70" Hydronic Electric Baseboard Heater (240 Volt - 1,500 Watts) Zoom

70" Hydronic Electric Baseboard Heater (240 Volt - 1,500 Watts)

SKU:HBB1504

Brand: Qmark

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Specs

Length (Inches): 70"
Voltage:
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240v
Wattage:
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1500
BTU Output: 5120
3839
Type: Baseboard Heater
Color: Navajo White
Model: Qmark HBB
Height: 8-3/8"
Application: Electric Heating
Features: Environmentally Safe Silicon Oil

Description for Qmark HBB1504

A sheathed electric heating element is totally immersed in a heat-transfer liquid and sealed in a heater-length copper tube. The large diameter reservoir maximizes the volume of heat storage fluid to prolong the thermal constant of the entire heater. Gentle heat keeps radiating even after the thermostat turns off because of the hydronic elements retention qualities.
GO-ANYWHERE DESIGN. The entire unit mounts flush to any wall and flat on any floor - wood, carpet or tile. The trim, three-inch thick functional design and low operating temperatures allow carpeting to be installed up to and around the baseboard.
QUALITY INSIDE AND OUT. Heavy-duty welded steel louvered grilles discourage insertion of foreign objects and direct heat outward into the room. Designer-style junction boxes are made of high-strength Lexan+ to resist scratches and wear marks. Built-in cut-off automatically shuts down the heater should any overheating occur.

70" Hydronic Electric Baseboard Heater (240 Volt - 1,500 Watts)

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        Most Liked Positive Review

         

        toasty bathroom

        I got it to supplement the heat in a cold Chicago master bathroom. We didn't want a noisy fan or a blower that would make you feel cold coming out of the shower. Read complete review

        I got it to supplement the heat in a cold Chicago master bathroom. We didn't want a noisy fan or a blower that would make you feel cold coming out of the shower.
        We got the 46"? one because we had high ceilings and two windows in this bathroom, but putting the thermostat on low or #1 is enough to make the bathoom, an adjacent changing room AND the master bedroom toasty. We probably could have gone with a smaller unit but we love it. We can also lower the nightime setting on the home thermostat and not heat the whole house throughout the night.

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        Good quality but has odor

        Installation went pretty well without too much trouble. Build quality is okay, there were some issues internally, some metal had to be bent as they seem to be damaged in shipping as opposed...Read complete review

        Installation went pretty well without too much trouble. Build quality is okay, there were some issues internally, some metal had to be bent as they seem to be damaged in shipping as opposed to a manufacturing issue. The only issue that I've noticed is that now two weeks after they've been on, there is still a strong odor of chemicals coming from the units. I'm hoping that after a period of time that burns off, my wife has real issues with these kinds of smells so I would not recommend this for chemically sensitive people. I would have given a five star review if the smell is not so strong.

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        4.0

        An Old Product from a Diffrent Source

        By Hutch

        from mountain foothills above Denver,CO

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        Comments about 94" Hydronic Electric Baseboard Heater (208 Volt - 2,000 Watts):

        This is an electric baseboard heater using an enclosed fluid to store and radiate heat. The advantage is that the surface temperature of the heater is lower than most electric heaters and distributes heat without using electricity after the heater reaches operating temperature.

         
        3.0

        Good quality but has odor

        By The Nipper

        from Cape Cod

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              Comments about 70" Hydronic Electric Baseboard Heater (240 Volt - 1,500 Watts):

              Installation went pretty well without too much trouble. Build quality is okay, there were some issues internally, some metal had to be bent as they seem to be damaged in shipping as opposed to a manufacturing issue. The only issue that I've noticed is that now two weeks after they've been on, there is still a strong odor of chemicals coming from the units. I'm hoping that after a period of time that burns off, my wife has real issues with these kinds of smells so I would not recommend this for chemically sensitive people. I would have given a five star review if the smell is not so strong.

