Parasol Heater 1500 is an electric terrace heater that can be hung in any parasol.
This way it warms up the entire terrace.
The Parasol Heater 1500 has 3 Halogen lamps of 500 Watts each to heat all sides. Additionally, this terrace heater is rainwater proof (IP23).
|Connection voltage||220-240/50 V/Hz|
The Parasol Heater 1500 is an electric heater designed
for outdoor heating. It must be installed around the post of a parasol
and used under this unfolded parasol, so that the heat does not dissipate
immediately. When activated, the terrace heater rapidly spreads pleasant heat.
Use the terrace radiator only for the purpose for which it has been designed:
the heating of a terrace, garden or other household outdoor space, and not for
the heating of an indoor space, a non-household outdoor space or the drying
of textiles or other materials.
Do not use the terrace heater in wet or damp conditions and do not leave it
outside unused in these conditions.
The Parasol Heater 1500 is fitted with three halogen
heating light bulbs that are switched on and off simultaneously.
Parasol Heater 1500
Supply Voltage 230V – 50Hz
Capacity 3×500 Watt
Insulation class IP23
Length of electrical cable 5 meter
Height 13 cm.
Diameter 48 cm.
Weight 2,38 kg.
SETTING UP AND CONNECTING
Remove all of the packaging material and check that all parts are present.
Check the device, the electricity cable and the plug for damage. Never use a
damaged device, but take it to your dealer or a recognised electrician.
1. Now insert the bulbs in the contacts. To do this, unscrew the wing nut of
the light, remove the screw with a Philips head screwdriver and fold the
grill away. Take the halogen bulb out of the packaging and place it in the
light holder fitted with a spring. Ensure that it is connected completely
horizontally. It is important that the end caps of the halogen bulb make firm
contact with the light holder. Ensure that you do not touch the surface of
the halogen bulb with your bare skin, but use a cloth or similar item if
necessary. If this occurs accidentally, the surface must be thoroughly
cleaned with methylated spirits on a fluff-free cloth. Scorched fingerprints
shorten the life span of the light! Finally, screw the grill back into position in
front of the bulb. Never use the terrace heater without the protective grill for
2. Check that the parasol is complete, robust and undamaged. Are all of the
ribs fastened correctly? Ensure that the parasol is firm and stable in a
correctly fitting, sufficiently heavy parasol base. The base must be standing
on a solid, flat and horizontal surface.
3. Choose a position on the parasol post to fit the terrace heater. Do this at a
height such that sufficient space is heated: the higher the position, the
larger the circle of radiated heat.
However, do not fit the heater between
the ribs and the top of the parasol! When
fastening, ensure that the light is not
pointing towards a flammable surface,
that the light is at least 2 metres above
the ground and that the back of the light
remains at least 30 cm away from the
parasol fabric. Flammable objects must
be kept at least one metre away from the
4. Slide the terrace heater to the selected
position around the post of the parasol.
Screw the terrace heater firmly into
position on the post of the parasol with
the button that tightens the post clamp.
The parasol post must have a diameter
between 36 and 48 mm.
5. Wind the electricity cable around the post
of the parasol, leading the other end of
the electricity cable to a 230 V socket in
such a way that it is not heated and there is no danger of tripping,
dragging, kicking, etc!
6. To activate the terrace heater you insert the plug into an earthed 230V
socket that is indoors or IP54 watertight. To switch the terrace heater off
again you remove the plug from the socket.
7. To change the height of the terrace heater you use the button to unscrew
the clamp, slide the terrace heater to the desired height and then screw the
clamp tight again. Ensure that the electricity cable does not become
8. Use the buttons on the side of the light to set the direction of the radiation.
Never point it at flammable surfaces and firmly tighten the buttons before
using the device again! The packaging contains three heat-insulated
handles that you can attach to the lights between the wing nuts on the
lights (see photo on cover of booklet). You can make subsequent minor
adjustments to the direction with these handles. Always remove the plug
from the socket and wait until the terrace heater has cooled before
changing the height or direction of heat radiation!
