Unlike hot air blowers, most hot air heaters will only provide you with the heating element; therefore, you'll need to have an external source of air supply. While the external source of air adds a layer of complexity to the heating system design, you get the freedom of creating the system to your detailed design.
Just so, which type of room heaters are best?
Convection heaters generate heat instantly which is pushed out with a fan. They are very economical in price but high on energy consumption with around 2000 watts. Oil filled heaters are best suited for large room. They are most expensive of all three types but can help you save on electricity bills.
Furthermore, which room heater is best halogen or fan?
You can buy an Oil Heater if you have a large room or office to heat up. Quartz Heater is typically 800 watts and more prone to failure. The tubes fail and you will need to replace them. Blowers are decent and can last for years but heating is better with Halogen Heaters in comparison to blowers.
Do room heaters reduce oxygen?
Room heaters burn oxygen and reduce the humidity in the air. This is the case with fan based convection room heaters and halogen room heaters. Burning of oxygen leads to potential oxygen levels drop and leads to suffocation.
Why blower is not good for health?
Heaters and blowers tend to dry the moisture in the air. This can, in turn, dry your baby's skin and nasal passages. In extreme cases, dry air can lead to itchy skin and nose bleeds. To prevent the air from drying, you can humidify it with a steamer or humidifier.