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Heaters: Introduction

During the colder months of the year, heaters are an absolutely necessary piece of household equipment. There are many various types of space heaters on the market, each of which uses a distinct type of heating technology. The technology that is utilised in space heaters directly impacts their prices, making this category of home appliances the one in which prices vary the most.

Types of Heaters

1. Oil filled heater 

If you need the temperature in your room to remain consistently warm for an extended period of time, an oil-filled room heater is a good option. It works equally well in large and compact spaces. Is it clear how an oil heater operates now? The supply of electricity in an oil-filled heater causes the electrons to tumble through the wire, creating friction and heat. The radiator warms the air in the room as the oil is heated by the wire.

2. Halogen Heater

Radiant heaters like halogen heaters rely on infrared radiation to accomplish their heating tasks. The rods give off beams of heat that immediately heat the surfaces on which they land, so heating up the entire space to the desired level.

3. Summing up 

When looking for a space heater, your first and foremost concern should be safety. Pick a space heater that has a safety grill, a shockproof body, a well-insulated wire, and a tip-over prevention switch in case it falls over.

4. Heat Convector

Convector heaters use a coil or a panel to distribute heat evenly around a space using convection. Warm air is dispersed throughout the space when a fan or blower-style room heater is directed towards the heat panel.

5. Fan heater 

These heaters rely heavily on its coil and fan. Contrasted with fan room heaters, whose heat is distributed via convection with the aid of a fan, radiant heaters disperse its warmth via a mirror-like surface.


1. Heating capacity 

The amount of thermal energy the heater can supply over a given time frame is measured in what is called "heating capacity," and is typically expressed in kilowatts. It is conditional on the quantity of fluid being heated, its specific heat capacity, the rate of temperature rise, and the time period involved.

2. Maximum operating temperature

When choosing a heater, the rated temperature of the heating element is arguably the most crucial feature to consider. The maximum safe operating temperature of a heater element is determined by its material qualities and the heater's design.

3. Pressure rating 

The pressure rating of a water, oil, or fluid heater is the maximum pressure at which it can be used.

4. Maximum air flow 

The entire volume an air heater can warm is determined by its maximum airflow. The highest possible temperature and the length of time a heater can keep a certain temperature are both determined by the airflow.

5. Sleeve material

Sleeves are typically made out of the same material as the heater's housing, as they serve to insulate the element from damage. Several different materials, including metals, alloys, rubbers, and polymers, can be used as sheaths, and this choice is usually made in light of the intended use.


Follow the following precaution to keep yourself and your family safe and warm with heaters.

i. Keep all flammable materials, including bedding, furniture, paper and blankets at least two to three feet away from the electric heater to prevent a fire or serious burn.

ii. Make sure your electric heater is spotless and in good working order before you turn it on. If there is an issue, it should be fixed by a qualified technician.

iii. Don't stick the electric heater in a high foot traffic place. Also, don't place it on combustible materials like carpets or wood/plastic furniture.

iv. Do not dry clothing or cook food on the room heaters; they are only meant for additional heating.

v. Avoid potential injuries from electric heaters by keeping dogs and kids away.

vi. It is important that the electric heater's plug not be overworked. Verify that no other electrical devices are sharing the outlet with the unit.

vii. Turn off the heater and unplug it when you leave the room or go to sleep to prevent carbon monoxide poisoning. Experiencing carbon monoxide poisoning can be fatal. Symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning include these dizziness, headaches, nausea, stomach pain or discomfort, vomiting, and weakness.

viii. Invest in a new, safer heater for your home and family; it's worth splurging a bit to ensure everyone's safety.

Things To Consider Before Buying A Room Heater

1. Heater type 

The next item that you need to think about is the kind of Heaters that you will require. Although there are a variety of heater designs, all electric heaters may be categorised into one of three primary heating technologies: convection, infrared, or fan-forced heating. While there are a variety of heater models, these three heating technologies are the most common.

2. Heating capacity 

When shopping for a space heater, one of the most crucial factors to take into account is the total square footage of the room(s) that will be heated. Calculating the amount of wattage necessary for supplemental heating, on the other hand, can be a bit more difficult. While determining the amount of wattage necessary for primary heat in any given square footage can be done with relative ease 10 watts of heating power for 1 square foot.

3. Safety features

Reading the owner's manual carefully and following all instructions, especially those related to power cord placement and unobstructed airflow, is crucial for the safe placement and use of a space heater. Most electric heaters include built-in switches that shut them off if they detect too much heat (overheat protection) or if they are accidentally pushed over, greatly reducing the risk of fire. Some models also include extra safeguards including grilles that are OSHA-compliant and surfaces that stay cool to the touch in an emergency.

4. Energy efficiency 

Energy conservation is beneficial to the planet and the wallet because it reduces consumption. Although portable electric heaters are still lacking a standardized efficiency rating like the EER ratings unearthed on portable Ac power, it is simple to determine the operational cost of a heater by increasing the watts per hour discovered in the specs by 1,000, then by your local company's cost per kilowatt-hour. 

6. Noise level 

The majority of portable heaters, similar to other electrical devices, make some noise when in use. For whisper-quiet operation in places like the bedroom or office, think about a baseboard heater or a freestanding convection heater that doesn't rely on a fan. For example, cadet baseboard and wall heaters are great for evenly heating an entire space with no noise. It is possible to heat a room with a radiant space heater without disturbing the peace and quiet of a bedroom or office.

What Makes Oil Heaters So Popular?

The electric oil heater seems to be getting more and more popular. Here are the most important ones.

i. Silence convection heating 

Oil-filled radiators employ convection technology to silently heat rooms. As a naturally occurring process, convection heat transmission does not necessitate the use of an artificially created fan or engine. They're perfect for a wide range of uses because they function silently when the motor is removed. 

ii. Good for Allergy Sufferers

Many people who suffer from allergies or asthma find that space heaters are a necessary evil in their lives. While it's not acceptable to use a heater that puts your health at risk, the fact remains that many of today's fan-forced models do do just that by circulating allergens around the room.

iii. Pet friendly 

Oil-based alternatives to infrared and ceramic heaters are safe for use in homes with pets. The exteriors don't get hot, so there's no risk of getting burned if you accidentally brush up against them. They're great for households with pets and young children.

iv. Portable 

You can quickly move it from one room to another because many types have wheels built into in. They are light enough to be carried with one hand, making them ideal for use on stairs or other inaccessible surfaces

v. Work long hours 

Also appealing about oil-filled versions is that they keep functioning even after you turn them off. How? It's easy: even after turning off the heating source, the oil within the sealed container will stay heated for hours. 

Because of the severe winters that occur in many sections of the country, heaters have developed into an absolute requirement. Temperature extremes have become more frequent throughout the years as a result of global warming. During the colder months, many methods may be utilised by individuals and households to maintain a comfortable temperature.


FAQs: Heaters


Q. Which type of heater is good for health?

Ans. Oil-filled heaters are the healthiest kind of heater.

Q. What are the different types of room heaters?

Ans. Convection or Fan heaters, Infrared or Radiant heaters, Oil heaters etc. are the different types of room heater.

Q. What is industrial heater?

Ans. Industrial heaters are used to turn the energy of a fuel or another source of energy into thermal energy in a specific system, process stream, or closed environment.

Q. Are gas heaters safe indoors?
Ans. Yes, Indoor gas heaters are very safe if they are kept in good shape and used the way the instructions say to.

Q. What type of heater is best for outdoors?
Ans. Propane patio heaters are the best kind of heater for use outside.