The King Electric CB Series Baseboard Heater features a High Mass heating element and a lower, surface temperature that makes it much different from the standard baseboard heater. This element has seen
over 40 years experience and is an excellent choice when considering the more costly water or oil filled baseboard heater. If lower surface temperatures and a better price are your concern, this fluidless design is the baseboard for you.
Element. The superior performance comes from the proven technology of the ceramic thermal storage heater core. A 7/8 inch diameter aluminum tube is filled with a special high density ceramic that stores the thermal energy. The oversized fins are made from durable high grade aluminum which produces better heat transfer than other elements. The benefit of the high technology comes when the thermostat is turned off and the element continues to radiate heat. It also reduces temperature swings by heating and cooling more evenly.
Safety. The large heating element and low watt density produce low surface temperatures making it very safe.
Thermal Cutout. A continuous capillary sensor extends the full length of the baseboard, turning the element off when an over temperature condition occurs. Automatically resets when the normal temperature returns.
Construction. Expansion noise is eliminated by welding the junction boxes and element hangers to the baseboard case. 20 gauge steel adds strength across the entire length of the baseboard.
Easy Installation. Mounting dimples located every inch above and below the element cover help to locate studs, and hold a nail or power screw steady during installation.
Quick Wiring. Identical junction boxes with knockouts in the rear, side and bottom allow the baseboard to be wired from either end. One screw makes quick access to the wiring compartment.
Exterior. Durable baked enamel finish.
Quiet. The low temperature element heats cleanly and quietly.
Whenever possible, the King Electric CB Series baseboard heaters should be placed on an outside perimeter wall under a window. This is due to the fact that the outside wall is usually the spot of greatest heat loss. The baseboard heater may sit directly on any floor surface including carpet. Do not allow carpet to block the air intake at bottom of the heater.
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