Stay warm as temperatures drop with the Quartz Infrared Cabinet Heater. This powerful heater warms rooms quickly, with an air filter so you can breathe easy. The quartz infrared heater has an impressive heat output of 5200 BTU/h that can heat a room up to 86 degrees Fahrenheit, with a 12 hour timer for extended use. The unit is crafted for safe use, with an overheating safety shut off, as well as an energy-saving auto mode. The 1500W heater is easy to operate, with an LED digital display and a remote control. Caster wheels make it easy to move the unit from room to room as needed. It plugs into a conventional 120V, three-prong outlet for effortless use.
- Heat output 5200 BTU/h
- Energy saving auto mode (ECO)
- Low setting: 750W | High setting: 1500W
- Set temperature indication varies from 15 to 30 degrees C or from 59 to 86 degrees F
- 1500W heater has a 12 hour timer
Soleil Quartz Infrared Electric Space Heater, PH91K
Area heating units are a simple and easy in addition to practical solution to help to keep you warm and comfy the moment the temperature decline . As a result of heating the space or room you want as opposed to the entire building , they are able to aid in keeping down your power costs.
There are actually three main kinds of room heating units that people opt for . They include the ceramic , oil filled and infared models and each carries their unique advantage and down sides.
Ceramic space heaters function by applying voltage to ceramic elements that produce heat that is next transferred to aluminium components that heat up . A fan next directs the heated air exactly where the customer needs and wants it.
Infrared heating units employ long wave infrared radiation to provide you heat.
Oil filled heaters still call for electrical power to work however make use of oil as a heat reservoir and sends heat through convection to the outside surface area of the device . They are generally efficient to operate but due to the fact the outside areas get heated they must run carefully to protect against any fires or burns.