terminal, (1) lock washer and (1) hex nut on the threaded stud and tighten securely (see image below). Lock washers and hex nuts are provided in hardware package.

One lead wire is already installed in your heater, the second lead wire is located in the hardware package.

NOTE – Use a second wrench to hold the inner hex nut in place while tightening the outer hex nut. Failure to securely tighten this

connection will cause the element to fail prematurely.

QUARTZ TUBE

LOCK WASHER

HEX NUT

RING TERMINAL

3. Attach reflector end caps to both ends of housing using the (4) screws provided in hardware package.

MINIMUM INSTALLATION CLEARANCES

These heaters MUST be installed as follows:

12 inches minimum from a vertical surface

72 inches minimum from ANY combustible

material

HEATER INSTALLATION

3 inches minimum from the ceiling

36 inches minimum from other heaters

Serious injury or death may

FIRE HAZARD occur.

Read and follow clearances

shown in box at left for ALL

OCH series heater installations.

Do not use inside residences.

NOTE: For optimum spot heating performance, it is recommended that the distance from the floor should be approximately 7 to 9 feet for OCH-46 models, and 8 to 10 feet for OCH-57 models.

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HEATER INSTALLATION continued

SUSPENSION ALTERNATIVES

Your OCH-SS series heater can be mounted with either adjustable mounting brackets or chain suspension. Both options are included with your heater.

Standard Mounting:

Adjustable mounting brackets

In the hardware bag shipped with your heater you will find two adjustable mounting brackets and fastening hardware. Using the mounting centers specified in figures 1 & 2, mount your adjustable mounting brackets (bends to the inside). Once mounted, assemble the heater to brackets (figure 3) with mounting hardware, these brackets enable the heater to be angled in 15-degree increments up to 45 degrees.

Chain Suspension:

The heater can also be chain-hung as shown in figure

4. Cut the 16ga. chains (two 4 foot chains are provided) to desired length. Attach chains to heater with “S”-hooks provided and suspend from overhead structure. Crimp “S”-hooks closed after assembly.

Install heater so that the quartz tubes are horizontal. Failure to do this may cause the heating element within the tube to sag and cause premature burnout.

Serious injury or death

Disconnect from electrical

ELECTRICAL SHOCK

HAZARD may occur. supply before installing or servicing this heater.

Read and follow installation clearance requirements on page 4.

Figure 1: end view

OCH46 = 41.0

OCH57 = 52.0

Figure 2: side view

10-32 Nylon

Lock Nut

Figure 3: mounting view

Figure 4: end view

Mounting

Bracket

10-32 x ½”

Screws

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WIRING

CONDUIT

Required conduit size: ½”

All conduit fittings and conduit are supplied by the customer.

TOTALLY EXPOSED OUTDOOR APPLICATIONS

For totally exposed outdoor applications (not ceiling protected) all conduit and fittings must be NEMA

Type 4 or equal.

The junction box cover gasket (supplied with unit)

must be used to maintain the outdoor rating of the

heater.

INTERNAL WIRING DIAGRAM

OCH-SS heaters are equipped with two hi-temperature silicone lead wires and a bonding* (ground) termination.

Supply wires must be copper and rated for at least 90º C.

1. Fasten field bonding wire to the ground screw and assure tight connection.

2. Terminate L1 and L2 field wires to the power wires of the heater with wire nuts (customer supplied)

Junction Box

(located on end of heater)

Power

Supply

Hi-temp. lead wire from hardware package

Quartz Lamp

Hi-temp. wires

ELECTRICAL SHOCK

Serious injury or death

may occur.

Disconnect from electrical

This appliance must be

Make certain the power source

conforms to specifications on the

Do not depend on a thermostat or

other switch as the sole means of

All wiring must be performed by a

licensed electrician.

Never connect the green or green-

yellow wire to a live or “hot”

*Bonding is the term that describes the completion of the electrical circuit back to its source, which the line.

or servicing heater. Always open the safety switch and lock it open.

conductor.

supply before installing or servicing this heater. connected to a properly bonded (grounded) electrical source.

Read and follow all safety information in box below.

heater label.

HAZARD disconnecting power when installing

allows a breaker or fuse to clear if a short occurs in

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REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST

ITEM QTY VOLTAGE

OCH-46

PART NO.

OCH-57

PART NO.

