We all know the struggle of trying to keep warm outdoors, especially when regular patio heaters are no match for the damaging effects of moisture and corrosive sea air.
For the best durability in the harshest environments Infratech's CD 39" Dual Element Marine Grade Electric Heater is the best choice. With its revolutionary Marine 316 Stainless Steel Construction, this heater is designed to withstand corrosion in saline environments.
And let's not forget about its sleek design, featuring cleverly tucked-away mounting brackets that give it a floating look. The optional flush mount frame lets it seamlessly blend into your ceiling.
Experience the brilliance of infrared heat, where every ounce of energy is put to good use, heating solid objects and not wasting heat on the air. Choose from the powerful 4000 W or 5000 W models, providing ample warmth for areas measuring 8 x 10 ft and 9 x 10 ft, respectively, in mildly cold temperatures. Please note that heaters exceeding 240 V are intended for commercial use only.
With Dual Element, it delivers twice the power of a Single Element Heater. With the convenient duplex stack switch, you can easily set the heat at high or low levels. And for those who want the ultimate convenience, smart home integration is also available.
Invest in one of the best electric patio heaters, designed to complement any modern setting; and, outlast any heater. Take advantage of our free shipping offer. Buy now!
Note: Less heat is provided in extremely cold or windy areas. Please see the recommendations below and the Infratech Heat Coverage Guide for setup recommendations.
Standard Stainless Steel 120V/240V models are usually in stock and ready to ship. Custom voltages are special orders with 2-4 Weeks Manufacturing Lead Time.
Need help determining the right heater and setup for your space and heating needs? Or, do you need more information about the current lead time? Give us a call at 1-866-713-4844 or email us at email@example.com and we'll be happy to help!
The best angle to install this heater is approximately 45º. If installed outdoors, it is best to install it at the "cold side" for efficient heating and under a protective roof or weather cover, whenever possible. Even with its all-weather construction, your heater will last longer and look better if it is protected from rain and snow.