200 Sq.Ft. Portable Electric ThermaFlo Fan Compact Heater,Black

200 Sq.Ft. Portable Electric ThermaFlo Fan Compact Heater,Black Ceramic Heaters

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200 Sq.Ft. Portable Electric ThermaFlo Fan Compact Heater,Black Ceramic Heaters

This portable space heater includes a thermostat with an adjustable knob for setting temperature to high and low heat. It has an internal fan and a blower. Made using aluminum, this heater's sturdy construction ensures years of functionality and durability. This space heater is accentuated with a black finish and it is compact. The 1,500 Watt Compact Smart ThermaFlo Space Heater from Sea Breeze comes fully assembled. Easy to care for, it can be wiped clean with a soft and dry cloth.

200 Sq.Ft. Portable Electric ThermaFlo Fan Compact Heater,Black

200 Sq.Ft. Portable Electric ThermaFlo Fan Compact Heater,Black Ceramic Heaters    200 Sq.Ft. Portable Electric ThermaFlo Fan Compact Heater,Black Ceramic Heaters
 

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Top Features

  • Cool touch cabinet moulded in flame retardant polymer, safe for children and pets
  • CSA and UL approved
  • BTU Output: 5120BTU/Cord Length: 72 ''

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Area heaters are a handy as well as economical solution to assist in keeping you cozy when the temperature ranges plunge . By warming up the living space you prefer rather than all of your building , they are able to help keep down your power bills.

There are actually three main designs of space or room heating units that people decide to buy . These are the ceramic , oil filled and infared variants and each has their unique benefits and shortcomings.

Ceramic space heaters operate by applying voltage to ceramic elements that generate heat which is then transferred to aluminium pieces that heat up . A fan next directs the hot air exactly where the customer prefers it.

Infrared heaters utilize long wave infrared radiation to provide you heat.

Oil filled heaters still need to have electric power to run but employ oil as a heat reservoir and sends heat using convection to the outside surface area of the model . They are generally effective to operate but by reason that the outside parts end up getting hot they must run with caution to avoid any fires or burns.