1 1 N/A 8561801 8560401 REFLECTOR

DESCRIPTION

2

2

4

N/A

8561201

2326500

REFLECTOR END CAP

SCREW 8-32 X 3/8

3 1

120

208

240

277

480

04432302

04418102

04418002

04419302

N/A

N/A

04416602

04414702

04419402

04419502

QUARTZ TUBE

4

2

4

4

N/A

5 1 N/A

6 1 N/A

8561039

2402739

3447239

3440300

3102600

ADJUSTABLE MOUNTING BRACKETS

SCREW 10-32 X ½

NUT STOP 10-32

CHAIN KIT

JUNCTION BOX COVER

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MAINTENANCE

1. Always disconnect heater from power

supply before performing any maintenance

or service.

2. Periodically clean the reflector with a dampened soft cloth using mild detergent.

Rinse with water and wipe dry with a clean soft cloth.

Element does not energize.

Not enough heat.

Too much heat.

Hot spot in tube.

TROUBLESHOOTING

1. Heater too small for application.

2. Heater mounted too high or too far.

1. Heater too large for application.

2. Heater mounted too low or too close.

1. Heater is not level.

2. Grease or moisture on tube.

ELECTRICAL SHOCK

HAZARD

Serious injury or death

may occur.

Disconnect from electrical supply before installing or servicing this heater.

2. Check connection to power outlet.

1. Add additional heater(s)

2. Decrease mounting height or distance.

1. Replace with smaller heater.

2. Increase mounting height or distance.

1. Adjust to a level mount.

2. Clean tube-replace if problem persists.

LIMITED WARRANTY

FOSTORIA INDUSTRIES, INC. – 1200 North Main Street - Fostoria, Ohio 44830 - (419) 435-9201

The warranty herein set forth is in lieu of all other warranties expressed or implied.

Fostoria Industries, Inc. of Fostoria, Ohio 44830, warrants its products to the owner against defects in material and workmanship for a twelve (12) month period under normal use and service following date of manufacture or installation when proof of such is provided to seller.

This Warranty requires that the owner, or his agent, install the equipment in accordance with the National Electrical Code, any other applicable heating or electrical codes and the manufacturer’s installation instructions. It further requires that he perform reasonable and necessary maintenance on the unit. The company is not liable for abuse or misuse of product as may be finally determined by the company.

The obligation of Fostoria Industries, Inc. under the terms of this warranty, shall be to supply a new part, repair of defective part, or a refund, at the company’s option with no cost to owner for the new or repaired part. Such parts are to be returned to the factory, or such other location as the company may designate. This warranty does not obligate

Fostoria Industries, Inc. to bear the cost of labor in replacing any assembly, unit or component part thereof, nor does the company assume any liability for secondary charges, expenses for installing or removal, or any other consequential losses. The company’s maximum liability shall not in any case exceed the list price for the product claimed to be defective.

The warranty shall not apply to any product or parts of products which have been repaired or altered outside of Seller’s factory in any manner. Warranty is void on products that have been determined to have been subjected to misuse, negligence or accident or which have been used in a manner contrary to Seller’s instructions.

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A DIVISION OF

CH Series

*EXCLUDING RESIDENCES

**COVERED APPLICATIONS

www.fostoriaindustries.com

COMFORT HEATERS

INDOOR* and Semi-Protected** OUTDOOR USE

IMPORTANT SAFETY

INFORMATION INSIDE

1200 North Main Street

Fostoria, OH 44830

Phone: 800-495-4525

Fax: 419-435-0842

Retain these instructions for

future reference.

for

Serious injury or death possible

Read, understand, and follow all

safety information and instructions in this manual before using or servicing this product.

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REFER TO COMPLETE

INDEX OF

INFORMATION ON

If you have questions about the product you have purchased or would like to leave us feedback, please contact us via our website www.fostoriaindustries.com or by calling 1-800-495-4525.

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Index

Safety Signal Word Definitions

Specifications

Quartz Tube Installation

Heater Installation

Wiring

Replacement Parts

Maintenance

Troubleshooting

Warranty

ATTENTION:

The table to the right provides definitions of the signal words that can be found throughout this manual. These signal words are used to express the severity of the hazard at hand. The signal words are generally used in conjunction with safety symbols that correspond to the text for that particular hazard.

As you read this manual, refer back to this table when you are unsure of the signal word definition.

