Haier 3 Heat Setting 1500W Infrared Zone Heater with Dark Oak Finish (2 Pack)

Haier 3 Heat Setting 1500W Infrared Zone Heater with Dark Oak Finish (2 Pack) Haier Infrared Heaters

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Haier 3 Heat Setting 1500W Infrared Zone Heater with Dark Oak Finish (2 Pack) Haier Infrared Heaters

Stay warm these winter with these Haier 3 Heat Setting Infrared Zone Heaters. These 5,100 BTU units with 3 infrared tube elements can turn 1,500 watts of power into toasty warm temperatures. Total control is at your fingertips with the Haier's remote control, LED display, and 3 heat settings (low, high, and eco). It also comes with a timer so you can automate your heating. Best of all, these come in an attractive dark oak finish cabinet, so choose a better heater solution, the Haier 3 Heat Setting Infrared Zone Heater.

Haier 3 Heat Setting 1500W Infrared Zone Heater with Dark Oak Finish (2 Pack)

Haier 3 Heat Setting 1500W Infrared Zone Heater with Dark Oak Finish (2 Pack) Haier Infrared Heaters    Haier 3 Heat Setting 1500W Infrared Zone Heater with Dark Oak Finish (2 Pack) Haier Infrared Heaters
 

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Top Features

  • 3 heat setting infrared zone heater
  • LED digital display
  • 3 heat settings: Low/ High/ Eco
  • 3 infrared tube elements
  • 5,100 BTU's

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Area heating units are a simple and easy and cost effective way to assist in keeping you comfortable if the temperature decrease . As a result of warming the space that is required and not all of your residence , they are going to help keep down your energy cost.

You will discover 3 main types of room heating units that customers purchase . These types are the ceramic , oil filled and infared models and each comes with their own benefits and drawbacks.

Ceramic space heaters work by applying voltage to ceramic materials that gives off heat and that is then transferred to aluminium pieces that heat up . A fan subsequently controls the heated up air wherever the consumer needs and wants it.

Infrared heaters employ long wave infrared radiation to give heat.

Oil filled heaters continue to require electrical energy to function but apply oil as a heat reservoir and transfers heat through the use of convection to the outside surface area of the product . These are generally cost-efficient to run but bear in mind because the outside surfaces get hot they must run with care to avoid any fires or burns.