Honeywell Two Position Fan Heater

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  • Manual controls with three settings: high heat (1500 Watts), low heat (750 Watts), and no heat (fan only)
  • Two placement options: upright or on its side
  • Adjustable thermostat
  • 3x overheat protection with 2 overheat sensors and a back-up cut off fuse to help prevent Overheating
  • Cool touch housing with thermal insulated wiring

Honeywell Two Position Fan Heater

 

The Honeywell two position heater combines 3 power settings and a unique dual position design that allows for multiple placement options while creating a comforting environment! this new heater fan features 2 heat settings - high output 1500 watts, and 750 watts on low - and an adjustable thermostat, all designed to give you control of your comfort. A "fan only" mode allows this unit to also provide comfort even on moderate days. Additionally, this heater offers added protection as it is equipped with multiple safety features such as 3x overheat protection, cool touch housing, high Temp Plastics and reinforced wiring and connections. The design and versatility of this heater is truly unique - it can operate in an upright position or on its side, depending on the space where you need to use it. At only 12 inches tall but with 1500 watts of power, it is ideal for under desks, office spaces and other smaller rooms to create the warm, comforting environment you want.

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Area heaters are a handy as well as practical way to assist in keeping you comfortable if the weather conditions go down . By just heating the space that is required instead of your whole building , they are going to aid in keeping down your power costs.

You will discover 3 major types of space heaters that people choose . These include the ceramic , oil filled and infared forms and each possess their unique benefits and draw backs.

Ceramic space heaters run by applying voltage to ceramic components that generate heat that is next transferred to aluminium pieces that heat up . A fan then directs the heated air where the customer prefers it.

Infrared heating units use long wave infrared radiation to provide heat.

Oil filled heaters still call for electric power to perform but apply oil as a heat reservoir and transmits heat using convection to the outside surface area of the product . These are generally economical to utilize however given that the outside surface areas end up getting hot they need to be used with care to prevent any fires or burns.