Yes, of course. I'm talking about resistive electric heating units,
like the one in the link provided. Companies try to market some of
them as unique marvels of efficiency. All resistive electric heaters
have the same efficiency. The only difference is that the blowers
consume some electricity in some models. Electricity through a
resistance producing heat is pretty much just physics.
At 10:21 AM 11/6/2008, Doug Braun wrote:
>That's actually what a heat pump does. it essentially
>"borrows" heat from outside, even though it is colder
>--- Steven Trovato <email@example.com> wrote:
> Just realize that they haven't invented any
> > magic that will
> > make that heater put out more than 400W worth of
> > heat.
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