Enjoy a warmer more comfortable space as you work in your workshop or garage with the NewAir G73 electric garage heater! Featuring 17,060 BTUs of heating capacity, this garage heater can warm up to 750 sq. ft. Because the NewAir G73 runs on electricity instead of propane, it's safer and more convenient than gas heaters. Mount it on the wall or ceiling and direct the heat where you need it with the included swivel bracket. Built of sturdy steel with a powder-coated finish, this powerful, rugged heater is exactly what you need to keep your workshop warm this winter.
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- Built-in thermostat with automatic shut-off protects against overheating
- Durable stainless steel construction is built to last
- Hardwired (not a traditional electrical outlet) to eliminate maintenance problems associated with propane heaters
- Heats up to 750 square feet - perfect for shops, garages, worksites
- The NewAir G73 is a 240 volt heater and requires 30 amp circuits when setting up. Profession installation from an Electrician is recommended
NewAir G73 Hardwired Electric Garage Heater, Heats up to 750 square feet
Area heating units are an easy in addition to economical solution to assist in keeping you warm and comfy when the temperature fall . Through warming the living space you desire rather than the whole building , they are able to assist in keeping down your power bills.
There are three major types of space heating units that individuals buy . They are the ceramic , oil filled and infared forms and each one possesses their unique advantages and negatives.
Ceramic space heaters run by applying voltage to ceramic elements that gives off heat and that is then transferred to aluminium pieces that heat up . A fan then controls the warmed up air wherever the operator wants it.
Infrared heaters employ long wave infrared radiation to deliver heat.
Oil filled heaters continue to require electricity to run however use oil as a heat reservoir and transmits heat by way of convection to the outside surface area of the unit . They can be cost-efficient to run however as a result of the outside surfaces become hot they are required to run with caution to stop any fires or burns.