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Load is 2.2 KW. 220 heater uses 10A (220X10 = 2200 W = 2.2 KW) 110 heaters use 22A (10X22 = 2200 W = 2.2 KW). Electricity companies charge per Kilowatt, so, theoretically, you pay the same.
You pay for the energy you use, and that is measured in kilowatt-hours. So if you have a 2 kW heater it doesn't matter about the voltage - provided the heater is run at its correct voltage as marked on the rear plate. A 2 kW heater uses 2 units (kilowatt-hours) for each hour it is switched on, which costs about £0.30 or $0.30.
Cost is based on watts not voltage...pkazsr
Power = Volts x Amps. Hence 1kW is irrelevant of voltage.
Indirect water heaters are one of the most energy efficient, low cost water heaters on the market today. It stores 40 gallons of water for the cost of $0.05 per day.
While tankless water heaters are significantly more efficient than traditional water heaters, it can take up to 22 years to break even on the cost, due to the initial expense of the tankless water heater itself. Unfortunately, by the time the tankless water heater starts to pay for itself, it will likely have exceeded its 20-year lifespan. http://www.consumerreports.org/cro/appliances/heating-cooling-and-air/water-heaters/tankless-water-heaters/overview/tankless-water-heaters-ov.htm
To answer this question a total wattage of the heaters and the cost per kilowatt hour must be stated. The cost per kilowatt hour can be obtained from your Ontario Hydro bill. Multiply the total wattage by the length of time in hours that the heaters are in operation. This will give you the cost of operation of the heaters.
No. Sounds like a fairly hazardous thing to try as well. If it's to use a heater in the US, then buy a US heater at a lower cost than any adaptor that might do the job for you. If it's to use on a UK building site that has 110V but doesn't have 240V, it breaks all the rules because you end up with 240V where you shouldn't.
The cost for ceramic heaters vary according to brands and sizes. You can buy them at Walmart or online at Ebay.
Tankless water heaters are produced by a wide range of manufacturers. The Rheem tankless water heater has a cost range from the mid fifteen hundreds to over two thousand dollars.
The average cost of household water heaters is around four hundred dollars. For a solar powered heater you will pay closer to one thousand dollars but save a great deal on energy costs.
There are many gas pool heaters. Most are efficient and cost less to run than electric heating.
Electical Wall Heaters start at $200 for installation. This cost can vary depending on the contrator that you will be working with.
Holmes Heaters vary in price depending on the heater you choose but average around the $40 to $50 mark. They can be purchased online from their own website or from stores such as Amazon.