REMKO PWB SERIES Hot water heating systems

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PWB 50 1687000

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REMKO PWB SERIES Hot water heaters

The sensible addition to stationary and mobile hot water heating systems

The portable hot water heater PWB 50 with heating register and an output of 50 kW is operated in combination with a hot water heating system. Ideal for the heating of construction sites, halls, or tents. These structures are provided with heat in a cost-saving, flexible manner. The equipment works in recirculation-air operation. A further advantage is the power supply with 230 V.

  • Maintenance-free, noise-optimised 230V sickle-shaped axial fan and protective grid
  • Dust filter plug-in module
  • Individually adjustable air discharge fins
  • Heat exchanger made of round copper tubes and pressed-on aluminium fins
  • Collecting and heating medium connection made of steel
  • Adjustable room thermostat 0-40°C with 3 m connecting cable and Schuko plug mounted to the device
  • Robust chassis and perimeter protective/transport bracket

PWB 50 with water connection set


Technical data

VariantPWB 50
Heating output at 90/70 and 0°C air intake temperature45 kW
Heating output at 60/50 and 0°C air intake temperature34,5 kW
Air volume3000 m³/h
Power supply230/1~/50 V/Ph/Hz
Total power input0,5 kW
Electr. nominal current consumption2,3 A
Fuse protection (on side)16 A
Sound pressure level58 dB(A)
Heating mediumbis max. 110°C
Heating medium connection2x R1 1⁄4 inch
Max. operating pressure16 bar
Heating medium flow rate2,0 m³/h
Heating medium resistance4,8 kPa
Protection class54 IP
Dimensions h/w/d745/570/865 mm
Weight57 kg

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REMKO PWB 50 jpg, 266,281,000.0

Heat requirement chart for heating systems

The diagram allows you to quickly determine the necessary heating power requirements of the hot air heating system to be used. It is based on a rough heat demand estimate for factories and similar buildings.

Heat requirement chart Determination of the necessary heating output