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              4.0

              nice an warm heater

              By Bowhunter

              from catskill mountains new york

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                    Comments about 58" Hydronic Electric Baseboard Heater (120 Volt - 1,250 Watts):

                    I use the heater all day . works great. still waiting for the utility bill to tell the whole story.

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                    5.0

                    A big fan of hydronic baseboard heat

                    By Bob

                    from Chesapeake, Virginia

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                          Comments about 34" Hydronic Electric Baseboard Heater (240 Volt - 750 Watts):

                          Great and efficient heat especially when it is controlled by a proportional thermostat. I have this heat in my entire 3,000 sf house. I replaced an old system of hot water baseboard heat powered by an oil furnace. No more dirty boiler in my garage that produced a coat of black soot on everything over the years. In addition, i saved over $1,000 per year. They have a lifetime warranty, but only if the manufacturer does not go out of business as the one I originally purchased from did. This unit was almost identical to the one I replaced.

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                          4.0

                          performed well

                          By Bill

                          from New York

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                                Comments about 70" Hydronic Electric Baseboard Heater (120 Volt - 1,500 Watts):

                                Performed as specified. Good installation instructions.

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                                5.0

                                Works and Looks great !

                                By RangerMan

                                from MT

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                                      Comments about 34" Hydronic Electric Baseboard Heater (120 Volt - 750 Watts):

                                      installed fairly easy, looks quality and operates as described. PEX seems to be a very good company

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                                      4.0

                                      94" inch hydronic elec. heaters

                                      By Paul M

                                      from Suffern NY

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                                            Comments about 94" Hydronic Electric Baseboard Heater (240 Volt - 2,000 Watts):

                                            I installed 2 94" hydronic heaters ar the opposite and far ends of my house. They through off an amazing amount of heat , so much so the oil burner now runs about 25% of the time as opposed to rarely shutting off in below freezing temps.. They send the heat to the center of the house where the main thermostat is and as a result the temp. in the rooms where the heaters are is the same as the setting for the oil burner heat. I expect to save a lot of oil to more than off set the electric, not to mention the entire house is now useable, whereas before the had to shut the farthest rooms down as the oilburner never shut off.. I wired them 220 volts for savings on operational costs,I am very happy about these heaters and better yet the cost as measured against the results is very nominable especially as compated to other options such as gas logs... also maintenanc free and quiet...

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                                            5.0

                                            ideal for heating small roooms

                                            By Pete

                                            from Clayton Nc

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                                                  Comments about 28" Hydronic Electric Baseboard Heater (120 Volt - 500 Watts):

                                                  heating a small bath room

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                                                  5.0

                                                  HYDRONIC ELECTRIC BASEBOARD HEATER

                                                  By Jack of all trades

                                                  from Rayland, Ohio

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                                                        Comments about 58" Hydronic Electric Baseboard Heater (240 Volt - 1,250 Watts):

                                                        We liked the easy installation. Also the residual heat from the liquid filled heater. Heater stays
                                                        warm long after it reaches desired temperature. Great product; would recommend it for its efficiency.

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                                                        4.0

                                                        Too much heat. Better than anticipated.

                                                        By Billy Bob

                                                        from Salt Lake CIty, UT

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                                                              Comments about 58" Hydronic Electric Baseboard Heater (240 Volt - 1,250 Watts):

                                                              These heaters work better than we anticipated. They give off too much heat. We use them at their lowest settings. Only problem is that the thermostat cannot be wall mounted. We have to bend over under a counter to adjust the heat.

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                                                              • 34" Hydronic Electric Baseboard Heater (240 Volt - 750 Watts)

                                                                Q:

                                                                I have a 780 sq. ft house in central maine. It has great insulation and windows. I want to install backup electric baseboard heating it needs to keep house approx. 65 degrees when 15 degrees outside. What do I need as far as btu s or watts.
                                                                Asked on 7/8/2013 by nate from United States

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                                                                • VERIFIED BUYER

                                                                  A:

                                                                  There is a conversion factor for calculating watts needed for heating square footage of a space. You're going to need at least 2500-3000 watts, if not more for that much space and that much temperature elevation. Installing solar panels might also be necessary to keep your electric bill from skyrocketing.
                                                                  I decided against heating the entire house with these units and went with a mini-split heat pump system which also gave us A/C in the summer, too.

