Automatic safety shutoff for tip-over and high temperature.
Heats areas up to 150 sq. ft.
Required maintaince oil is not permanently sealed.
Electric Baseboard Heaters different from other
heaters? Since electric baseboard heaters heat the room through convection (usually without the
help of a fan), this keeps them quiet. Electric powered is the only type of
heater suitable for small enclosed areas, nothing is burned so there is not a
threat from toxic fumes or things like embers and sparks. Auto safety thermal cutout protection will
turn off the electrical heaters in case of overheat. They are thoroughly tested and UL or ETL listed.
How do Electric Baseboard Heaters work? Electric baseboard heaters use convection to circulate the air the heating element heats the air, and as the
hot air rises from the baseboard heater,
this forces the colder air to the bottom of the room, allowing the baseboard heater to draw the cold air that has been pushed down by the warmed air. The
process of convection will repeat the process
until the thermostat
controlling the heater reaches the set temperature. Most of our
heaters range from 500 watts to 1500 watts in power, and that translates roughly
to about 50 to 150 of square heating footage. It never hurts to get a little
more power than what you think you need but be careful if you run other
electronics on the same circuit because it might trip the breaker.
Baseboard heaters are easy to maintain. The heating element inside
electric baseboard heaters have no moving parts, and therefore need very little
maintenance. Upkeep of the unit requires minor cleaning consisting of removing
the dust and lint from the grill of the heater and keeping things away from the
intake at the bottom of the unit.
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