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Frequently Asked Questions

Do any of your fan heaters have a remote so we don’t need reach it to use it?

Whilst none of our fan heaters can be controlled with a remote, there are other ways in which you can use your heater without having to reach the unit. For our TF1000 and TF2400 units, these can be wired to an external on/off switch from which you can operate the unit. The TF2400 does also feature an on/off pull switch which hangs down, making it easier to access when the unit is mounted up high. Alternatively, as another option for you, the TF1800 unit is programmable, allowing you to set a schedule to suit your needs, then leave the heater to automatically work to this schedule.

Can the fan heaters be mounted above a door and wired to an on/off switch?

Given that hot air rises, our fan heaters are most effective in heating a room when they are mounted lower to the ground, therefore we would always recommend the lower, the better. Having said this, the TF2400 fan heater comes with a pull switch which facilitates mounting the heater higher or above a door, if required. On the TF1000 unit, you can set the temperature on the unit once and then switch the unit using an external on/off switch, also allowing the heater to be mounted higher or above a door. The TF1800 heater does need to be controlled by the controls at the top of the unit and cannot be switched by an external on/off switch as it will lose its memory, therefore we would not recommend mounting this unit above a door.

Can I adjust the temperature on the Fan Heaters, and what are the heat settings?

The TF1000 Fan Heater Unit is heat adjustable via a knob on the side of the unit and can be set between 5 degrees and 35 degrees in 3-degree increments. The TF1800 Fan Heater Unit is also heat adjustable via the programming buttons and can be set at any temperature between 7 degrees and 35 degrees. The temperature output of TF2400 Unit cannot be adjusted and this heater is simply operated by an on/off pull switch, at a constant temperature.
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Learn about Space Heating

See the Space Heating Range

Frequently Asked Questions

Do any of your fan heaters have a remote so we don’t need reach it to use it?

Whilst none of our fan heaters can be controlled with a remote, there are other ways in which you can use your heater without having to reach the unit. For our TF1000 and TF2400 units, these can be wired to an external on/off switch from which you can operate the unit. The TF2400 does also feature an on/off pull switch which hangs down, making it easier to access when the unit is mounted up high. Alternatively, as another option for you, the TF1800 unit is programmable, allowing you to set a schedule to suit your needs, then leave the heater to automatically work to this schedule.

Can the fan heaters be mounted above a door and wired to an on/off switch?

Given that hot air rises, our fan heaters are most effective in heating a room when they are mounted lower to the ground, therefore we would always recommend the lower, the better. Having said this, the TF2400 fan heater comes with a pull switch which facilitates mounting the heater higher or above a door, if required. On the TF1000 unit, you can set the temperature on the unit once and then switch the unit using an external on/off switch, also allowing the heater to be mounted higher or above a door. The TF1800 heater does need to be controlled by the controls at the top of the unit and cannot be switched by an external on/off switch as it will lose its memory, therefore we would not recommend mounting this unit above a door.

Can I adjust the temperature on the Fan Heaters, and what are the heat settings?

The TF1000 Fan Heater Unit is heat adjustable via a knob on the side of the unit and can be set between 5 degrees and 35 degrees in 3-degree increments. The TF1800 Fan Heater Unit is also heat adjustable via the programming buttons and can be set at any temperature between 7 degrees and 35 degrees. The temperature output of TF2400 Unit cannot be adjusted and this heater is simply operated by an on/off pull switch, at a constant temperature.
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Learn about Space Heating

See the Space Heating Range

Frequently Asked Questions

Do any of your fan heaters have a remote so we don’t need reach it to use it?

Whilst none of our fan heaters can be controlled with a remote, there are other ways in which you can use your heater without having to reach the unit. For our TF1000 and TF2400 units, these can be wired to an external on/off switch from which you can operate the unit. The TF2400 does also feature an on/off pull switch which hangs down, making it easier to access when the unit is mounted up high. Alternatively, as another option for you, the TF1800 unit is programmable, allowing you to set a schedule to suit your needs, then leave the heater to automatically work to this schedule.

Can the fan heaters be mounted above a door and wired to an on/off switch?

Given that hot air rises, our fan heaters are most effective in heating a room when they are mounted lower to the ground, therefore we would always recommend the lower, the better. Having said this, the TF2400 fan heater comes with a pull switch which facilitates mounting the heater higher or above a door, if required. On the TF1000 unit, you can set the temperature on the unit once and then switch the unit using an external on/off switch, also allowing the heater to be mounted higher or above a door. The TF1800 heater does need to be controlled by the controls at the top of the unit and cannot be switched by an external on/off switch as it will lose its memory, therefore we would not recommend mounting this unit above a door.

Can I adjust the temperature on the Fan Heaters, and what are the heat settings?

The TF1000 Fan Heater Unit is heat adjustable via a knob on the side of the unit and can be set between 5 degrees and 35 degrees in 3-degree increments. The TF1800 Fan Heater Unit is also heat adjustable via the programming buttons and can be set at any temperature between 7 degrees and 35 degrees. The temperature output of TF2400 Unit cannot be adjusted and this heater is simply operated by an on/off pull switch, at a constant temperature.
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Frequently Asked Questions

Do any of your fan heaters have a remote so we don’t need reach it to use it?

Whilst none of our fan heaters can be controlled with a remote, there are other ways in which you can use your heater without having to reach the unit. For our TF1000 and TF2400 units, these can be wired to an external on/off switch from which you can operate the unit. The TF2400 does also feature an on/off pull switch which hangs down, making it easier to access when the unit is mounted up high. Alternatively, as another option for you, the TF1800 unit is programmable, allowing you to set a schedule to suit your needs, then leave the heater to automatically work to this schedule.

Can the fan heaters be mounted above a door and wired to an on/off switch?

Given that hot air rises, our fan heaters are most effective in heating a room when they are mounted lower to the ground, therefore we would always recommend the lower, the better. Having said this, the TF2400 fan heater comes with a pull switch which facilitates mounting the heater higher or above a door, if required. On the TF1000 unit, you can set the temperature on the unit once and then switch the unit using an external on/off switch, also allowing the heater to be mounted higher or above a door. The TF1800 heater does need to be controlled by the controls at the top of the unit and cannot be switched by an external on/off switch as it will lose its memory, therefore we would not recommend mounting this unit above a door.

Can I adjust the temperature on the Fan Heaters, and what are the heat settings?

The TF1000 Fan Heater Unit is heat adjustable via a knob on the side of the unit and can be set between 5 degrees and 35 degrees in 3-degree increments. The TF1800 Fan Heater Unit is also heat adjustable via the programming buttons and can be set at any temperature between 7 degrees and 35 degrees. The temperature output of TF2400 Unit cannot be adjusted and this heater is simply operated by an on/off pull switch, at a constant temperature.
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