                                                                  Answered on 7/9/2013 by Anonymous
                                                              • 34" Hydronic Electric Baseboard Heater (240 Volt - 750 Watts)

                                                                Q:

                                                                We are building a workshop outside our Utah home and are looking at the QMark 34" Hydronic baseboard 24 volts. We plan on connecting three units(one on each wall). Space is 12 x 16 with insulation on walls and ceiling (cement floor). Can the units be connected to one thermostat? How many amps will we need?
                                                                Asked on 10/3/2012 by Bill from Salt Lake City

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                                                                • VERIFIED BUYER

                                                                  A:

                                                                  These are not 24 volt units. I don't think I would choose this type of unit for primary source of heat. Watts divided by voltage equals amps. Do no exceed thermostat rating.
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                                                                  Answered on 10/3/2012 by Anonymous
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                                                                  Amps are calculated by dividing watts by volts. In your case you have a grand total of 2250 watts so divide that by 240 and you get a little under 10 amps. You should be able to get by nicely with a 20 amp 240 volt breaker. A single thermostat will work just fine, just wire the three units in series with the power to the first of the series going through the thermostat. I am not an electrician so you probably should verify this with a qualified professional.

                                                                  Answered on 10/3/2012 by Anonymous
                                                              • 70" Hydronic Electric Baseboard Heater (240 Volt - 1,500 Watts)

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                                                                When mounted on the wall, which end of the unit has access to the wiring, the left or the right?
                                                                Asked on 9/15/2012 by Andy from Upper Lisle, NY

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                                                                • VERIFIED BUYER

                                                                  A:

                                                                  Either end. Instructions show how.

                                                                  Answered on 9/15/2012 by Anonymous
                                                                • VERIFIED BUYER

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                                                                  These units can be wired from either end. Roundjohn

                                                                  Answered on 9/15/2012 by Anonymous
                                                                • VERIFIED BUYER

                                                                  A:

                                                                  Either end.

                                                                  Answered on 9/15/2012 by Anonymous
                                                              • 94" Hydronic Electric Baseboard Heater (240 Volt - 2,000 Watts)

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                                                                Do I have to wire this unit directly into electrical service or can I install standard plug on wires and plug into 110?
                                                                Asked on 8/20/2012 by Jim from Lakewood, Colo.

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                                                                  You will need to connect the unit directly into the electrical service. If you install a standard plug and plug into 110 you’ll fry the unit.

                                                                  Answered on 8/20/2012 by Anonymous
                                                                • VERIFIED BUYER

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                                                                  This is a 240 volt unit if you order the 110 volt then the answer is yes
                                                                  pick up a heavy duty appliance cord rated at 15 amp i would also recomend
                                                                  getting the thermostat.

                                                                  Answered on 8/20/2012 by Anonymous
                                                                • VERIFIED BUYER

                                                                  A:

                                                                  The item description says it is a 240 volt unit, so I don't think you could plug into 110 outlet and make it work properly. But you should be able to attach a cord properly rated for 220 and plug into a properly installed 220 outlet.

                                                                  Answered on 8/20/2012 by Anonymous
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                                                                  Must be direct wired to 240 service

                                                                  Answered on 8/22/2012 by Anonymous
                                                              • 46" Hydronic Electric Baseboard Heater (120 Volt - 1000 Watts)

                                                                Q:

                                                                what is the correct thermostat to buy with HBB1000. Please give specific choices. Thanks.
                                                                Asked on 5/30/2012 by Newbie from Dayton, OH

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                                                                  A:

