It’s Global Cooling Time! (Not Global Warming & Especially Not Man Made Global Warning-AGW)

Looking at the latest Sea Temperaturres we’re well on our way to a drastic drop in temperatures.

Joe Bastardi: Coming Cooling Will Be Coldest Since Early 90s

Joe Bastardi’s latest video here says the coming La Nina-related cooling will be the coldest since the Pinatubo cooling in the early 1990s!!!!!!!!!!

We are working hard to become experts in pipe heating cable, so we can help you keep your pipes from freezing.  As we saw last winter, the last time the Earth got this cold many of these water pipes did not exist yet.  One customer called from Texas and said that his entire recently built neighborhood has community water pipes that are ABOVE GROUND for several feet before entering the houses!!!!

More evidence this month of Solar forced cooling

We are rapidly improving our pipe heating cable selection,  inventory, webpages, prices and knowledge to help you keep your pipes from freezing.
Joe Bastardi from accuweather.com is making dramatic Global Cooling forecasts on his blog today: http://bit.ly/9Q6Evg and the evidence is with him. Arctic temperatures today took another drop. Hathaway continues to revise down the sunspot number forecast. NOAA’s 6 month forecast is very cold: http://www.cpc.noaa.gov/products/analysis_monitoring/lanina/images3/glbT2mSea.gif. Maybe substantial cooling has set in and deepening and for a long time to come. This winter will be very cold and snowy!  And that is without the Katla volcano.
Joe Bastardi
MONDAY 11:30 PM
GLOBAL TEMPS GO BELOW LAST YEAR!
For the first time this year, the global temps have retreated below last years level.
REMEMBER WHERE YOU HEARD ABOUT GLOBAL COOLING.
For quite a while now, I have doing a lot to show how the models are now seeing what I started forecasting several months ago, as far as the La Nina and the coming global cooling.

Roof and Gutter Heating Cable is easier to install in the Summer and Fall

If your home is at risk of water damage from Ice Dams on your roof caused by snow melting and refreezing, now is the time to start dealing with the problem, which can occur as early as October or November in many areas.  There are many ways to try to eliminate the problem of ice dams on your roof and if you choose Roof and Gutter Heating Cables, they are a little harder to install when it is cold outside.  They are a little less flexible when temperatures are near or below freezing.  And hands and fingers don’t work as well and standing on a ladder with a cold biting wind is not ideal either.  Shingles don’t lift up as easy to put the roof clips on.  If the snow comes then you would have to roof rake it off before installing cable.  If an ice dam does form, then you will not be able to install the cables while it is present.  We have alot of desperate customers in the winter months that order their cable rush and are scrambling trying to save their house.  They are probably throwing the cable on top of the ice hoping it will melt down through and are probably throwing salt, etc. up there too, and chipping away at the ice as well.  All of these techniques are in too late desperation and some can cause roof damage.

Many meteorologists are predicting many winters to come that are much snowier than normal, similar or worse than the 1970’s.  The Sun continues an incredible lull and scientists are quite amazed. It is probably the most closely watched solar phenomenon ever and this deep of a solar minimum has not been seen since the early 1800’s Dalton minimum (some call it a Little Ice Age.)

You can start researching Roof Heat Trace at http://www.heatersplus.com/roofs.htm now and we are here to help you when you call 1-800-442-2581.  Most of our customers use the least expensive EasyHeat ADKS cable at http://www.heatersplus.com/easyheat.htm or the similar Danfoss or Wrap-On.  The better EasyHeat PSR cable is an excellent commercial grade cable that is self-regulating. It requires that the clips be nailed or screwed under your shingles, but if you are looking for a cable that will last for many, many years it is worth considering.

Roof and Gutter Heating Cable is easier to install in the Summer and Fall

If your home is at risk of water damage from Ice Dams on your roof caused by snow melting and refreezing, now is the time to start dealing with the problem, which can occur as early as October or November in many areas.  There are many ways to try to eliminate the problem of ice dams on your roof and if you choose Roof and Gutter Heating Cables, they are a little harder to install when it is cold outside.  They are a little less flexible when temperatures are near or below freezing.  And hands and fingers don’t work as well and standing on a ladder with a cold biting wind is not ideal either.  Shingles don’t lift up as easy to put the roof clips on.  If the snow comes then you would have to roof rake it off before installing cable.  If an ice dam does form, then you will not be able to install the cables while it is present.  We have alot of desperate customers in the winter months that order their cable rush and are scrambling trying to save their house.  They are probably throwing the cable on top of the ice hoping it will melt down through and are probably throwing salt, etc. up there too, and chipping away at the ice as well.  All of these techniques are in too late desperation and some can cause roof damage.

Many meteorologists are predicting many winters to come that are much snowier than normal, similar or worse than the 1970’s.  The Sun continues an incredible lull and scientists are quite amazed. It is probably the most closely watched solar phenomenon ever and this deep of a solar minimum has not been seen since the early 1800’s Dalton minimum (some call it a Little Ice Age.)

