Question about Patton Electric Patton PUH680-U Electric Utility Heater 1500-Watt
Am using it to heat an insulated space about 10 feet by 6 feet.
1500 watts is 1.5 kilowatts. Run it for 1 hour and you have 1.5 kilowatt hours. My electricity costs .08 per kilowatt hour so, when I run my 1500 watt space heater, it costs me a whopping .12 per hour to operate. I can afford 12 cents per hour, compared to oil at $3.50 per gallon and a burner that burns up to 3 gallons per hour.
Posted on Dec 23, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This heater was the determined cause of my total loss house fire. I thought the company would atleast help me find some where else to live, they seem to care. But, as of lately they are doing nothing.
I am told this heater-(prh11- 2008 model- purchased at walmart for about $27.00)
- Had wiring that wasn't up to standards
-1/10,000 units cause fires
-something wrong with the heating element-stops working
- wouldn't stand level
-fires like mine have happened to a few other people
This came directly from a person at Jarden corporation(aka patton-sunbeam)
Posted on Sep 08, 2009
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