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Old 11-07-2011, 04:50 PM   #21
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"Roger,
I love those heaters but I can't rely on grid power very often. Did you know that they make a pint sized version of that heater? It's half the height of the full size and plenty of output for a little trailer. They kind of sound like a deep fat fryer when you start them up which is very comforting
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No, I didn't know that. Do you have a link to one? I will search online myself. I know they make a flat one that isn't as thick as ours.

http://www.grainger.com/Grainger/DAY...22-180997910-2

I found these brands: Honeywell, DeLonghi, Pelonis. Optimus, Comfort Zone, Dayton, Kenwood, and New Air.

I suspect that they don't make a water filled one for two reasons: water freezes. What temperature do you protect your heater for? -40į? and the other is that water is inherently caustic. The original bottle of distilled water is cloudy because of the water dissolving the inside of the glass bottle.
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Old 11-07-2011, 08:09 PM   #22
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Roger,
I tried to find a link to one and couldn't find it. Very strange. These are all filled with oil, not water. The smaller versions pull just 700 watts. I have seen them at BiMart, an Oregon chain, and I just got a flyer from TruValue hardware and they have one as well for $29.
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"Roger,
I love those heaters but I can't rely on grid power very often. Did you know that they make a pint sized version of that heater? It's half the height of the full size and plenty of output for a little trailer. They kind of sound like a deep fat fryer when you start them up which is very comforting
David"

No, I didn't know that. Do you have a link to one? I will search online myself. I know they make a flat one that isn't as thick as ours.

Electric Heater, Analog Flat Panel, 400 W - Portable Electric Heaters - Heating Equipment - 1VNX3 : Grainger Industrial Supply

I found these brands: Honeywell, DeLonghi, Pelonis. Optimus, Comfort Zone, Dayton, Kenwood, and New Air.

I suspect that they don't make a water filled one for two reasons: water freezes. What temperature do you protect your heater for? -40į? and the other is that water is inherently caustic. The original bottle of distilled water is cloudy because of the water dissolving the inside of the glass bottle.
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