You can start researching Roof Heat Trace at http://www.heatersplus.com/roofs.htm now and we are here to help you when you call 1-800-442-2581.  Most of our customers use the least expensive EasyHeat ADKS cable at http://www.heatersplus.com/easyheat.htm or the similar Danfoss or Wrap-On.  The better EasyHeat PSR cable is an excellent commercial grade cable that is self-regulating. It requires that the clips be nailed or screwed under your shingles, but if you are looking for a cable that will last for many, many years it is worth considering.

EasyHeat Heating Cable Systems

EasyHeat Heating Cable Systems: “EasyHeat’s cable products: Proper pipe temperatures, free-flowing roof gutters, warm floors and safer sidewalks.

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EasyHeat Heating Cable Systems

EasyHeat Heating Cable Systems: “EasyHeat’s cable products: Proper pipe temperatures, free-flowing roof gutters, warm floors and safer sidewalks.

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Going Green? Use Electric Infrared and/or Zoned Heaters

We have some customers telling us that they are very interested in many types of electric heaters, because they can be powered by their renewable energy. Green, clean electricity is being produced at their home or business from solar/wind/fuel cells, etc. to replace fossil fuels such as Natural Gas/Heating Oil/Propane.  They are also looking to reduce their dependence on fuels that have price volatility, depending on local markets or even the middle east (propane and heating oil are made from or are by-products of crude oil).  The same electric heating systems, when connected to the local utility can be powered by larger installations of green energy or even nuclear, which has no air pollution.  We have many customers converting to infrared heaters such as cove heaters, radiant ceiling panels, floor and ceiling heat, and wall panels because the thermostat can be set much lower due to the fact that you feel warmer with infrared heaters pointed at you.  We have many customers converting to zoned electric heat as well, we have options such as the HotPod that uses your existing ductwork and very inexpensive options such as baseboard heaters and wall heaters at http://www.morelectricheating.com/products/HEATING/COMFORT%20HEATERS.aspx
Heating only the rooms that you are using, programmed to only when you are using them, and setting each thermostat to the lowest temperature that can be tolerated in that particular room is the true key to saving big money on energy.

The Benefits of Electric Comfort Heating Versus Central Furnace Systems

Environmentally-Friendly
•    Electric resistance heating equipment is environmentally friendly, generating zero greenhouse gases and no carbon emissions.
•    Electric resistance heating is efficient because a significant portion of electricity is generated by hydro and nuclear facilities with the trend toward site-generated, wind and solar power.
•    Power generated by renewable sources is increasing at 1.8% per year and trending up. Wind grew 10% per year for the past decade. Non-fossil fuel power generation, including nuclear, account for 28 % of the US total. The future of electric power generation is with non-polluting, renewable energy sources.

Energy-Efficient
•    Electric resistance heating can be controlled room-by-room saving 20 – 50% in energy verses a central system having only one control for all spaces served by the system.
•    Permanent installed electric resistance heaters have an excellent, long running safety record, are designed and sized for the specific application, are ideally suited for supplemental heating applications and can be controlled by residential energy management systems and electronic set-back thermostats.
•    Zonal electric resistance heat is always 100% efficient at the point of use and adapts well to the tighter insulated homes of today. Central systems lose efficiency in three areas:
1.     Equipment typically starts out at < 100% efficient and loses efficiency over time.
2.     The duct system generates a loss in efficiency of 10 – 20%.
3.     The fan forced central system pressurizes the space increasing infiltration loss.

Cost-Saving
•    Electric rates are regulated and the cost has risen much less than that of natural gas, oil or propane over the last few years.  Over the last 10 years, the US average cost of residential electricity has risen by 42% compared to 79% for natural gas and about 140% for heating oil and propane.
•    Electric resistance heating typically decreases construction cost by having the option of expansion without having to replace or expensively add to the existing central heating system. In addition, the total operating cost of electric resistance heating is substantially less expensive, including equipment, installation and maintenance than a ducted central system.

Chromalox Thermwire Pre-assembled Pipe Cable

We are now a stocking distributor of the new Chromalox Thermwire.  Up to 2.5 inch Diameter in wet or dry environments – Heat Output of 5 Watts per Foot – The Pre-assembled Thermwire-Wrap has an attached cord and plug for simple and quick installation. Ready for use up to 100 feet in length. Assemblies include 3 foot, 120 volt, 15 amp power cord and watertight end seal. Suitable for water supply lines, condensate lines, drain lines, outdoor spigots and other similar applications. UL Recognized for Residential and Mobile Home Pipe Freeze Protection Applications.

Chromalox Thermwire Pre-assembled Pipe Cable

We are now a stocking distributor of the new Chromalox Thermwire.  Up to 2.5 inch Diameter in wet or dry environments – Heat Output of 5 Watts per Foot – The Pre-assembled Thermwire-Wrap has an attached cord and plug for simple and quick installation. Ready for use up to 100 feet in length. Assemblies include 3 foot, 120 volt, 15 amp power cord and watertight end seal. Suitable for water supply lines, condensate lines, drain lines, outdoor spigots and other similar applications. UL Recognized for Residential and Mobile Home Pipe Freeze Protection Applications.

