Model # DCH4831L

Internet #203568956

Dimplex 4800-Watt Forced Air Electric Portable Construction Heater
0781052053427

Dimplex

4800-Watt Forced Air Electric Portable Construction Heater

  • High quality, durable stainless steel tubular element
  • High heat cut-out protection for safety
  • Compact and portable design
$100.58 /each

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Product Overview

The Dimplex heavy duty portable construction heater provides maximum durability for work site conditions where temporary heat is required. 160 CFM offers quiet running operation. This 4800-Watt electric heater also offers thermal overheat protection for complete safety. The 6 ft. cord and plug stores around the handle for easy storage and transportation to and from workshops, construction sites and maintenance jobs.

  • Running lights indicate when the unit is operating if thermal cut-out is engaged
  • 6 ft. cord stores around the handle
  • Controls - double pole thermostat is built-in temperature range of 7-25°C (45-77°F)
  • Portable heat for workshops, garages, construction sites and home construction spaces

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Customer Questions & Answers

is this heater equipped with a 110 or 220 cord?

Asked by: johnny
The heater is 220 volt single phase. It come with a 220 plug that has 2 horizontal flat prongs over a round neutral prong. You can either have yourself or an electrician install an outlet for it can be wired directly into circuit box.
Answered by: ThisOldGarageNJ
Date published: 2017-03-12

is this a good heater to use in a one car garage?

Asked by: tina
is this heater good for 3 car garage and plug into garage out let
Answered by: jim
Date published: 2017-02-12

DOES THIS HEATER BLOW OUT HOT AIR.

I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW IF THIS HEATER ACTUALLY BLOWS OUT HOT AIR... OR DOES IT JUST HEAT UP. I WOULD LIKE ONE THAT HEATS UP AND BLOWS OUT HOT AIR
Asked by: JERICHO
Yes, after the coils get hot.
Answered by: Mandie
Date published: 2017-01-17

What voltage is required ?

Asked by: royS
220
Answered by: woodworker
Date published: 2015-09-20
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