30″ Digital Ceramic Tower Heater with Remote, WHT3001

30" Digital Ceramic Tower Heater with Remote, WHT3001 Ceramic Heaters

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30" Digital Ceramic Tower Heater with Remote, WHT3001 Ceramic Heaters

The oscillation feature of this Westinghouse ceramic heater allows you to cover even a larger area on those chilly nights at home. With the remote control you won't even have to get out from under the blanket to access or adjust the settings of this feature-packed unit. There's even an energy saving setting that does a lot of the work automatically.

30" Digital Ceramic Tower Heater with Remote, WHT3001

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Top Features

  • 3 Settings: ECO, High, Low
  • Remote control
  • Digital, adjustable thermostat control w/ 12 hour timer, LED display, Cool touch housing
  • Oscillation function
  • Child lock
  • Tip over safety switch, turns the heater off when heater tips over.
  • Overheat shut off, automatically turns your heater off when its reached a certain temperature for your safety.
  • 1500 Watts of power

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Room heating units are a handy and cost-effective option to help in keeping you snug and toasty when the temps go down . By warming the space or room that will be needed rather than the entire house , they are going to assist in keeping down your power expenses.

You can find 3 main styles of room heaters that people opt for . These include the ceramic , oil filled and infared forms and each includes their own benefits and cons.

Ceramic space heaters do the job by applying voltage to ceramic materials that produce heat which is next transferred to aluminium components that heat up . A fan then directs the heated air wherever the operator needs it.

Infrared heating units make use of long wave infrared radiation to produce heat.

Oil filled heaters still need to have an electrical source to run however employ oil as a heat reservoir and transfers heat by way of convection to the outside surface area of the device . These are effective to run but due to the fact the outside areas end up getting heated they must run with care to protect against any fires or burns.