H-40 Radiant Heat Brooder

H-40 High Pressure Brooder for Broiler Production and Other Poultry Applications

High Pressure Brooder for Broiler Production and Other Poultry Applications

Low profile, energy efficient, far reaching heat is what is provided with the L.B. White H-40 radiant brooder. This high pressure brooder has a simple design, making assembly time much quicker than other high pressure brooders. Fewer parts and connections make repair and cleaning easy.

L.B White's H-40 can be used to replace one or all competitive 40,000 btu/h brooders in a poultry house as connections match. Simply unplug the competitive unit and plug in the H-40 to utilize the consistent and far reaching heat pattern. No need to worry about gas type as all units ship with the ability to use either LP or Natural gas with the switch of an orifice which is stored on the unit.

Backed by L.B. White's 65 plus years of heating experience, technical know-how, and user oriented customer support, feel confident when heating your poultry house with the H-40 high pressure brooder!

L-40 Brooder in a poultry facility.

Key Features of L.B. White H-40 Chick Brooder Heater for Poultry Production

  • 40,000 Btu/h
  • Spark Ignition
  • Propane and natural gas dual fuel model
  • Low Profile
  • Wide heat coverage
  • 100% Test fired
  • Easy to assemble -- only five parts!
  • Energy efficient
  • No filter to clean!
  • Components highly resistant to corrosion
  • Ship in master packs of 8

H-40 poultry brooder heaters integrate with major poultry house control systems.

Certifications of the H-40 Chicken and Poultry Heater

L.B. White H-40 radiant brooder heaters help producers control poultry house climates and are available in CSA U.S. certified models.

Determine Size and Quantity of Chick Brooder Heaters for Poultry Houses

Call our technical experts to help you select the correct quantity of L.B. White H-40 brooder heaters for your poultry production houses.

Technical Support – 608-779-6160

When the fate of your flock is at stake, you need the leader in poultry production heating systems protecting your investment—L.B White.

Model Numbers: H-40
Input (Btu/h) 40,000
Heater Configurations Available
-Spark Ignition

Yes
Installation Height: (ft.)
-Broilers
-Turkeys

5-6
4.5-5.5
Center Spacing (ft.) 25-40
Inlet Gas Supply Pressure (PSI) 5
Fuel Consumption (max.):
-Liquid Propane Gas (lbs/hr)
-Natural Gas (cu. ft/hr)

1.85
40.0
Ventilation (CFM) 468
Temperature Controls Available
-Wired to House Environmental Control

Yes
Electrical Requirements:
-Spark Ignition

120VAC/60HZ
Minimum Clearance to Combustibles (inches)
-Top
-Side
-Below

14
36
54
Dimensions (in.):
-Height
Canopy Diameter

14
31.5
Net Weight (lbs.) 14.0
Canopy Polished Aluminum
Stainless Steel Radiant Emitter S
1/4" x 6' Gas Hose (up to 25 ft.) O
Regulator (Zone Control Panel) O
Gas Cock and Piping Hardware O
CSA Certified (USA and Canada) Yes

S = Standard O = Optional

⚠ WARNING: When operating, this heater produces chemicals, including Carbon Monoxide, known to the State of California to cause birth defects and other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

H-40 High Pressure Brooder for Broiler Production and Other Poultry Applications

Low profile, energy efficient, far reaching heat is what is provided with the L.B. White H-40 radiant brooder. This high pressure brooder has a simple design, making assembly time much quicker than other high pressure brooders. Fewer parts and connections make repair and cleaning easy.

L.B White's H-40 can be used to replace one or all competitive 40,000 btu/h brooders in a poultry house as connections match. Simply unplug the competitive unit and plug in the H-40 to utilize the consistent and far reaching heat pattern. No need to worry about gas type as all units ship with the ability to use either LP or Natural gas with the switch of an orifice which is stored on the unit.


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