A device that converts electric current into heat by means of resistors that emit radiant energy. These may be composed of metal-alloy wires, nonmetallic carbon compounds, or printed circuits. They generally have a fan that blows air over them to disperse the heat evenly.
Electric industrial heaters can be used for heating fluids, lubricating oils, and other materials to prevent them from freezing in cold temperatures. They can also be used to warm objects or areas in manufacturing processes. The heat produced by these devices can be transferred using convection, infrared radiation, or conduction. They are usually powered by a transformer to increase the voltage of the power supply to allow the equipment to operate at higher wattages than would otherwise be possible.
This smart heater has a sleek touch control panel that’s integrated into the surface of the unit. It’s intuitive to use and carries a host of features such as a water-resistant IP24 rating, a tool-free hatch that opens the base for cleaning, a night mode to dim the display and reduce the fan speed, 10 fan settings, four heat settings, tower oscillation, and an eight-hour timer. It can also detect an open window and shut off power, a handy feature in areas where it could be easy to forget that a door or window has been left ajar. It’s a little heavier than some other models at 9.9kg without casters and its surfaces can get very hot in use so it’s not recommended for young children. electric heater