Salamander portable electric blower
Your review: This is a wonder. We love it. It is what we needed for a long time in the area we could not have conventional heat.
Item #: WBB729744
Sold By: globalindustrial.com
Avg. Customer Rating: (2 customer reviews)
Your review: great looking the shipping time was great arrived with box damage and small dent on side but not enough damage to hurt it we had to send it back because I did not have the capability
to hook it up would have to have had an electrician to wire our garage and it did not come with a cord. I wish I had made more inquires about it, but thought it was coming with a cord. did not know it would not work with 120
but did have a good experience with the shipping and customer service
would this heater be suitable for heating a large horse barn with tall ceilings?
Question Asked By: kaitlyn , May 22, 2017
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Question Answered By: anonymous
Hello Kaitlyn, It would depend on how large your barn is. This heater will heat up to 24,000 cubic feet. We do have larger ones and smaller ones available. If your follow the link below you'll be able to see all our Salamander Portable Electric Heaters. http://www.globalindustrial.com/g/hvac/heaters/portable-electric/heat-wave-portable-electric-blower-heater Thank you for your interest in our product!
Good Afternoon, Can you tell me if this particular fan has a temp gauge? If so, can I set it to 50 degrees, once it falls below 50 the machine will turn on and once above 50 the machine will shut off. We want to leave this overnight without monitoring. Thank you, Scott Sheffield
Question Asked By: Scott , October 15, 2014
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Question Answered By: Product Expert , October 15, 2014
The unit does have a thermostat adjustment that will allow for regulating at 50 degrees. For the condition described below, the unit must be manually turned on to the highest of 3 fan speeds. The user must use a thermometer to gauge the temperature in the space. Once 50 degrees is reached, the user then reverses the fan dial back until it clicks to set to the desired 50 degrees. The heating element will turn off however the fan will remain on. Once the temperature falls below 50 the heating element will turn on.
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