Warm up that cold spot in the room or place the heater next to your couch while you curl up and watch a movie. You'll love how toasty you feel when you bask in the warmth of the Lifesmart 24 Inch Tower Infrared Heater and Fan. This infrared heater supplements the heat of your home and reduces energy costs by only warming up the room you're occupying. It runs on 2 heat settings 1,000 or 1,500 watts. The heater is loaded with safety features like the overheat and tip over shut off switches as well as a cool touch exterior. Utilize this unit by zone heating the rooms you spend the most time in. Zone heating allows you to only heat the rooms you are in the most and helps save you reduce energy consumption. Keep warm this winter and fall when you use your Lifesmart 24 Inch Tower Infrared Heater and Fan.
- 2 quartz infrared heating elements
- 2 heat settings: 1,000 1,500 watts
- Approx. 150 sq ft of coverage (varies on environment)
- Powerful fan only mode
- BTU's: 5118
Lifesmart 24" 2 Element Quartz Infrared Electric Portable Tower Heater & Fan
Area heating units are a handy and affordable solution to help in keeping you snug and toasty if the temperature lower . Through warming the room that is required instead of all of your home , they can help to keep down your power expenditures.
You can find three main styles of area heating units that people purchase . They are the ceramic , oil filled and infared types and each one includes their unique advantages and down sides.
Ceramic space heaters work by applying voltage to ceramic elements that gives off heat that is then transferred to aluminium components that heat up . A fan subsequently distributes the hot air where the customer prefers it.
Infrared heating units make use of long wave infrared radiation to provide you heat.
Oil filled heaters still call for a source of electricity to operate but employ oil as a heat reservoir and moves heat through convection to the outside surface area of the unit . These are generally economical to use but bear in mind because of the fact that the outside areas end up getting heated they should be run carefully to protect against any fires or burns.