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ENS-20

Enclosed Water Heater Stands for Water Heaters up to 40 Gallons

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Size(s):

20x20x16 in.

Description:

Series ENS-20 Enclosed Water Heater Stands are enclosed, galvanized steel construction stands used to raise a water heater flame element to 18 in. above the floor according to safety code requirements. This reduces the risk of fire, explosion, and property damage. Series ENS-20 water heater stand is fully enclosed on three sides to prevent storage of flammable liquids and/or hiding places for rodents. It is for water heaters up to 40 gal, and is ideal for use in food processing areas. Floating seismic clips included for easy bolting to the wall. Series ENS-20 comes unassembled in a box with instructions. ICBO listed - ER-5172.

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