CLEANING & MAINTENANCE
Before cleaning remove the plug from the power outlet and wait until the
appliance is sufficiently cooled off. Wipe the appliance only with a clean and
lint-free cloth or a soft brush. You can use a moist (not wet!) cloth with a rather
mild cleaning product. Ensure that the lamp is fully dry before you return it to
Never use abrasive cleaners, scrubbing brushes and chemical cleaners for
cleaning! Never use flammable cleaners such as benzene or spiritus. Give the
appliance time to dry before you use it again.
You can clean the grill with a small brush. Ensure that you do not touch the
bulbs. Halogen bulbs are extremely vulnerable!
To protect against electrical shock and danger of life, do not immerse cord,
plug or any part of the appliance in water or other liquid.
The only service that you can and are permitted to perform on the terrace
heater is the replacement of a bulb. To do this, first remove the plug from the
socket and ensure that the light is completely cool. Now follow the procedure
described under ‘Setting up and Connecting’. With normal use the terrace
heater will not require any further maintenance. Contact your dealer or a
recognised electrician in the case of faults or damage and always ask for
original parts. Never execute repairs independently. Independent repairs
and/or changes to the device will nullify the guarantee and the manufacturer’s
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Check before every use:
– That the device does not show any signs of damage.
– That the device is still assembled firmly and securely.
– That the socket that you wish to use:
* is earthed
* supplies the correct Voltage (230V-50Hz)
* has a minimum 10 Amp fuse
* is secured with a 30 mA earth leakage switch
* is located in a safe, dry place
Warning! Never leave a device that is in operation unattended. This means
that you must not use a programmer, timer or other device that
automatically switches on the terrace heater. In addition, do not use the
device with an external Voltage regulator such as a dimmer or similar
device. This also causes danger!
Avoid, if possible, using an extension cable. If this is unavoidable, choose
an extension cable with sufficient capacity and that is suitable for the correct
Voltage. Extension cables and distribution boxes must comply with legal
regulations. If you use a reel, roll the cable off completely!
Make sure that the cord not hangs over (sharp) edges, not makes strong
curves, not can be pulled along and not touches hot surfaces. Do not wrap it
around the device.
Keep all flammable objects such as tarpaulins, parasols, branches, curtains,
paper, etc. away from the heating lights (at least 1 metre!). The distance to
walls must also be at least 1 metre. The distance between the back of the
light and the parasol fabric must be at least 30 cm.
Do not place the device in the immediate vicinity of a bath, laundry room,
swimming pool or other water facility, and ensure that the terrace heater can
never fall into water. Do not operate it with wet hands and never submerge
the terrace heater, electricity cable or plug in water or any other liquid.
Keep highly flammable liquids or materials such as paint, benzene, gas
tanks, etc. away from the working terrace heater. Do not use the device at
locations where there may be corrosive or volatile substances, dust, steam
or gas in the air, and not in an environment where there is a danger of fire,
such as near gas tanks, gas pipes or aerosol cans. This creates the risk of
explosion and fire!
Do not place the device immediately above or below a socket.
Do not cover the terrace heater in any way during use. This will make it
overheat and/or cause a fire risk.
Never hang or place objects such as clothing, blankets, cushions, curtains,
paper, etc. over or near to the device. Also not to dry.
The terrace heater becomes extremely hot during use and requires some
time to cool down. So do not touch it during or immediately after use!
Close supervision is necessary when the product is used near children or
incapacitated persons. The device is not suitable for use by persons
(including children) with a physical, sensual or mental limitation or a lack of
experience and knowledge, irrespective of whether they are being
supervised or have been issued with instructions in relation to the use of the
device by a person who is responsible for their safety. Always ensure that
children cannot play with the device.
Keep the device out of reach of children and pets and do not permit them to
play with it. Never leave them with the device unsupervised.
If the appliance, by whatever which reason, produces cracks or breaks, if
you during the operation establish imperfection or interruption, or if the
aluminium casing or any other part, or the cord or plug show flaws,
discontinue the operation of the appliance and take the plug from the
socket. Contact your supplier, the manufacturer or a qualified service point.
Do not try to repair the appliance by yourself, to avoid a hazard. Repairs by
unqualified persons or changing’s to the appliance break the water tightness
of the equipment and let expire the guarantee and the liability of the
Remove the plug from the socket and allow the device to cool before you
touch, install, adjust, relocate, clean or service it.
Prevent vibrations and heating and always handle the device with care!