The ICH Series Portable Electric Heater is a rugged, steel-constructed heater that is great for garages, workshops, job sites, etc. This fan-forced heater features a built-in temperature control thermostat for consistent heating as well as an internal overheat thermostat for additional safety. The
The ICH Series Portable Electric Heater is a rugged, steel-constructed heater that is great for garages, workshops, job sites, etc. This fan-forced heater features a built-in temperature control thermostat for consistent heating as well as an internal overheat thermostat for additional safety.
The ICH Series Heater is 10 5/8" W x 12 ¾" H x 10" D.
Steel tubular heating element
240 V, 4000 Watt, single-phase heater
13,648 max BTU output
6' long cordset
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We have two of these in a greenhouse 20 feet wide by 78 feet long hoop-style with about a 8 1/2 foot peak and 2 x 12 baseboards with solid, insulated end walls. They are protected under another fan box for our geo-air system (2 fans, one at each end). The geo-air pulls about 50 or 55 degree air from four feet down through 1,000 feet (each fan) of that black four-inch non-perforated corrugated drain pipe. The heaters are under the fan boxes (one fan is 1/2 hp and the other is 1/4 hp cfm about 1,000) and pointed up into the fan air flow. I was surprised when I turned them on at half heat that I could see a 2 degree rise in ambient temperature within 15 minutes (43 up to 45 degrees) with an outside air temp of 26 degrees. They keep the inside temp well above freezing when running at full output. Our fish tank temperatures stay warmer too. Between these and our geo-air the temps stay above 50 even in zero-degree weather. Our energy cost is about 10 cents/kwhr so on full heat they cost about 40 cents each for an hour to run. Fortunately we only need to run them in December and January about every other day.
Great Little Heater
We have two of these for two different greenhouses. They are simple, reliable workhorses. I'm totally happy with them, and would buy again.