Haier 2 in 1 Infrared Heater Fan Combo Unit

Haier 2 in 1 Infrared Heater Fan Combo Unit Haier Infrared Heaters

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Haier 2 in 1 Infrared Heater Fan Combo Unit Haier Infrared Heaters

Turn up the heat with the Haier Vertical Infrared Zone Space Heater. With 5,200 BTUs and 1500 watts of power, this heater is ideal for supplemental zone heating of approximately 500 square feet. It has 3 settings including high, low, and eco mode so you are sure to find the right amount of toasty. This heater has an automatic timer, tip-over safety, cool-touch housing, and features a digital LED display and a dark walnut finish.

Haier 2 in 1 Infrared Heater Fan Combo Unit

Haier 2 in 1 Infrared Heater Fan Combo Unit Haier Infrared Heaters    Haier 2 in 1 Infrared Heater Fan Combo Unit Haier Infrared Heaters
 

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Top Features

  • Cool touch housing and overheat protection safety features
  • Electronic controls featuring 3 heat settings and no heat fan only option
  • LED digital display
  • Includes remote control
  • Wood cabinet

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Haier 2 in 1 Infrared Heater Fan Combo Unit 4.2 out of 5 based on 7 ratings.

 

Room heaters are an easy in addition to affordable solution to assist in keeping you snug and toasty the moment the temperature fall . Through heating up the living space you want and not the entire home , they will help in keeping down your energy fees.

There are actually 3 main styles of space or room heaters that people purchase . They include the ceramic , oil filled and infared kinds and each provides their own benefits and down sides.

Ceramic space heaters work by applying voltage to ceramic materials that generate heat that is then transferred to aluminium pieces that heat up . A fan then directs the heated air wherever the operator desires it.

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

Oil filled heaters still require electrical energy to function however use oil as a heat reservoir and sends heat using convection to the outside surface area of the unit . They are generally cost-efficient to operate but because of the fact that the outside surfaces get heated they should be be utilized with caution to stop any fires or burns.