Lighthouse Ecoheat Tube Heaters
  • Heater group shot
  • 12740 lighthouse tube heater 45 watt 305m
  • 12745 lighthouse tube heater 80 watt 608mm
  • 12750 lighthouse 135 watt 915mm tube heater

Lighthouse Ecoheat Tube Heaters

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Choose your size and wattage:

1 ft (305mm) - 45 Watt

£19.95 £19.95
Lighthouse Ecoheat Tube Heaters
  • Heater group shot
  • 12740 lighthouse tube heater 45 watt 305m
  • 12745 lighthouse tube heater 80 watt 608mm
  • 12750 lighthouse 135 watt 915mm tube heater

Lighthouse Ecoheat Greenhouse Tube Heaters

The Lighthouse Tube Heater is a great way to help maintain a consistent climate in the grow area during difficult cooler months, creating even, radiated warmth for smaller sized grows, reducing the need for concentrated heat sources that can cause burning and safety issues.

  • Want to know more about how to grow in cold temperatures? - Check our blog
  • Helps to maintain a consistent climate
  • Raises temps without the need for a concentrated heat source
  • Far superior to cheaply made alternatives
  • Splash-resistant design
  • Tube heaters - low power consumption – very economical
  • Can be used safely with most timers
  • Super sturdy plastic feet
  • Can be mounted using screws a to a wall or floor
  • Add wireless thermostatic control with the Lighthouse Wireless Thermostat

 

Contains

1 x tube heater. Choose from the following sizes and wattages:

1 x 45 Watt / 305mm

1 x 80 Watt / 608mm

1 x 135 Watt / 915mm

How Lighthouse Ecoheat Tube Heaters Work

To grow successfully, you’re going to need to maintain a consistent environment. Plants thrive at temperatures of around 25-28 degrees centigrade during the ‘lights on’ period and around 18 degrees in darkness. As winter approaches, maintaining these temperatures can become difficult without some form of supplementary heating, especially during hours when lighting is switched off. For this reason, we recommend the use of a tube heater whenever readings drop below optimal levels.

These tube heaters are incredibly economical. Depending on the version, they run from just 45 watts, and radiate enough heat to warm up a small to medium sized space by a few degrees (depending on the external environment). Because it functions more similarly to a radiator than a heater, the end result is a consistent warming of the surrounding air, without a single point of excessive heat to damage plants or cause safety issues. The tube heaters are also splash-resistant, forming a sealed unit, unlike cheaper, and vastly inferior, alternatives which may even pose a safety hazard.

For complete control, the tube heater can be connected to a thermostat, so that, whenever the temperature drops below 18, it will kick into action. This way, consistent temperatures can be maintained with very little hassle.

How to use the Tube Heater

The tube heater is very simple to set-up and run. All that is required is for the unit to be plugged in and used in a sensible area away from liquids, ensuring that the outer edges of the heater make no contact with any external materials, such as tent fabric, plastic or plant matter.

One strategy to get the most from your tube heater during colder months is to schedule the heater to switch on as the lights turn off, at the beginning of the dark cycle. As heat from lighting equipment dissipates, the Lighthouse Ecoheat tube heaters will provide enough warmth to maintain temperatures in the correct range for small grows during dark hours. This will, of course, be dependent on the surroundings.