|11-09-2007 11:20 PM|
A friend has 2 of these in an insulated 1-1/2 stall garage. He starts them out on high and ends up turning them down to low within a hour or so. They do a pretty amazing job, even in the dead of Iowa winter. The garage typically has a car sitting in the middle of it, so there is something to warm up, but I've worked in there when the 2 of us and an engine were the only thing there, still did well.
Dirt cheap also..........
|11-09-2007 06:34 PM|
|11-09-2007 01:03 AM|
Cheers, at least im on the right track. Just gotta go bigger!!
I do have a propane heater in there at the moment but it just produces too much water in the air and the fact you cant leave it on due to the fumes etc.
|11-08-2007 06:53 PM|
It will heat the object and not the air.
Do you have propane or natural gas available?
If you have electric options only - you might want a system like this or smaller - maybe a 3 element system.
I've never dealt with this seller, just using the heaters for a reference on what might need...
Some Random Ebay Heater Listing...
Also try Northern Tool, they have a good selection of heaters to look at. Grainger is too expensive IMHO.
|11-08-2007 04:08 PM|
Infrared Heating Lamps?
What do you guys think of these for the garage??
They sell the patio versions for a lot less than the garage ones on ebay:
Im guessing this would be a good little thing to help warm the car body up before painting in my garage at home! Its getting a bit chilly over here now and I gotta get the paint on before the years end!
Still wouldnt run it whilst painting mind!
Ayone got an opinion on something like this?