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SoftHeat 35 in. 500-Watt 240-Volt Hydronic Electric Baseboard Heater Right Hand Wire White

$144.53 /each
  • Sealed fluid system retains heat longer
  • Low surface temperature and auto safety shut off
  • Designed to reduce effects of indoor allergens

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The Softheat Hydronic Baseboard Heater uses a self-contained circulating heat transfer fluid to provide steady, uniform warmth with longer heat retention, greater energy savings, and minimal temperature variation. No plumbing, water supply or refilling required. Recommended for bedrooms, nurseries, and for those with severe allergies. Perfect for supplemental warmth for a cold room or to replace old heaters. Now improved durability for longer life.

  • 500-Watt heater at 240-Volts creates heat that is great for warming a bedroom or nursery
  • Thermostat required; sold separately, can heat up to a 100 sq. ft. area
  • Lower surface temperatures than standard baseboards, includes over temperature safety shut off
  • Saves energy by circulating fluid slowly and retaining heat to generate warmth, even after shutting off
  • Self-Contained, sealed system offers better heat retention and more consistent room temperature with fewer on/off cycles, for greater comfort
  • Lower surface temperatures and whisper quiet operation makes it ideal for bedrooms, nurseries, or to replace old heaters
  • Environmentally friendly, non-toxic, non-hazardous fluid, no plumbing or refilling required
  • Hardwired, 240/208-Volts
  • Right end wiring only
  • ETL listed for safety
  • White, powder-coated paint for a smooth, durable finish that blends in with most interiors
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is there this type of unit that only needs 110 volts

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I have a small A-Frame house in PA about 800 sq.feet it was built in the 60s not overly insulated it has 4# electric baseboard units from when it was built that use a lot of electricity looking to upgrade to more efficient 110 unit or will I have to go to 220 volts to make this happen this is the only heat except for a fireplace? Thank You
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May 18, 2016
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Thank you for your question.
Unfortunately at this time, our SoftHeat line of heaters are 240 volt only, we do not have models that can be wired for 110 volts.
Our SoftHeat hydronic heaters are more efficient than our standard baseboard heaters, so if efficiency is one of the most important features for you, this would be a great choice for your home, but if your home is wired for 110 volts, you would Read More
Thank you for your question.
Unfortunately at this time, our SoftHeat line of heaters are 240 volt only, we do not have models that can be wired for 110 volts.
Our SoftHeat hydronic heaters are more efficient than our standard baseboard heaters, so if efficiency is one of the most important features for you, this would be a great choice for your home, but if your home is wired for 110 volts, you would have to change the wiring to 240 volts.
Be sure to have your power supply tested by an licensed electrician before ordering or installing. It is extremely important that your power supply matches the voltage of the heater you are installing.
Also, you may be using a lot of electricity because you do not have the correct amount of wattage needed to keep your home comfortable. Given the details below (colder winter climate, older home, not overly insulated), we would recommend around 10 watts per square foot to keep your home comfortable. So if you are not using around 8000 watts to heat your home, you might find that your heaters run more that they should, and as a result use more electricity than you would like.
Keep all that in mind when considering replacements for your existing heaters. Read Less
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is this unit compatible with Honeywell T498B1512 thermostat?

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November 16, 2015
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Thank you for your question.
Yes, this heater is compatible with the Honeywell T498B1512 thermostat.
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Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Not as quiet as I hoped We got the "soft heat" hydronic heater to minimize the noises the standard baseboard heaters make when heating and cooling. In general, this works out. Every few minutes, however, there is a fairly loud click/clang that this heater makes. The noise is perhaps a bit louder than the regular electric baseboard, so overall the noise from both is mostly comparable. The heat does seem to be nice and even, and it heats up quickly. Overall it's a heater and it works just fine, but it's a bit louder than I had hoped. November 12, 2013
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