Pelonis NT15-13L Tower Ceramic Heater, 1500-watt, Black

Pelonis NT15-13L Tower Ceramic Heater, 1500-watt, Black Ceramic Heaters World Marketing of America

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Pelonis NT15-13L Tower Ceramic Heater, 1500-watt, Black Ceramic Heaters World Marketing of America

The Pelonis 18" heater will keep you and your family toasty warm when the weather is cool. The classic black design will look great with any decor. This tower heater spreads a blanket of warmth throughout the room which is both economical and efficient. This sleek, compact tower oscillates for a wide area and is small enough that it can be set on a tabletop, desktop, or on the floor.

Comfort Glow NT15-13L Oscillating Ceramic Tower Safety Furnace

Pelonis NT15-13L Tower Ceramic Heater, 1500-watt, Black Ceramic Heaters World Marketing of America    Pelonis NT15-13L Tower Ceramic Heater, 1500-watt, Black Ceramic Heaters World Marketing of America
 

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Top Features

  • 1500W - 4 heat settings
  • Adjustable thermostat
  • Oscillates to provide a wide heating area
  • Cool touch housing
  • Overheat shut-off

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Space or room heating units are a simple and easy and cost effective option to help in keeping you warm the moment the temperature ranges fall . As a result of heating up the living space that is required rather than your whole home , they should assist in keeping down your power fees.

There are 3 main styles of area heating units that customers shop for . These are the ceramic , oil filled and infared types and each offers their unique advantage and drawbacks.

Ceramic space heaters function by applying voltage to ceramic components that gives off heat and that is then transferred to aluminium components that heat up . A fan subsequently distributes the heated up air wherever the individual needs it.

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

Oil filled heaters still require electricity to run however use oil as a heat reservoir and sends heat by means of convection to the outside surface area of the model . They are generally cost-efficient to operate however by reason that the outside surface areas become heated they need to be used with caution to stop any fires or burns.