INDEX

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Page 3

Page 4

Pages 4 & 5

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SPECIFICATIONS

DESCRIPTION

Fostoria multi-purpose CH series electric infrared heaters are designed to provide efficient spot heating for many commercial and industrial applications. All models operate with a single quartz tube emitter included with the heater, are easily installed, and are equipped with spectral reflectors for excellent radiant

EXPLOSION HAZARD

FIRE HAZARD

Serious injury or death

may occur.

output. They are built with corrosion-resistant

Do not use in locations containing hazardous

materials and are U.L. listed for INDOOR and

Semi-Protected OUTDOOR applications in the

USA and Canada. When used outdoors, they should be installed under a canopy or other similar type

atmospheres.

Do not use as a residential

installation that is semi-protected.

Housing

Finish

Reflectors, end caps

Suspension

U.L. file number

Model

24 ga. Galvannealed

Hi temp. brown powder coat

0.040” gold anodized aluminum

Chain or Optional Adjustment

Mounting Bracket(CH-MB)

E32304

P/N Tube P/N

SPECIFICATIONS

Watts

120V

240V

Volts Amps or household heater.

NEMA 5-15P

NEMA 6-15P

Cordset Dim A

Receptacle

NEMA 5-15R

NEMA 6-15R

Dim B Dim C

CH–46C

CH-57C

C

04860002 04432302 1500 120 12.5

04860102 04414702 3000 240 12.5

OPTIONAL MOUNTING

BRACKET SHOWN

B

A

YES

YES

42.0” 5.375” 6.500”

53.0” 5.375” 6.500”

6FT. CORDSET EXITS

END OF HEATER.

(NOT SHOWN)

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Serious injury or death

ELECTRICAL SHOCK

HAZARD may occur.

QUARTZ TUBE INSTALLATION

Disconnect from electrical supply before installing or servicing this heater.

Reflector end caps must be installed prior to powering the unit; refer to note #3.

Install heater so that the quartz tubes are horizontal. Failure to do this may cause the heating element within the tube to sag and cause premature burnout.

Each heater is equipped with two hi-temperature silicone lead wires and a ground termination. Make sure power source

conforms to the heater requirements. Use only Fostoria quartz tubes.

1. Insert quartz tube in the “L”-shaped slots in heater housing.

2. On each end of the quartz tube, place (1) lead wire ring terminal, (1) lock washer and (1) hex nut on the threaded stud and tighten securely (see image below). Lock washers and hex nuts are provided in hardware package.

NOTE – Use a second wrench to hold the inner hex nut in place while tightening the outer hex nut.

Failure to securely tighten this connection will cause the element to fail prematurely.

QUARTZ TUBE

LOCK WASHER

HEX NUT

RING TERMINAL

3. Attach reflector end caps to both ends of housing using the

(4) screws provided in hardware package.

HEATER INSTALLATION

MINIMUM INSTALLATION CLEARANCES

These heaters MUST be installed as follows:

CH-46C: o

12 inches min. from a vertical surface.

CH-57C: o

24 inches min. from a vertical surface.

72 inches minimum from ANY combustible

material

3 inches minimum from the ceiling

36 inches minimum from other heaters

Serious injury or death may

Read and follow clearances

FIRE HAZARD occur. shown in box at left for ALL

CH series heater installations.

Do not use inside residences.

NOTE: For optimum spot heating performance, it is recommended that the distance from the floor should be approximately 7 to 9 feet for CH-46 models, and 8 to 10 feet for CH-57 models.

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HEATER INSTALLATION continued

SUSPENSION ALTERNATIVES

Your CH series heater can be mounted with either the standard chain suspension or optional CH-MB(p/n-

04863802), adjustable mounting bracket kit.

Standard Mounting:

The heater is to be chain-hung as shown in figure 1. Cut

STANDARD MOUNTING the 16ga. chains (two 4 foot chains are provided) to desired length. Attach chains to heater with “S”-hooks provided and suspend from overhead structure. Crimp “S”-hooks closed after assembly.

Optional Bracket Mounting Kit; CH-MB(p/n-04863802):

As an option you can mount your heater with two

Figure 1: end view

OPTIONAL BRACKET MOUNTING

Optional mounting brackets adjustable mounting brackets and fastening hardware.

Using the mounting centers specified in figures 2 & 3, mount your adjustable mounting brackets (bends to the inside). Once mounted, assemble the heater to brackets with mounting hardware, these brackets enable the heater to be angled in 15-degree increments up to 45 degrees. This kit includes two adjustable brackets, four

10-32 x ½” screws and four 10-32 keps nuts.

Install heater so that the quartz tubes are horizontal. Failure to do this may cause the heating element within the tube to sag and cause premature burnout.

ELECTRICAL SHOCK

HAZARD

Serious injury or death

may occur.

