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Yes, buildings heat better based on placement of heaters, but that has zero to do with efficiency of the heater output itself.
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Probably around 100% efficient...
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cause 5 KW draws more power than my dryer... this thing requires 240v line
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Just don't open the first electric bill after you use it. Yikes.
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Just don't open the first electric bill after you use it. Yikes.
Why do you say that? Do you have this unit? I have a same/similar unit and it is relatively efficient, easy to instal, and works as it is designed. Price is good for this unit.
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Why do you say that? Do you have this unit? I have a same/similar unit and it is relatively efficient, easy to instal, and works as it is designed. Price is good for this unit.
Probably around 100% efficient...
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Restricted to ceiling applications only, perhaps.
Huh? The only loss in efficiency of electric is line loss, which is nearly 0. The building or placement in it has nothing to do with efficiency, it only affects how well it will heat the area with the btus provided.
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Perhaps you are aptly named.

There's long-established science on floor emanating heat, as opposed to forced air from above. But good luck with your "huh". It's easy to look at backwards, as well as upside down.
Yes, buildings heat better based on placement of heaters, but that has zero to do with efficiency of the heater output itself.
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Why do you say that? Do you have this unit? I have a same/similar unit and it is relatively efficient, easy to instal, and works as it is designed. Price is good for this unit.
cause 5 KW draws more power than my dryer... this thing requires 240v line
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Probably around 100% efficient...
Hahaha!! zing
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Thumbs UP...looks like a gr8 deal IF you have 220V.
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How would this be for an insulated 2 car garage?
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How would this be for an insulated 2 car garage?
Will heat quicky but very expensive compared to propane to.run.
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