We now sell and stock King Electric Replacement Parts

We now have online ordering for all of King Electric’s over 400 parts and we are stocking their fastest moving parts (Hi-Temperature Limits, Knobs, Fan Delay Switches, Thermostats, Heating Elements, etc.)  King Electric heaters (wall heaters, baseboard heaters, unit heaters, etc.) are completely repairable with these replacement parts and they have wisely chosen to make these parts available to service past and future customers, they proudly stand behind their quality heaters in every way.  They have been selling electric heaters since 1958 and we are ready to help customers repair those heaters by providing one or more parts to customers or their contractor who know the part # (We are not in a position to troubleshoot a heater, that is the job of an electrical contractor.)  We are excited to help take King Electric’s heaters to a new level where more people actually fix the heater instead of choosing some other option.  

A link to order each part is at: www.heatersplus.com/kingparts.html

The parts are also shown in a .pdf file where each specific heater has a break-out exploded view drawing with the parts identified on our website at: www.heatersplus.com/pdf/Parts/King_Electric_PC_2006_PartsBook_with_links.pdf

MorElectricHeating YouTube channel

Watch our new YouTube channel at: http://www.youtube.com/MorElectricHeating 

We are creating an electric heating channel where you can watch playlists related to specific Manufacturers and product types on your computer or TV.  We hope this will make it easier for our customers to better understand our heaters and their installation.

The UFO is an exciting new product. Long Wave Infrared Heater for indoor/outdoor area’s

The new UFO heater is generating a lot of interest:

  • 12,000 hour life element!  Most of the heaters we have seen are in the 5,000 hour range.  
  • Adjustable thermostat and timer on a remote control! We do not need to sell a variable control because it has 5 settings.
  • A stand tested to UL and CSA standards! We were wondering if we would ever see an outdoor (fully exposed to rain) 120 Volt plug-in infrared heater with this feature.

Full details can be seen at http://www.infraredheaters.com/ufo-uk1500.html

The revolutionary HotPod room heater

The HotPod www.heatersplus.com/hotpod.htm  is an incredible new product.  It is a residential in-line duct heater for supplemental heating of a cold room or as a whole house primary heating system with several of them.  The HP6-1440120 is installed in standard 6 inch duct work (remove 14 inches of duct) It also has a  fan only cooling feature. The Grainger # is 4XKZ6.  It is 1440 or 720 Watts / 120 Vac / 120 CFM.

The product is now manufactured and sold by TPI Corp. (Markel) and they have been given exclusive rights by Erivations, Inc.  We are a TPI distributor and there will be no interruption in supply and we have them in stock now: http://www.morelectricheating.com/default.aspx?page=item%20detail&itemcode=HOTPOD10001

Unlike traditional electric heaters, it can use almost any thermostat.  It is designed to use a low voltage thermostat (the hotpod has a built-in relay) which means it can use a wider variety of thermostats and common 18 or 20 gauge thermostat wire.  You can even control 2 or 3 hotpods with one thermostat when using it with two inexpensive relays (one for heat and the other for fan/cool feature) such as the Honeywell R8222D1014 24V – 24 Volts. http://www.morelectricheating.com/default.aspx?page=item%20detail&itemcode=HNYWLTST10027

Global Cooling is causing an increase in snow cover and high demand for Roof and Gutter Heating Cable

FoxNews.com is now reporting on the IPCC Climate Conference in Chicago: 
“Global Cooling Is Coming — and Beware the Big Chill, Scientist Warns”
http://www.foxnews.com/scitech/2010/05/19/global-cooling-scientists-warming/
 

Here is excerpt #3 (of the 4 in Dr. Easterbrook’s paper):
3. Increase in per capita energy demands, especially for heating.



Global Cooling is becoming the prevailing theory, not Global Warming.


Another presenter at the conference noted that the past decade had set a record for the largest average global snow extent

At Mor Electric Heating, we are anticipating the snowy trend to continue for a couple more decades and we are ready to design and sell a solution to your ice dam problems using Roof and Gutter Heat Trace Cable.  See http://www.heatersplus.com/roofs.htm. Roofs can get ice dams at the roof edge which prevents water from flowing off the roof,  which then leaks under the shingles. Our heating cables provide an effective method of preventing ice dams.  It is wise and much easier to install them early, (like now or summer) and they must be installed correctly with a drip loop hanging over the roof edge to direct the water into the gutter or off the roof so it does not refreeze.  The other problem with an installation in the late fall or winter is the difficulty finding them in stock.  At http://www.morelectricheating.com/products/ROOF%20AND%20GUTTER%20DEICING.aspx you can see our exact stock level and are assured that your order will ship. Some manufacturer lead times are typically at least 4-8 weeks from October – January. We have been working very hard for 10 years now to prevent running out of stock and have basically achieved that goal.

We are a stocking distributor of electric heaters, controls and accessories.