I quickly install the Dyna-Glo X7500W shop heater, it was very easy to install and works great with an insulated 2 car garage, although it heats the garage without insulation, we tried it with and without drywall and insulation, (just runs more without obviously but works either way), I recommend this for this size workspace but not smaller, this seems just right for me. consider subscribing and using an affiliate link below, you won't be charged any more and you will be supporting the channel in a small way .
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So this is the dyna glow, x series, uh, 7, 500 electric garage.
Heater, a couple of louvers up front.
Here are adjustable it's, a digital display on the front.
A single, screw in the front will drop the base plate down there, exposing the electronics there's, a couple of knockouts here for your wiring.
This is a hardwire unit.
So we're gonna pull this base off and check it out there's, a simple wiring diagram.
Right? There looks pretty easy to me.
Those will be your power ground, there's, a one and two for an external thermostat.
If you choose to do so so if if it has the external thermostat like that, you can hook this up to like a nest or any kind of, you know, modern type external thermostat, digital or whatnot.
They have apps.
So you can hook up to your phone anything, uh.
So we're just going to use, uh, l1 and l2 run some power.
And then run run the ground that's.
Power power ground, I'll, get this hooked up.
So I had this, uh, dyna glow, heater on for about about eight minutes or so.
Now it was 35 degrees out here when I turned it on probably about eight minutes ago now, it's, uh, it's, saying, it's about 44.
This was the dyna glow, x-series 7500, electric 240, volt garage shop, heater.
This heater works very well, we're still in the process of insulating and drywalling our garage.
But I mean for our little two car garage, it's 35 degrees out.
And it is already 50 up there.
I mean, of course, down here, it's going to be a little bit cooler, but uh, stuff it's, very effective for the price.
It was to me.
It was very affordable.
I'll put a link.
Of course, in the in the description check out the information for yourself, but it does come with this little that's, a basic remote.
But it works.
Well enough for me, it'll work across the uh, the garage here you can feel the wind on the other side of the garage it's supposed to be hardwired.
I put a plug in here temporarily because I am like I said, we're, still, uh, insulating and drywalling.
The garage these super bright led lights.
I will put in the description also they're, very bright.
And we just installed the air hose and the retractable power extension cord, three, prong or three plug at the end.
So those are awesome.
Both both retractable.
So the garage is coming together.
I have to do some brake work on this old prius here, but it's way across on this side of the garage.
You can feel the wind coming out of that heater.
There were other heaters that were pricier, but I don't know, uh what they offered that this didn't.
This seems to we've had it for two days now and it's worked great so far.
I mean, heats this garage up and we're not insulated yet.
I was using the uh little kerosene heater down there, but working around gas and everything I don't know, the open flame is not not the ideal situation so we're getting away from that.
And that right, there is not having any issue heating this garage up without insulation.
So it'll be a lot better with insulation.
We have an insulated garage door.
So that does help all right now that the heater is off.
You can see that there's a few ways you can pivot this from the top finger, screw there, there's, one on each side, you can unscrew that and use those points to uh pivot, the whole unit.
And also the louvers there in front move easy.
And there are springs to help reduce, you know vibration and to keep it where you, uh, where you put it at digital display works nice.
And I think there's also a fan only mode.
So, uh, that's, good, too, just having a fan up high to blow warm air down is a good thing.
Uh, celsius fahrenheit.
You can change that so it's, 12, uh, 12 celsius, right now, 53 fahrenheit.
And then, of course, you have controls on the uh digital display.
There there's a timer and uh, you just heat up and heat down simpler operation.
It was very easy to install.
You can see up there.
I lost a uh, one of the bolts that came with it.
I just used a deck screw for now, but I'll end up getting a bolt at some point, maybe it's, not very it's, not very heavy.
And like, I said, there's that single screw right up front you'll, just take that off.
And this folds right down it's, very easy to wire if you've ever wired anything like a a stove or a dryer or anything it's along the same lines as anything like that.
If you don't feel comfortable, uh doing that yourself hire an electrician, of course, enough volts to hurt you.
It does come with a a manual and I'm sure it's, very well, uh, put together.
So if you want to use the manual, I would suggest using that it looks like there's a high and low also.
So it gets, uh.
It warms up fast.
And then it turns to a lower setting.
So there is a high and low on this it's 5600 watt.
I think and the 7500 watt.
But like I said, I'll, put the link in the description, even if you don't use that link to purchase purchase this, uh, here, you can use that link to find out information and then purchase it on your own.
You know, shop around or whatever if you want so thanks for watching and consider subscribing.
This thing is working really awesome for my my shop here just got a lot of projects always a bunch of projects to work on just in here, uh, putting the garage sink in installing the garage, sink, putting the faucet it's all in the faucet.
I don't know if you guys are, uh, I don't watch a whole bunch of youtube, but I'm watching creo, sam english right now in english.
I don't know how you exactly say it.
But if you haven't seen this channel, it's it's, a fun fun channel to watch.
They do a bunch of uh, excursions.
They go explore stuff, rebuild some like rehab, some old, uh, flats, super cool.