                                                                  I use the first thermostat. Great product had the cheap turn knob Honeywell thermostat not as precise as this one. The internals would heat up from the current draw and throw off the room readings. The first choice is easy to install and very reliable can handle up to 3000 watts and then some. The #2 choice link is for a selection of honeywell line volt thermostats for electric heat.
                                                                  1) 7 Day Programmable Line Volt Thermostat for Electric Heating
                                                                  SKU:TH115-A-240D-BBrand: Honeywell
                                                                  2) http://www.pexsupply.com/Honeywell-Thermostats-283000

                                                                  Answered on 5/30/2012 by Anonymous
                                                              • 94" Hydronic Electric Baseboard Heater (208 Volt - 2,000 Watts)

                                                                Q:

                                                                I built an addition of 900 sq.ft. I would like to put these in the family room (13x18) and bedroom (14x15). What sizes do i need to properly heat the rooms in western NY
                                                                Asked on 4/4/2012 by Dan from Jamestown, NY

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                                                                  A:

                                                                  One of these units would be sufficient for each room if they require approximately 30 BTUs per square foot. This is very possible in a new construction, even in a cold climate, but a heat loss calculation would be necessary to find out for sure.

                                                                  Answered on 4/5/2012 by PexSupply Staff from NY
                                                              • 94" Hydronic Electric Baseboard Heater (240 Volt - 2,000 Watts)

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                                                                HOW DOES THE COST PER DAY COMPARE AN WITH HYDRONIC ELECTRIC BASEBOARD HEATER VS A REGULAR STRAIGHT ELECTRIC BASEBOARD HEATER?
                                                                Asked on 2/27/2012 by PAM from FLY CREEK, NY 13337

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                                                                • VERIFIED BUYER

                                                                  A:

                                                                  I don't have any idew this heater might compare to a regular one,
                                                                  since this is the only electric heater I have in the house. We have it
                                                                  in our second-floor bathroom on a programable thermostat and I can say
                                                                  that the room is comfortable when we need it to be comfortable.

                                                                  Answered on 2/28/2012 by Another PexSupply Customer
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                                                                  A:

                                                                  I can't compare it to other baseboard heaters, but I can tell you that
                                                                  I've found the Pex, which is the only kind of heat I have in my home, to
                                                                  be economical & extremely comfortable. I got these heaters because of
                                                                  my pleasant experiences with de Longhi oil-filled portable radiators.

                                                                  Answered on 2/28/2012 by Another PexSupply Customer
                                                              • 70" Hydronic Electric Baseboard Heater (120 Volt - 1,500 Watts)

                                                                Q:

                                                                how large is the area that a 5120 btu hydronic unit heat?
                                                                Asked on 1/18/2012 by frustrated from west Virginia

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                                                                  A:

                                                                  It depends on the BTU requirement of the space. Factors such as climate and insulation quality play a major role in determining this number. You may want to try our BTU Calculator (see link below) to get an estimate.

                                                                  http://www.pexsupply.com/pex/control/BTUCalculator

                                                                  Answered on 1/19/2012 by PexSupply Staff from NY
                                                              • 58" Hydronic Electric Baseboard Heater (208 Volt - 1,250 Watts)

                                                                Q:

                                                                I am plannning on replacing several 24 year old resistive electric baseboard heaters with this type of product.They will be used in 2 second story bedrooms and one small bathroom as supplemental heat on cold nights in my log home. How do I determine what length heaters to get?
                                                                Asked on 1/9/2012 by Anonymous from Canandaigua NY

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                                                                  A:

                                                                  That will be based on the BTU-load required to heat the space.

                                                                  Answered on 1/12/2012 by PexSupply Staff from NY
                                                              • 94" Hydronic Electric Baseboard Heater (240 Volt - 2,000 Watts)

                                                                Q:

                                                                How many amps are required to run the 2000 watt unit?
                                                                Asked on 12/28/2011 by Jake from Rio Rancho,NM

                                                                1 answer

                                                                • A:

                                                                  The 2000 Watt unit (HBB2004) requires 8.3 Amps.

                                                                  Answered on 1/6/2012 by Anonymous from None
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