Heat strip - Outdoor Heaters
Whoever would have thought a heater could work so well outdoors?
Australian homeowners and renovators will be surprised by the heating performance of the edgy, slim-line design of the Australian-made and owned, Heatstrip when applied to Absolutely Covered's range of outdoor products.
Cold and uninviting outdoor and entertaining spaces will become a thing of the past. Patios, balconies, spa cabanas or any undercover, outdoor area will be warmed up with this energy efficient electric radiant outdoor heater.
The sleek Heatstrip can either be wall or ceiling mounted and emits comfortable heat up to 6 metres from the source. Heatstrip is a space-saving alternative to the bulky and costly, gas-heating units currently available on the market.
The heating unit is a slim lined black box sitting neatly on a ceiling or wall, freeing up valuable floor space. It is a dramatic design alternative that looks good and radiates sun-like heat evenly and efficiently.
Heatstrip's don't emit fumes or odor, is economical to run and is minimalist in design, you hardly notice they are there as they blend into the environment, complementing the space they occupy.
The key feature of the Heatstrip design is the unique raised and moulded aluminium surface, which disperses heat quickly and efficiently to the desired area.
The Heatstrip surface, made from black anodised aluminium radiation panels, does not glow red or emit light, or draw attention to itself. Silent and safe, Heatstrip is made with a hardwearing steel casing, and has been designed to be as maintenance free as possible.
As well as emitting heat rays similar to the sun, Heatstrip is cost effective to run. The 2400W model costs approximately 35 cents per hour to run (based on a 14 cent electricity tariff). Compared with the approximate $2.55 per hour cost of running an outdoor gas heater with a 9kg gas bottle. Adding timers, heat regulators and other control options further reduce heating costs.
Other features of Heat strip include:
- Designed and manufactured to meet Australian and New Zealand conditions and electrical standards for 230 to 240 volt operation.
- International Water Protection Rating of IPX5 – i.e. protection from water splashing from all directions.