Titan 220 volt Heaters

rjohnson71December 6, 2012

I recently bought two old 220 volt Titan heaters. I don't have any pictures of them but I'm including a photo of a Titan heater that looks almost identical to mine. Can somebody tell me when these heaters were made?

This post was edited by rjohnson71 on Thu, Dec 6, 12 at 20:24

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energy_rater_la

no idea. just imagining how much your
utility bill will increase using this
type of heat to warm the house.

those electric strips sure eat up
electricity!

why not contact Titan and ask them?
model numbers will give some clue
as to age.

best of luck.

    Bookmark   December 7, 2012 at 3:18PM
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