Cedar Ridge R-MD3TPU Recon Dual Fuel Infrared Heater, 3 Plaque

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Cedar Ridge R-MD3TPU Recon Dual Fuel Infrared Heater, 3 Plaque Cedar Ridge Infrared Heaters

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Cedar Ridge R-MD3TPU Recon Dual Fuel Infrared Heater, 3 Plaque

 

This heater is factory reconditioned by Procom heating in the USA to perform like new the cedar ridge dual fuel vent-free infrared heater by Procom heating gives you a stylish cabinet design while incorporating the same great benefits of a traditional vent-free heater. Features the thermostat control that automatically cycles the burner on and off to maintain a desired room temperature and the oxygen depletion sensor with an automatic shut-off setting. The patented dual fuel technology allows the heater to use both natural gas and propane gas, to heat up to 750 square feet of living space. This 99.9% efficient infrared heater does not require electricity to operate, which is ideal for power outages and other emergencies. Perfect for any type of homes and conditions .

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Room or space heating units are an easy as well as cost-effective solution to help keep you comfy when the weather conditions go down . By just heating up the area you desire rather than your whole residence , they could help in keeping down your energy expenditures.

You will find 3 main types of area heating units that individuals purchase . These types are the ceramic , oil filled and infared models and each one comes with their own advantages and disadvantages.

Ceramic space heaters do the job by applying voltage to ceramic components that produce heat and that is next transferred to aluminium materials that heat up . A fan subsequently sends the heated up air at the place the individual needs and wants it.

Infrared heating units utilize long wave infrared radiation to provide you with heat.

Oil filled heaters still need to have electric power to run however use oil as a heat reservoir and transfers heat through convection to the outside surface area of the unit . They are generally cost-efficient to run but bear in mind because of the fact that the outside areas get heated they are required to be used with care to protect against any fires or burns.