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New Design Released November 2017!
- The new version warms up to 75 cubic feet (vs 32)
- Heating element now 300 Watts (vs. 150)
- A fan has been added. This will help circulate the heat. (Older versions had no fan)
The Hound Heater Plus Dog House Furnace by Akoma will keep your dogs house warm all winter long.
The estimated temperature settings range from 32ºF to 50ºF on Low to Medium setting and from 50ºF to 80ºF on the Medium to High setting. Most people set the Hound Heater just above medium. The Heater features a spring made of heavy duty stainless steel that surrounds the 7 foot cord. This spring protects the cord from the most stubborn chewers. The Hound Heater Dog House Furnace Deluxe comes with an unparalleled long lasting heating element to provide your pet an ideal home temperature during all the year, no matter the outer temperature.
It is very simple to mount on a standard pet house and grants your dog an ideal climatic atmosphere all year round! It is able to heat an insulated dog house of up to 75 cubic. Need to know your cubic feet? Measure L x W x H.
Note: Insulation of your pets house and whether it has a door flap can affect results. Designed for wall mounting only.
- Made of 16 Gauge heavy duty powder coated steel
- 3 prong-7 foot industrial cord with stainless steel cord
- No sharp edges
- Replaceable thermostat with 100,000 on/off cycles
- Top quality internal and external heat shields
- Long–lasting 300 watt heating element (replaceable)
- Fan to better circulate the heat
- Capable of heating an insulated dog house of up to 75 cubic. Your cubic feet? Measure L x W x H
- Thermostatically controlled to preserve a constant ideal temperature
- Adjusts from about 32 to 80 degrees F. (0 to 26.6 degrees C)
- Energy efficient-Heats only when needed
- Hound Heater Dimensions: 10.5” x 10” x 4.5”
- Unit Weight: 6 pounds
- Heating Element: 300 watts
- Voltage - 120V 60Hz
- One-year Limited Warranty
- USA Small Business-Minnesota
- Hound Heater Furnace Unit
- Mounting Template
- Mounting Instructions