Disconnect from electrical

supply before installing or servicing this heater.

Read and follow

installation clearance requirements on page 4

Figure 2: end view

CH-46C = 41.0

CH-57C = 52.0

Figure 3: side view

10-32 Nylon

Keps Nut

Figure 4: optional mounting view

Mounti ng

Bracket

10-32 x ½’

Screws

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INTERNAL WIRING DIAGRAM

WIRING

CH heaters are equipped with two Hi-temperature silicone lead wires and a bonding* (ground) termination.

Cordset

Heater Housing

Quartz Lamp

Hi-temp. wires

*Bonding is the term that describes the completion of the electrical circuit back to its source, which allows a breaker or fuse to clear if a short occurs in the line.

ELECTRICAL SHOCK

HAZARD

Serious injury or death

may occur.

Disconnect from electrical

supply before installing or servicing this heater.

Read and follow all safety

information in box below.

Make certain the power source

conforms to specifications on the heater label.

Do not depend on a thermostat or

other switch as the sole means of disconnecting power when installing or servicing heater. Always unplug the cordset or open the safety switch and lock it open.

All wiring must be performed by a

licensed electrician.

The cordsets supplied with these

heaters are equipped with provisions for proper bonding (grounding).

Always mate the cordset plug with the proper bonded (grounded) receptacle in accordance with the National

Electric Code and all governing local codes and ordinances.

Do not use an extension cord to

provide power to these heaters.

Never connect the green or green-

yellow wire to a live or “hot”

conductor.

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REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST

ITEM QTY

CH-46C

PART NO.

CH-57C

PART NO.

1 1 8561801 8560401 REFLECTOR

DESCRIPTION

2

2

4

8561201

2326500

REFLECTOR END CAP

SCREW 8-32 X 3/8

3 1 04432302 04414702 QUARTZ TUBE

4 1 3440300 CHAIN KIT

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MAINTENANCE

1. Always disconnect heater from power

supply before performing any maintenance

or service.

2. Periodically clean the reflector with a dampened soft cloth using mild detergent.

Rinse with water and wipe dry with a clean soft cloth.

Element does not energize.

Not enough heat.

Too much heat.

Hot spot in tube.

TROUBLESHOOTING

1. Heater too small for application.

2. Heater mounted too high or too far.

1. Heater too large for application.

2. Heater mounted too low or too close.

1. Heater is not level.

2. Grease or moisture on tube.

ELECTRICAL SHOCK

HAZARD

Serious injury or death

may occur.

Disconnect from electrical

supply before installing or servicing this heater.

2. Check connection to power outlet.

1. Add additional heater(s)

2. Decrease mounting height or distance.

1. Replace with smaller heater.

2. Increase mounting height or distance.

1. Adjust to a level mount.

2. Clean tube-replace if problem persists.

LIMITED WARRANTY

FOSTORIA INDUSTRIES, INC. – 1200 North Main Street - Fostoria, Ohio 44830 - (419) 435-9201

The warranty herein set forth is in lieu of all other warranties expressed or implied.

Fostoria Industries, Inc. of Fostoria, Ohio 44830, warrants its products to the owner against defects in material and workmanship for a twelve (12) month period under normal use and service following date of manufacture or installation when proof of such is provided to seller.

This Warranty requires that the owner, or his agent, install the equipment in accordance with the National Electrical Code, any other applicable heating or electrical codes and the manufacturer’s installation instructions. It further requires that he perform reasonable and necessary maintenance on the unit. The company is not liable for abuse or misuse of product as may be finally determined by the company.

The obligation of Fostoria Industries, Inc. under the terms of this warranty, shall be to supply a new part, repair of defective part, or a refund, at the company’s option with no cost to owner for the new or repaired part. Such parts are to be returned to the factory, or such other location as the company may designate. This warranty does not obligate

Fostoria Industries, Inc. to bear the cost of labor in replacing any assembly, unit or component part thereof, nor does the company assume any liability for secondary charges, expenses for installing or removal, or any other consequential losses. The company’s maximum liability shall not in any case exceed the list price for the product claimed to be defective.

The warranty shall not apply to any product or parts of products which have been repaired or altered outside of Seller’s factory in any manner. Warranty is void on products that have been determined to have been subjected to misuse, negligence or accident or which have been used in a manner contrary to Seller’s instructions.

Issue Date: 08-27-07 Rev. Date: 04-24-08 Rev. Level: 07 ECN: n/a OIPM P/N: 3420486

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