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A heavy duty plastic round heater that is great in cold climates. It is a continuous heater that stays on all the time, regardless of the outside temperature. Each unit has a small red light that goes on when it is plugged in and in this way, if for some reason your unit is not working or the power is off, you know at a glance. Power source is 120 V, power consumption is 16 W. Both units are 7 1/2 IN. in diameter. They are 1 1/4 IN. high and come with a 6 FT. cord and two prong plug. Good for just about any drinker, from a gallon to 2.5 gallons. Should you like to control the heat, we would suggest a Thermo Cube-Cold Weather double plug. The #2188 goes on when the temperature drops to 20 degrees and shuts off when the temperature goes to 30 degrees and above. The maximum temperature that the Heavy Duty Heaters will reach is between 75 degrees and 86 degrees. HEAVY DUTY PLASTIC HEATER 7 1/2


  • 5
    tres difficile a trouver

    Posted by gilberto del pol on Jan 8th 2024

    tres bon service

  • 5
    water heater

    Posted by Charles Drenth on Dec 25th 2022

    Works like a champ even at 8 deg. Never have a frozen waterer.

  • 5
    heavy duty plastic heater

    Posted by gilberto del pol on Feb 22nd 2022

    i sell 2 types of drinker i also sell feed and many accesories very popular in quebec and ontario with over 700 homer racers

  • 5

    Posted by Kevin Rowe on Dec 8th 2021

    Works great and easily sanitized. Plugged it into a thermo cube and now, no more frozen water during cold Michigan winters.

  • 5
    Works exactly as advertised

    Posted by Evelyn Fewster on Apr 16th 2021

    Bought this for my birds' first winter in their loft for my 1/2 gal drinker. Will probably have to get a new one this coming winter for my new larger waterer - but this definitely did the job. No ice in the water, keeping it nice and drinkable for the pidges. Seems to be quite sturdy to my untrained eye, too.