10/1/2014 8:12:21 AMANW004buyboxdiscountGet up to 10% OFF MOST ORDERS TODAY Use Code Savings at checkoutcserebatediscountbannerv2discountbannerv2secuhomepagemainhours Mon-Fri: 7 AM - 5 PM PSTlogomobilebannermobilebannersecurephoneShop by Phone: 1-800-734-0405popcouponseoblurbCool Down With A Misting FanHow Misting Fans WorkMisting fans are basically regular fans, but with the added element of water (these fans must be connected to a water source). Because the mist from these fans lingers in the air, the space around them can easily be kept up to 40 degrees cooler than the temperature of the surrounding environment, and you don't even need to walk directly in front of one of these fans to feel its cooling effect. The average misting fan operates using thermal dynamics and water evaporation to lower temperatures. Although other types of cooling appliances that use water evaporation do so by drawing in warm air through water soaked pads (instantly cooling it), the typical misting fan takes a slightly different approach.Tank V's Hose Misting FansAs far as the water source goes, some misting fans have a water tank that must be refilled and cleaned out on occasion in order to stay in proper operation. Misting fans with a refillable tank can be a good option for spaces not close to a water source or fans that need to stay portable. However, there are many models that conveniently connect directly to your garden hose for instant access to a water source. If you do happen to have more than one misting fan, you can use a hose splitter (available at most home improvement stores) so you can connect a hose to each appliance.Misting fans with water tanks do not need to connect to an external water source, but they do have a limited amount of time until they need to be refilled again. Obviously, the amount of water a tank can hold varies from model to model, but the average backyard misting fan can last three to seven hours before they need another water refill.Now, aside from the maintenance factor of the water tank misting fans, the other factor that sets the two types apart is the cost. Fans that connect to garden hoses tend to be a lot cheaper than their water tank counterparts, and this is largely due to the higher manufacturing costs of water tank systems. On the other hand, water tank misting fans are a lot more portable than those that connect to garden hoses, although both still need to be connected to an energy source for power.When And Where To Use Misting FansMisting fans are a great option during the summer months when temperatures are highest. To be more specific, the best time to run a misting fan out on your patio or deck is going to be between midday and the later afternoon-- the hottest hours of the day. As far as location goes, it's best that you keep a misting fan off to one side of your patio with plenty of space around it (especially if you have kids running around, safety should come first). Make sure it is not up against the side of your house or any other walls.Misting fans are built to be sturdy and will survive if left outside during a rainstorm, but that doesn't mean they should be left in the open day after day. If exposed to high humidity for extended periods of time, a misting fan can corrode. Fortunately, all you have to do is put the fan in your garage or shed when you're not using it. Allow time for the unit to dry out before packing it away for storage. This will help prevent mildew from forming. Most misting fans come with manuals that advise how best to take care of them and when to use them.trust56183CategoryHeat-OutofStockPage-Category-Heat-OutofStockSpace Heater1109570/outofstock-heaters.htm24FreeAnswerUrl/outofstock-heaters.htm1System31MultiChoiceDropDownTemplate1131System1448MultiChoiceDropDownSidebar811System25FreeAnswerBrowser TitleOut of Stock and Discontinued Heaters1Page283FreeAnswerMeta Keywordsspace heaters, garage heaters, electric space heaters, wall heaters, garage heaters1Page284FreeAnswerMeta DescriptionOut of Stock and Discontinued Heaters1Page294FreeAnswerHeaderOut of Stock and Discontinued Heaters1295WysiwygDescriptionOut of Stock and Discontinued Heaters12730FreeAnswerBreadcrumb TitleOut of Stock and Discontinued Heaters1Page38900HM360Page-Product-HM360020/product/hm360.htm3350115706444HM360Soleus HM360 Micathermic Electric Space Heater55.990072.99000.0000Out of StockSoleusHM360Space Heater1.500021.50009.95002009-09-141-124 Hour ShippingRepair Warranty0/images/soleus-hm360-4-c.jpg150150soleus-hm3601.51.522843Type3269MultiChoiceMultiAnswerSpace Heater2845Coverage Area150square feetNumeric1529Voltage120voltsNumeric1530Watts1500wattsNumeric1538Noise LeveldBFreeAnswer2839Category Bullets2 heat settingsMultiFreeAnswer2839Category BulletsCovers 150 sq. ft.MultiFreeAnswer2839Category BulletsSafety tip-over switchMultiFreeAnswer2839Category BulletsCovers 150 sq. ft.MultiFreeAnswer2839Category Bullets2 heat settingsMultiFreeAnswer2839Category BulletsBuilt-in thermostatMultiFreeAnswer2842Guided RankNumeric2842Guided RankNumeric1340Coverage Area150square feetNumeric34Link TextSoleus HM360 Micathermic Tower Electric Space Heater1FreeAnswer37DescriptionThe Soleus HM360 electric space heater combines radiant and convection heat to quickly spread warmth throughout your room.1FreeAnswer2241Bullet PointsHeats 150 sq. ft.1MultiFreeAnswer2241Bullet PointsQuiet operation1MultiFreeAnswer2241Bullet PointsEasy to use controls1MultiFreeAnswer764Special LabelMicathermic Tower Electric Space Heater1FreeAnswer77044HP2-15-50Page-Product-HP2-15-50120/product/hp2-15-50.html4271102225368HP2-15-50Soleus HP2-15-50 Tabletop Patio Heater136.9900179.99000.0000Out of StockSoleusHP2-15-50Patio Heater00.000016.95002008-10-231-1Repair Warranty0/images/soleus-hp2-15-50-c.jpg101165soleus-hp2-15-50-1-102843Type3267MultiChoiceMultiAnswerPatio Heater2844Fuel Type3276MultiChoiceMultiAnswerElectric2845Coverage Area150square feetNumeric1529Voltage120voltsNumeric1530Watts1500wattsNumeric1538Noise LeveldBFreeAnswer2839Category Bullets1500 wattsMultiFreeAnswer2839Category Bullets3 heat settingsMultiFreeAnswer2839Category BulletsBuilt-in safety switchMultiFreeAnswer2839Category Bullets3 heat settingsMultiFreeAnswer2839Category BulletsWeighted baseMultiFreeAnswer2839Category BulletsTable top designMultiFreeAnswer2842Guided RankNumeric2842Guided RankNumeric34Link TextSoleus HP2-15-50 Electric Tabletop Patio Heater1FreeAnswer37DescriptionThe HP2-15-50 patio heater plugs into a standard household outlet but only pulls a minimal amount of electricity. 1FreeAnswer2241Bullet PointsHeats 150 sq. ft.1MultiFreeAnswer2241Bullet PointsStandard outlet plug1MultiFreeAnswer2241Bullet PointsBuilt-in safety switch1MultiFreeAnswer764Special LabelElectric Tabletop Patio Heater1FreeAnswer

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