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Leister IGNITER BR4 Blower 230V / 3400W / 50 Hz - 146.296/L02

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Leister IGNITER BR4 Blower 230V / 3400W / 50 Hz - 146.296/L02

Specially developed for installation into pellet and wood chip boilers. The IGNITER BR4 with 3.4 kW has what it takes. The interface was selected so that the ignition blowers can easily be installed into any heating boiler.

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The new IGNITER ignition blower from Leister has been specially developed for installation into pellet and wood chip boilers. The IGNITER BR4 with 3.4 kW has what it takes. The interface was selected so that the ignition blowers can easily be installed into any heating boiler.

  • Max. air outlet temperature: 600°C
  • Voltage: 230V
  • Power: 3400W
  • Frequency: 50Hz

Protected: Heating element protection with phototransistor and device protection Via temperature protection circuit.

Linked: Connection adapter for air hose located directly on the device with inner 1" thread (no extra accessories needed.)

Clever: new assembly support for positioning in a furnace.

Easy: Connector plug located directly on the device means easy removal and installation and fewer device configurations.

 We also supply the replacement element for this Igniter BR4 - Element Part Number: 145.606, found HERE

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