Enjoying my heat out in the garage with the dyna glow.
X-Series 7, 500.
got the car over here, working on the car and stuff installing new lights installed power and air an old tv up.
There it's been sitting in the basement for years because it was broken.
But some people do the work's good enough in the garage check out that channel let's go really cool.
Well, these are super simple to assemble.
These are just the feet for your legs here.
It does come a little instruction manual, but there's not much to it to see these just slide right in here, the legs, then your feet just go in here.
And you can level with these feet, install them like this, and then just use your feet or the bolts to slide it up and down a little bit sometimes through these uh legs on here.
Now these sides indicate the car that there are some people somebody passing by something they draw and change, and they will find out well.
What should I say the dribrations turn out to be just awesome all right? So it's, not pretty.
But the sink is installed here I'll just run some water lines.
So the soldiers must be like all this story will be good enough to wash them.
Hands, wash them apart.
They make it densely.
So that is the russian come together, get our insulation and drywall done.
This is our little garage, drive-in setup, sometimes we'll come out here and sit down for an hour half an hour or so and just watch a couple clips or a little video movie.
So I'll put a link in the description for the laundry tub.
Here, that's, what they're calling it laundry tub.
I just use it for a shop, sink, the uh, air, hose flexzilla and the extension or the retractable power cord from flexzilla, dyna glow, x series, 7, 500 garage shop here you.
Lightweight and easy to carry, the EG7500DGP provides 25,589 BTUs while efficiently heating areas up 750-sq ft.What size breaker do I need for a 7500 watt garage heater? ›
The proper circuit size for the 7500w heater would be (1.2 * 7500w) / 240v = 37.5 amps (40 amp).How much does it cost to run a 7500 watt garage heater? ›
Lastly, High will pull the full 7,500 watts and will be around $1.09/hr. Low mode only draws about 15% less energy than high, so I found the savings to be moot when the heat put out feels like about half. In the 2 hours we ran it, the cost averaged out to about $0.15 per degree raised from 41 degrees.How many watts does a Dyna Glo heater use? ›
4,800-Watt 240-Volt Electric Garage Heater.How many square feet will 750 watt heater heat? ›
|Calculating Square Footage & Wattage for Heating|
|Square Footage of Your Space||Wattage|
|75 sq. ft.||750 watts|
|100 sq. ft.||1,000 watts|
|125 sq. ft.||1,250 watts|
|Room Size (Sq Ft with 8 foot ceiling)||Watts (Poor Insulation)||Watts (Avg Insulation)|
|20 square feet||250||250|
|40 square feet||500||500|
|60 square feet||750||750|
|80 square feet||1000||1000|
Of course, because most of the time an electric garage heater has a higher wattage requirement, and usually requires a 240-volt outlet, you can expect your heating bill to be much higher than it needs to be.Is it expensive to run an electric heater in the garage? ›
Garage heaters can be expensive to run, depending on the size and fuel type. For a 30,000 BTU heater, an electric heater will cost $0.80 per hour to run, a propane heater $0.70 per hour, and a natural gas heater $0.28 per hour.How much does it cost to run a 750 watt heater for 24 hours? ›
|Heater Power||Cost per Hour||Cost for 24 Hours|
|Area Heated (Sq. Ft.)||1350||Color|
|Portable Heater Features||No Additional Features||Portable Heater Safety Features|
|Power/Fuel Type||Propane||Product Weight (lb.)|
|Run time (hours)||14 hr|
The Dyna-Glo 23,800 BTU indoor kerosene heater is the ultimate in convection supplemental heating solutions, powerful enough to heat an area up to 1,000 square feet. It's high efficiency burner creates an awesome warmth, that radiates out 360 degrees in all directions for 11 hours on one tank of fuel.Is a Dyna-Glo as good as Mr Heater? ›
Both are very well tested by UL Labs, so if installed properly and recommended clearances are followed, they each will be safe. In my opinion, I lean towards mr heater for items off the shelf so to speak. They have decent consistency in most of their products. Dyna-glo makes a range of quality.How many BTU is 7500 watts? ›
25590 BTU of heating output is sure to keep your area nice and warm. Impressive 7500 watts at 600 volts.What size heater do I need for 2000 sq ft house? ›
|Room/Area Size||BTU Capacity||Type|
|1,500 sq ft||68,000-82,000 BTU||Average Home|
|2,000 sq ft||90,000-110,000 BTU||Guest House|
|2,500 sq ft||113,000-137,000 BTU||Large Home|
|3,000 sq ft||135,000-165,000 BTU||One Zone – Large Home|
A 1,500-square-foot home will require between 45,000 to 90,000 BTUs. A 1,800-square-foot home will require between 55,000 to 110,000 BTUs. A 2,100-square-foot home will require between 65,000 to 125,000 BTUs.How big of a heater do I need for 800 square feet? ›
|APPROX. SQ.FT.||RECOMMENDED INSULATION|
|Up to 400||18,000 BTU|
|Up to 600||27,000 BTU|
|Up to 800||36,000 BTU|
|Up to 1000||45,000 BTU|