Holmes BCH9212R-NU Bionaire Remote Control Tower Heater with Remote, Medium, Black

Holmes BCH9212R-NU Bionaire Remote Control Tower Heater with Remote, Medium, Black Ceramic Heaters

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Holmes BCH9212R-NU Bionaire Remote Control Tower Heater with Remote, Medium, Black Ceramic Heaters

Bionaire BCH9212-U Ceramic Mini Tower Heater features an elongated heating element which heats up a room quickly and efficiently. Quiet heat or fan only setting for year round, continuous use. Oscillation features evenly distributes heat throughout the room. Lightweight design and integrated carry handle gives you the ability to direct heat where you need it most. Built in safety features. Two heat settings with digital thermostat and easy-read LCD display. Fully functional remote control. Eco smart for up to $208 per year in energy savings. Painted accents.

Jarden Consumer Heater BCH9212-U Bionaire Ceramic Mini Tower Heater

Holmes BCH9212R-NU Bionaire Remote Control Tower Heater with Remote, Medium, Black Ceramic Heaters    Holmes BCH9212R-NU Bionaire Remote Control Tower Heater with Remote, Medium, Black Ceramic Heaters
 

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Top Features

  • Heats up a room quickly and efficiently
  • Quiet heat or fan setting for year-round use
  • Lightweight design and carrying handle for portability
  • Auto safety shut-off
  • Easy-read LCD display

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Space heating units are a simple and easy as well as cost efficient way to help keep you snug when the temps drop . As a result of warming up the space you would like and not your whole building , they are going to help in keeping down your energy fees.

You will find 3 main designs of area heating units that individuals purchase . These types are the ceramic , oil filled and infared types and each one possesses their unique advantage and cons.

Ceramic space heaters do the job by applying voltage to ceramic materials that make heat and that is then transferred to aluminium pieces that heat up . A fan next directs the warmed air wherever the consumer needs and wants it.

Infrared heaters make use of long wave infrared radiation to generate heat.

Oil filled heaters still call for a source of electricity to function but apply oil as a heat reservoir and transmits heat through convection to the outside surface area of the unit . They are cost-efficient to operate however given that the outside parts end up getting heated they must be used with care to avoid any fires or burns.