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Quiet-One 2000 Series 4,000 BTU Brown Hydronic Kickspace Heater (Not Electric)
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Quiet-One

2000 Series 4,000 BTU Brown Hydronic Kickspace Heater (Not Electric)

$199.00 /each

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The Quiet-One 2000 Series 4,000 BTU Brown Hydronic Kickspace Heater is ideal for installation in hard-to-heat spaces. This totally enclosed unit easily fits under a cabinet or in a wall. The highly efficient heat exchanger with a low water content ensures that the built-in thermostat responds quickly.

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  • 18-Watt kickspace heater at 120-Volt creates adequate warmth for a hard-to-heat area
  • 100 sq. ft. heating capacity ideal for a smaller bedroom, bathroom or kitchen
  • Highly efficient heat exchanger with low water content to allow the built-in thermostat to respond quickly
  • High E heat exchanger, low-power motor and a fan with easy glide sleeve bearings ensure low electrical usage
  • Totally enclosed unit can slip easily under a cabinet or in a wall
  • Chassis does not have to be screwed to the floor
  • Removable grille

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where is the electrical connection

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The power supply is brought into the rear left of the unit . However I think you would best served by something more specific. It you go the the Smiths Environmental web site there is a dedicated page for each of these products. You will then be able to download a submittal sheet, brochure and installation manual.
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Does the heat also go up into the cabinet as well?

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Heat chases cold. So to that extent yes heat will go into the cabinet. However nothing significant or noticeable. Most of the 4000 BTUs is going to role out of the front of the unit. That louver on the back is so the fan motor can breath and is not a hot air discharge. So potatoes will not grow ears any faster if ;you put them in that cabinet vs a different one. That is a real issue with radiant heat Read More
Heat chases cold. So to that extent yes heat will go into the cabinet. However nothing significant or noticeable. Most of the 4000 BTUs is going to role out of the front of the unit. That louver on the back is so the fan motor can breath and is not a hot air discharge. So potatoes will not grow ears any faster if ;you put them in that cabinet vs a different one. That is a real issue with radiant heat but not with this. If you have further questions feel free to give me a call. Chris 978 651 3301 Read Less
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listing states not electric

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This listing states that this is not electric. So why does it have a motor that requires electric? Im looking for (if it's even made) an non electric kickspace heater for under cabinets. I detest hearing all the fans blowing and then getting my bill to find my electric is out of control. Still looking.
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Sorry for the inconvenience. We understand it is a little confusing. The reason why it states "non electric" is because the heat source is hot water provided by a boiler as apposed to an electric element. This may be obvious to those in areas that have hydronic heating, but we have found that there are many parts of the US where people are unfamiliar with hot water heating systems and assume this product Read More
Sorry for the inconvenience. We understand it is a little confusing. The reason why it states "non electric" is because the heat source is hot water provided by a boiler as apposed to an electric element. This may be obvious to those in areas that have hydronic heating, but we have found that there are many parts of the US where people are unfamiliar with hot water heating systems and assume this product is all electric. You are correct that it does need electricity to drive the blower motor which uses a small amount of amperage. However the the heat it delivers comes from the 180F boiler water. I do know of convector type units, such as baseboard, that distribute hydronic heat without a fan. But I am not aware of any that fit under a cabinet, There would just not be enough movement of air to put out enough heat. There are also non fan assisted convectors you can recess into the floor or radiant tube. However they require more space to put out the same amount of heat. Chris 978 651 3301 Read Less
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What size cabinet would this fit under

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I can't tell you what cabinets will accomidate this unit. What I can do is give you a link to the dimentional information so that the question can be put to either the cabinet vendor or the contractor, if they can fit it in the kick space of the cabinet. If you have further questions you are welcome to give me a call. Chris 978 651 Read More
I can't tell you what cabinets will accomidate this unit. What I can do is give you a link to the dimentional information so that the question can be put to either the cabinet vendor or the contractor, if they can fit it in the kick space of the cabinet. If you have further questions you are welcome to give me a call. Chris 978 651 3301
http://smithsenvironmental.com/products/quiet-one-kickspace-heaters/
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Rated 5.0 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Quiet, compact and efficient. This heater is easy to install, too. This unit is an exact replacement for an under-the-stair heater over 20 years old. The old one was sold under the VRV Products name. This new one is Smith’s Environmental. Same unit, though. This product is heavily made. No frills, but no shortcuts, either. The older one lasted 20 or more years. They look identical, so the new one ought to last as well. There’s a handy hi/lo fan switch, but I just leave it on high all the time. It pulls air in from the top and blows heated air out the front. The fan runs quietly and automatically. When your boiler sends hot water to this unit, the fan turns on. If there’s no hot water present, the fan goes off. Simple. There are no instructions to speak of. Plumbing is easy – two ½ inch copper pipes. They tell you which pipe is the inlet (lower) and which is the outlet (upper). I soldered on copper fittings and used unions to connect to the heating system. You can use PEX, as well, which may be easier. There’s an easy-to-reach bleeder valve for getting air out of the heater after installation. Electric is simple – black wire, white wire and a ground lug. You will need two wire nuts and a standard 3/8 inch through-hole clamp, not supplied with the unit. It took me about an hour to remove the old heater and install this unit. It worked right away and is heating the space now. I am pleased with this purchase, would recommend it, and happy to have found it at Home Depot. March 1, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by great kick space heater... Got one for our kitchen and it is quiet and warm. It has two fan speeds, normal and turbo. Super easy to install, supply and return and easy wiring hookup. The air vent is easily accessible from the front of the unit. We've had out for a few years now and it it hasn't failed. Not much more to say. Good unit. February 4, 2013
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