America saw one of the coldest seasons in January. The weather was so severe that Lake Michigan was completely frozen over. While it made for a stunning view and popular memes like ‘Lake Michigan looks something straight out of the movie The Day After Tomorrow,’ there were people who felt very cold.
All because they didn’t have the right tool to fight the cold. If you were also one of those, then you need to equip yourself with the right tools. And that right tool is SUNHEAT Nebraska Oak USA-1500. The best thing about it is that it is made in USA.
The Amish people are known for their simplicity. They rely less on technology and more on natural things. So you can only imagine how expert they must be when it comes to crafts. One fine example of their craftsmanship is SUNHEAT Nebraska Oak USA-1500. The electric portable infrared heater is made in USA.
An Amish craftsman handcrafts the top quality cabinet in which the heater is enclosed, in a small workshop in Minnesota. The craftsmen have been doing this work for centuries, and they have become quite expert when it comes to their work. First, solid hardwoods are locally grown. Then they are harvested by rural farmers. All that is done within 100 miles of the cabinet workshop. This process ensures customers that the wood that is being used to build the cabinet is of a top-notch quality.
Stain and ding proof finish on solid hardwoods are used to manufacture the top front and sides of this heater. The back is made by using a moderate density fiberboard. The board is built from recycled wood fibers.
And now, for the good news. The SUNHEAT Nebraska Oak USA-1500 is available in stock and will be shipped to your house without any cost.
The SUNHEAT Nebraska Oak USA-1500 Amish has the following features:
• Completely made in the USA
• A very durable and tough finish is used for the cabinets
• The product will provide heat up to 1000 square feet
• The cabinet is assembled by USA Cabinetry
• It remains cool to touch
• Washable air filter (washable)
• More free heat due to 4 times more copper
• The heat is safe and comfortable
• It comes with a direct wiring system
• Original Honeywell manual thermostat is provided
• It comes with a five years part and labor warranty
• The unit is absolutely safe to use, and it cannot start a fire
• It is safe to use anywhere
• It comes with a big, heavy and safe 7 ft. cord
• It has an appliance grade plug
It comes in three other finishes (not fully hardwood):
Following are its measurement specifications:
• Height: 17.5
• Width: 13
• Depth: 19
• Weight: 38
• Fuel Supply/Power: 120 V plug
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Q: What is the heating power of SUNHEAT USA-1500?
The SUNHEAT Infrared Heater can heat up to a space that varies between 800 and 1000. The heating element contains four infrared quartz tubes. Those tubes are encased inside of copper tube exchanges. A high-grade blower/fan is used to circulate the hot air around the room.
Q: What is the lifespan of the infrared tubes?
10K hours. The infrared tubes are rated to last for 10K hours. The designers and manufacturers behind the SUNHEAT have put a lot of effort into perfecting the infrared tubes. The fan, which does not make any noise at all, has a life expectancy of a staggering 150K hours.
Q: What are some other qualities in this product?
The product comes with air purifiers which are built-in. Aviation-grade components are used to make the Honeywell Thermostats. They are absolutely safe to use as they meet all the UL requirements and policies.
Q: I understand the cabinet is hand made, but where is the actual heater made? Are the parts made in the USA or made in China or like other countries and assembled here?
A: For the heater core, our sheet metal and 24 oz of pure copper is made in Seward, NE, cabinets in either MN or Lexington, NE, all packaging in Omaha, NE, cords and all wiring from MN, thermostats from Honeywell in North America (closest we could get to USA) and the production, strict quality control and testing and packing is all done in Grand Island, NE. Some of the parts (less than 5% of the cost of the unit) are sourced locally as well as overseas depending on what options we have. We try to get everything as close to home, if and when a product is built in our state or in the nation.