220-240 Volt/ 50 Hz, Ceramic Heater with Manual Thermostat, 2000 Watts Power: Ideal for medium size rooms, 2 Heat Settings : 1000W/2000W, Overheat protection, Cool Blow, Frost Guard, Integrated carry handle, IP21 protection (against vertical water drops), Power indicator, CE Approval. This product is made to use overseas. This will not work in the US.
- 220-240 Volt/ 50 Hz, Ceramic Heater with Manual Thermostat, 2000 Watts Power
- Ideal for medium size rooms, 2 Heat Settings : 1000W/2000W, Overheat protection
- Cool Blow, Frost Guard, Integrated carry handle
- IP21 protection (against vertical water drops), Power indicator
- CE Approval. This product is made to use overseas, will not work in the
Bionaire BCH920 Ceramic Heater with Manual Thermostat 220-240 Volt/ 50 Hz (INTERNATIONAL VOLTAGE & PLUG) FOR OVERSEAS USE ONLY WILL NOT WORK IN THE US, OUR PRODUCT ARE BRAND NEW, WE DO NOT SELL USED OR REFERBUSHED PRODUCTS.
Room heating units are a handy in addition to more cost effective option to aid in keeping you snug once the temperature drop . Through warming the room or space that will be required rather than your whole building , they will be able to help in keeping down your power cost.
You will find three major types of area heating units that customers shop for . They include the ceramic , oil filled and infared variants and each offers their unique advantages and disadvantages.
Ceramic space heaters run by applying voltage to ceramic materials that gives off heat which is next transferred to aluminium materials that heat up . A fan then controls the warmed up air exactly where the end user requires it.
Infrared heaters use long wave infrared radiation to give you heat.
Oil filled heaters still require electricity to run however employ oil as a heat reservoir and transfers heat by using convection to the outside surface area of the unit . They are generally efficient to run but because the outside parts become heated they should be be used with caution to stop any fires or burns.