Electric Heater ~ Get through the cold winter

Save on your gas bill with an electric heater

Want to buy an electric heater? Save on your gas bill with an electric stove. Especially in today's time where fossil fuels are becoming scarce and increasingly expensive, an electric heater is becoming increasingly attractive.

electric heater

Why choose an electric heater?

  • You can place the electric heater wherever you want, all you need is an outlet or extension cord, there is no flue. When the cold winter is over, you can easily store the stove.
  • An electric heater is cheaper to buy than a pellet or wood stove.
  • There is no flame involved, which makes heating your space very safe.
  • You consume no fossil fuels with an electric heater.
  • Wide choice, so there is an electric heater for everyone's needs.
  • You can choose between an electric heater with radiant heat or convection heating.


Radiant or convection heating?

An electric heater can be divided into two types, radiant heating or convection heating. In this you can only choose what you want, this depends entirely on your situation in which you want to use the electric heater. But what is radiant heat and what is convection heating? Below we explain this for you.

 

Radiant heat

An electric heater that uses radiant heat to heat the room sends heat directly to the cold objects in your room. With radiant heat, the heater itself gets hot and transfers heat to the surrounding cold objects by radiation. An advantage of radiant heat over convection heating is that there is no air circulation. Because there is no air circulation, you prevent house dust or other types of particulate matter from being blown throughout the room or house.

 

Convection heating

An electric heater that heats by convection is a heater that heats the air and blows it through your space. So a convection heater can also be called a fan heater. As the air continues to circulate, the heat generated will quickly rise to the top and will gradually drop to the bottom, creating a sort of "heat layer. By the time that air has descended, it has also cooled down, this causes it to be sucked back up by the electric heater and blown out again warm.

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Save on your gas bill with an electric heater

Want to buy an electric heater? Save on your gas bill with an electric stove. Especially in today's time where fossil fuels are becoming scarce and increasingly expensive, an electric heater is becoming increasingly attractive.

electric heater

Why choose an electric heater?

  • You can place the electric heater wherever you want, all you need is an outlet or extension cord, there is no flue. When the cold winter is over, you can easily store the stove.
  • An electric heater is cheaper to buy than a pellet or wood stove.
  • There is no flame involved, which makes heating your space very safe.
  • You consume no fossil fuels with an electric heater.
  • Wide choice, so there is an electric heater for everyone's needs.
  • You can choose between an electric heater with radiant heat or convection heating.


Radiant or convection heating?

An electric heater can be divided into two types, radiant heating or convection heating. In this you can only choose what you want, this depends entirely on your situation in which you want to use the electric heater. But what is radiant heat and what is convection heating? Below we explain this for you.

 

Radiant heat

An electric heater that uses radiant heat to heat the room sends heat directly to the cold objects in your room. With radiant heat, the heater itself gets hot and transfers heat to the surrounding cold objects by radiation. An advantage of radiant heat over convection heating is that there is no air circulation. Because there is no air circulation, you prevent house dust or other types of particulate matter from being blown throughout the room or house.

 

Convection heating

An electric heater that heats by convection is a heater that heats the air and blows it through your space. So a convection heater can also be called a fan heater. As the air continues to circulate, the heat generated will quickly rise to the top and will gradually drop to the bottom, creating a sort of "heat layer. By the time that air has descended, it has also cooled down, this causes it to be sucked back up by the electric heater and blown out again warm.

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Root!t ROOT! T Heat mat
    Using a ROOT!T heat mat will allow the roots to develop better and faster.

    Available:
    - Small 25cm x 35cm
    - Medium 40cm x 60cm
    - Large 40cm x 12...
    Bestron Bestron Fan heater AFH211W
      With the Bestron Fan heater AFH211W you have an electric heater with a maximum capacity of 2000 watts....
      S-Vent S-Vent Channel heater NK
        With the S-Vent Channel Heater NK, you have an air heater designed for use in ventilation systems with round air hoses or tubes.

