Model # FUH724

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Fahrenheat 7,500-Watt Unit Heater
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Fahrenheat

7,500-Watt Unit Heater

  • Dial controls are easy to use
  • Variable heat settings allow you to choose your ideal temperature
  • Forced-air heating that does not give off fumes
$471.00 /each

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Product Overview

Warm an area of up to 750 sq. ft. with the Fahrenheat 14 in. x 12.5 in. 7,500-Watt Wall Heater. This fume-free, forced-air heater features an adjustable thermostat that helps you control and maintain a temperature of 45 - 135°F. The heater comes equipped with a ceiling mounting bracket to offer many flow position options.

  • 7,500-Watt heater at 240-Volts creates plenty of warmth
  • 750 sq. ft. heating area capacity is great for a larger garage or other unheated area
  • Built-in single pole thermostat is easy to adjust and has a range of 45 - 135°F
  • In the event of overheating, the current is automatically shut off and then reactivated when the temperature returns to normal
  • Compact design and white color help the heater blend in with many types of decor
  • Equipped with a ceiling mounting bracket for multiple mounting options
  • CSA, UL and ETL listed for safety

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Customer Questions & Answers

what size wire and breaker are required for this unit?

Asked by: LarryA
7500 watts / 240 volts = 31.25 Amps. Which means that you can't use a 240V 20A thermostat, or a 240V 30A dryer cord, they will fail or you'll burn something out. It is at least against code. Since it's a continuous load, you have to rate it at 125%, 31.25 X 125% = 39.06Amps, which means a 40A breaker. Since you would want to protect it with the smallest breaker possible, you wouldn't want to use a 45A breaker. Acccording to NEC Table 310.15..... (whatever they want to call it this code cycle) you would have to use a #8 conductor at minimum.
Answered by: DontBurnYourHouseDown
Date published: 2017-02-28

The product description says 7,500 Watts, but the PDF user guide only says it goes to 5,000 Watts. Which is it?

Asked by: Drig
I just had this heater installed. Doing my homework ahead of time (actually someone on this site made this suggestion), the electrician had to install a 4 pole circuit breaker to accomodate the higher wattage output. If that would not have been done then we would have only been able to take advantage of 5000kw ouput, even though it is a 7500kw heater. Plus we had the eclectrician install a thermostat on the wall so that we did not have to climb on a ladder to adjust the temperature. We are most pleased with our selection and would recommend this heater for sure!
Answered by: Lindy
Date published: 2017-02-28

have a two car garge with open ceiling. Will it heat enough when i am working in the garage whe...

have a two car garge with open ceiling. Will it heat enough when i am working in the garage when doing projects. I dont expect to leave running all the time just when i need it .
Asked by: JMS
yes, that is what we are using it for now. Works great!
Answered by: art
Date published: 2017-02-28

What size breaker ?

Asked by: Brown
40
Answered by: 400tas
Date published: 2017-01-11
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Customer Reviews

7,500-Watt Unit Heater is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 39.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Does Not Operate Long Enough to Do Any Good I've got a well-insulated two car garage. Thought this unit would heat it during moderately cold temps to at least above 50F, but it cuts out so much that it just never heats the garage above 50F. It has an automatic cutoff that prevents it from running consistently until it gets above 50F, so it has not provided me with much use. I have the FUH54B model.
Date published: 2016-12-18
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Unsatisfied. I bought this FUH54 heater before winter after reading plenty of good reviews on other retail websites. My 2 car 20x24 garage is well insulated and will not stay above 40 degrees with outside temps in the teens or lower. The fan runs at a very low speed and does not move much heat.
Date published: 2016-12-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good heater It seems fine. It may be undersized for my shop. I have 1000 square feet and I think this will only do 750. I might need another one.
Date published: 2016-11-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Installed the heater in a garage workshop. The Heater is everything it's described to be. Easy ... Installed the heater in a garage workshop. The Heater is everything it's described to be. Easy installation and wiring. The product seems to put out good heat, the fan seems a little weak, although the cfm of the fan is probably matched to the heat output of the heating element. The drawback we found with the unit is it needs a remote thermostat. Because this is a ceiling mounted heater, it is difficult to reach the thermostat knob to turn on and off. Just installing a remote power switch isn't a good idea since the fan motor has a delay in it to cool off the heater element before the fan turns off. Just turning off the power to the unit would kill the fan delay system. A remote thermostat is all that is needed, and should be included with a ceiling mounted heater.
Date published: 2017-01-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works perfect in my 900 sq. ft. garage! I still run a propane heater for about 10 min. just to he... Works perfect in my 900 sq. ft. garage! I still run a propane heater for about 10 min. just to heat up the air quick and after that I will turn on the main heater. It keeps my garage nice and warm over here in Northern Ohio.
Date published: 2017-01-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by from heater 7500w goodheat source Iexpected quickerfan start I have not used a unit like this so i am getting used to it. i need to insulate my pole barn excellent delivery good condition.
Date published: 2016-12-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice little heater Works great in my little 24x22 fully insulated steel shop. Wiring was easy. 8 awg and a 40 amp breaker. Not to heavy. Hung it myself. Perfect size and not to noisy.
Date published: 2017-02-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I would recommend this 7,500 unit heater in a two car garage, moor than enough heat. Easy to inst... I would recommend this 7,500 unit heater in a two car garage, moor than enough heat. Easy to install and wire. You need a 2pole 40amp breaker with # 8/2 romex.
Date published: 2017-02-28
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