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I'll give you approx. sizes as mine is mounted on a 9' ceiling in my workshop... The unit is about 23" long and 11" wide and and 3" thick for the heating head. The bracket makes it hang about a total of 12-16" from the ceiling depending on how the head is angled. The three wire cord is about 7.5 feet long.
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I'll give you approx. sizes as mine is mounted on a 9' ceiling in my workshop... The unit is about 23" long and 11" wide and and 3" thick for the heating head. The bracket makes it hang about a total of 12-16" from the ceiling depending on how the head is angled. The three wire cord is about 7.5 feet long.
I love the unit and use it many hours each day. The two heat settings are very nice. It heats an area where I sit and work in a very large garage and does a fine job in the coldest weather. Given enough time it makes the whole garage a comfortable working temp. It is quite warm if you work right under the unit at the height I have it mounted at.
I took the small bulb out as it was not necessary and a bit annoying as it is quite bright but was on whenever the heater was on. A small improvement would be to have the bulb on its own switch. Hope this helps.
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By workbench on October 27, 2013
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Yes, the bar at the top has holes for screws and screws are included.
By Andrea Scinkovec on September 22, 2014
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The quartz bulb is not replaceable on this item, you would need to replace the whole heater.
By Kotula's - The Guys With The G… on January 19, 2016 SELLER
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yes I installed mine so that I can swiveL, you are able to adjust the angle at two set points.
By randy urciuoli on January 25, 2016
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I suspect that it depends upon (a) how often you use the string to switch modes on the heater and (b) how careful you are in pulling the string. I leave the heater set on high output and have it plugged into a separate thermostat unit that controls power to the heater, so I rarely use the pull string. It seems to wor… see more I suspect that it depends upon (a) how often you use the string to switch modes on the heater and (b) how careful you are in pulling the string. I leave the heater set on high output and have it plugged into a separate thermostat unit that controls power to the heater, so I rarely use the pull string. It seems to work well enough, but it appears to be exactly the same sort of switch as is used in old style, pull string light fixtures -- functional enough for occasional use but not durable enough to stand up to a high rate of usage (or overly strong pulls). If you plan to use this heater occasionally (e.g., for heating a shop that you use once or twice a week, while it's in use) then the string should be OK. If you expect to switch the heater on/off (or change the setting) frequently, I'd recommend using an external switch of some type. With that said, I've found it to be an excellent heater. see less
By R. MCCOOL on December 11, 2013
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sounds fun!
By dox on December 9, 2013
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yes, but will not keep it toasty warm. I use it to keep it from being feezing, but if is a radiant heater. so if it is a big space might need 2 or more.
By Terry Looney on December 4, 2015
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It is a radiant heater that warms you, not the space. I use it at a garage work bench but it does not heat the garage. I agree that the heating elements could ignite dust and debris in the air. Might be better suited to use a radiator electric heater which has no hot open elements. Without insulation and a sealed w… see more It is a radiant heater that warms you, not the space. I use it at a garage work bench but it does not heat the garage. I agree that the heating elements could ignite dust and debris in the air. Might be better suited to use a radiator electric heater which has no hot open elements. Without insulation and a sealed wall/ceiling, heating any space can get expensive if the outside air temperature is low or the wind blows at any speed. see less
By Robert E. Blanchard on November 4, 2014
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Wall mount isn't ideal, but you could do it. Buy some sort of an angle bracket or cut some wood wedges and mount it to those. My only concern would be if you turn it on and off very often the arms might break. If you will have it on a switch, or even just unplug it instead if using the pull-cord I see no problem with… see more Wall mount isn't ideal, but you could do it. Buy some sort of an angle bracket or cut some wood wedges and mount it to those. My only concern would be if you turn it on and off very often the arms might break. If you will have it on a switch, or even just unplug it instead if using the pull-cord I see no problem with a wall mount. see less
By M. T. Millington on October 24, 2014