        Available in: NK10...
        Biogreen BioGreen Heating Pad
          With the BioGreen Heating Pad you have a heating mat ideal for use under propagator's.

          Available in: 25 x 35 cm | 30 x 60 cm | 40 x 65 cm....
          Biogreen BioGreen Aluminum Heating Mat
            With the BioGreen Aluminum Heating Mat, you have an aluminum mat that incorporates a heating cable that provides an ideal soil temperature.

            Availab...
            Dania Dania Heater
              With the Dania Heaters, you have electric heaters that is manufactured in rugged steel cabinets with insulated resistant handles.

              Available in: 2kW...
              HotBox International Hotbox Heatwave
                With the Hotbox Heatwave, you have a heating mat that raises your soil temperature which promotes the germination or growth of seedlings or cuttings.
                ...
                Biogreen Biogreen Thermo2Digital - Summer / Winter Thermostat
                  The ideal climate controller for your hobby breeding. Because of its double function, the thermostat can be used to control a heater in winter and a f...
                  Trinatech Trinatech PTC Ceramic Fan Heater
                    With the Trinatech PTC Ceramic Fan Heaters, you have electric heaters that can be used anywhere.

                    Available in: PTC-20ER & PTC-30ER....
                    Lighthouse Lighthouse Eco Heat 240 Watt
                      With the Lighthouse Eco Heat 240 Watt, you have a tube heater that protects your crop from sudden drops in temperature or low nighttime temperatures....
                      Biogreen BioGreen Heating Cable
                        With the BioGreen Heating Cable, you can easily heat the ground wherever you want.

                        Available in: 4.3 meters | 6 meters | 10 meters | 25 meters....
                        DryFast DryFast Electric Heater
                          With the DryFast Electric Heater, you have a compact electric fan heater that can easily heat your space.

                          Available in: DEH2 (2Kw) & DEH3 (3Kw)....
                          HotBox International Hotbox SuperB
                            With the Hotbox SuperB you have a 2.8kW electric heater with winter and summer modes....
                            HotBox International Hotbox Sirocco
                              With the Hotbox Sirocco you have a 1.8 kW electric heater that is the smaller sister of the Hotbox SuperB....

                              Save on your gas bill with an electric heater

                              Want to buy an electric heater? Save on your gas bill with an electric stove. Especially in today's time where fossil fuels are becoming scarce and increasingly expensive, an electric heater is becoming increasingly attractive.

                              electric heater

                              Why choose an electric heater?

                              • You can place the electric heater wherever you want, all you need is an outlet or extension cord, there is no flue. When the cold winter is over, you can easily store the stove.
                              • An electric heater is cheaper to buy than a pellet or wood stove.
                              • There is no flame involved, which makes heating your space very safe.
                              • You consume no fossil fuels with an electric heater.
                              • Wide choice, so there is an electric heater for everyone's needs.
                              • You can choose between an electric heater with radiant heat or convection heating.


                              Radiant or convection heating?

                              An electric heater can be divided into two types, radiant heating or convection heating. In this you can only choose what you want, this depends entirely on your situation in which you want to use the electric heater. But what is radiant heat and what is convection heating? Below we explain this for you.

                               

                              Radiant heat

                              An electric heater that uses radiant heat to heat the room sends heat directly to the cold objects in your room. With radiant heat, the heater itself gets hot and transfers heat to the surrounding cold objects by radiation. An advantage of radiant heat over convection heating is that there is no air circulation. Because there is no air circulation, you prevent house dust or other types of particulate matter from being blown throughout the room or house.

                               

                              Convection heating

                              An electric heater that heats by convection is a heater that heats the air and blows it through your space. So a convection heater can also be called a fan heater. As the air continues to circulate, the heat generated will quickly rise to the top and will gradually drop to the bottom, creating a sort of "heat layer. By the time that air has descended, it has also cooled down, this causes it to be sucked back up by the electric heater and blown out again warm.