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Fan Forced Heaters (474 Styles Available)

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Fan Forced Heaters (474 Styles Available)

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  • Full Manufacturer Warranty
  • 30 Day Money Back Guarantee
  • Price Match Guarantee

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a fan-forced heater?

A fan-forced heater or fan heater is a type of heater that uses a fan to produce air through a heating coil or other heating elements to warm up the surrounding area.

Which heats a room better: infrared or forced air fan heaters?

For small rooms, it’s better to use an infrared heater as it can instantly warm up objects nearby. For bigger spaces, a fan-forced heater can distribute warmth throughout the space better than an infrared heater can.

Why isn’t my heater’s fan working?

Check the fan’s wiring if it is connected to the motor. If it is still connected, check if there’s anything obstructing the fan and stopping it from spinning.

Why is my fan-forced heater blowing cold air even if its fan is running?

Some heater models feature a fan-only option or summer fan switch, so check if this switch is turned on. If that isn’t the case, check if your heater's thermostat automatically turns off after the set temperature is reached.

Are wall-mounted fan-forced heaters more efficient than ceiling-mounted models?

If you have to heat an entrance hall or any area near doors or windows, it’s best to mount the fan heater on the ceiling to eliminate drafts. If you need to heat other types of rooms, mounting a fan-forced heater on the wall is a good option. In-floor heaters are also great supplemental heating solutions for small spaces.

Fan Forced Heaters

Fan forced heaters are some of the most reliable and commonly used heaters in industrial, commercial, and residential applications -- and for good reason. These heaters come with an internal fan and a heat source, like a metal heating element. The fan blows air over the heating element, and this is how these heaters spread heat. Because of the fan, the heat can be carried over a larger area.

Furthermore, fan forced heaters come with thermal limit switches. This prevents the device from overheating, and thus prevents damage and accidents. Some fan forced heater models also come with fan switches, which enables users to turn on the internal fan without activating the heat source. It is thus possible to have the heater double as a fan during warmer months. These heaters can thus stay functional all year round.

There is a whole laundry list of reasons why fan forced heaters are good choices. See the catalog below to choose the best model for your specific needs and requirements.

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