Tag Archives: heaters

Are Coleman catalytic heaters safe?

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Why are immersion heaters placed at the bottom of hot water tanks?

[ad_1] How long does an immersion tank take to heat? The immersion heater is connected to the mains electric via a cable and has its own on/off switch. When the heater is turned on, electricity heats the metal element and this heat passes to the surrounding water. It can take 1-2 hours for the water […]

Can heaters make you nauseous?

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Do oil filled heaters use a lot of electricity?

[ad_1] Is it safe to leave an oil filled radiator on overnight? Safety Issues These heaters should never be left on overnight due to the risk of fire. The second type of oil heater, a radiant oil heater, warms a room by heating steel pipes that are filled with oil. These heaters are much safer […]