6285 Electra Safe-Hete Water Heater
Tile Saw Bucket Water Heater
Immersion water heaters for wet tile saws, buckets, pails, sinks and small tanks keep your hands warm when the weather gets cold!
- Quality heater made in the USA
- GFCI adapter recommended
- Heats 1 gallon of water to 90°F in 10 minutes
- 5" heater is small and compact and fits in the water pans of most wet tile saws
- 10-1/2" heater works best in buckets, pails, and other larger containers
- If not submerged in water, these heaters automatically shut-off
- Insulated handle for safe handling
- Just insert water heater and remove when desired temperature is reached
- Heaters have an internal protector that disconnects power in 2 to 3 minutes if the heater is operated outside of water
- Cord length: 5-1/2 ft
- Base height: 1-1/4"
- Minimum liquid level: 1-1/2"
- Element material is Incoloy, the outer housing is aluminum
Please note that these tile saw water heaters are not intended to heat more than 5 gallons of water
Questions & Answers (6)
What is the diameter of the heating ring on these bucket water heaters?
The circular heating plate is 5'' in diameter.
What is the height of the heating ring?
The height of the heating ring is 1''.
Can you regulate the temperature?
No, this tile saw water heater does not have a temperature control function.
Can you put it in the tile saw tray with out any damages accur?
The 5" water heater and will fit in most tile saw water trays with no damage occurring.
How hot will the water get?
This heater takes tap temperature water up to 90 degrees Fahrenheit in about 10 minutes. Once the water is at the desired temperature you may want to turn off the heater to ensure that the water does not get to hot. This unit can bring water to a boil or very close to it if left unattended for an extended period of time.
Can I put this heater in a Dewalt plastic water tray without melting the tray?
We do not recommend using a heater in the plastic pan as the pan may melt if water level drops. The heater may also get in the way of the cart. However some users put a 5 gallon bucket beside or underneath the pan, then put their heater and the pump in the bucket; you would need to pull the plug in the pan so water can run out into the bucket.
Ratings & Reviews
GREAT HEATER FOR A WET SAW
by PHB -
IT HEATS UP VERY FAST, AND MAINTAINS THE TEMPERATURE.
Wish I had this years ago
by The General -
Very easy to use and fits in the water pan. I've used it in cold temps, around 5 to 10 degrees and it worked great. No complaints here!
by Claw -
Its great anywhere its cold and you work with water. The hands appreciate the warm water.
Good, but too slow for heating a hot tub
by Music Animation Machine -
The heater on my 500-gallon hot tub takes it up to 40 degrees C (104 degrees F), and I was hoping to use this heater to boost it up another few degrees, but it only increases the temperature of a gallon of water by about 8 degrees C in a minute, which means it takes about an hour to raise my tub's temperature 1 degree C --- and in that time, it cools off by about 1 degree, so it's only able to maintain the temperature, not raise it. It's well built and works as advertised, but ... I guess I should have done the math before I bought it.
Great Product [...]
by Stormin normin -
Great water heater. Keeps my 100 gal tank hot.
Nice warm hands
by Jake the tile guy -
This thing works great. It will take a tray full of water that is 50 degrees on warm it up over 100 in no time. By putting it right in the tray the water actually works like radiator for your whole saw. No more wet hands freezing to the tray, no more frozen water lines if you've been away for 10 mins. My only wish is that they made a slightly smaller version for my small wet saw. It tends to get in the way of the tray on my small saw.
6285 Water heater
by clay -
Great item for cold weather tile cutting especially when working outdoors. Heats up fast and maintains great water temp. No cold hands.
This Heater Kicks Butt
My water feature was in danger of freezing up completely, despite a small birdbath heater I use to keep the water from freezing. During a cold snap, the water was nearly stopped and pumps were not happy. I set this heater in a large pool of moving water, and it heated the entire water feature (around 60 gallons) to 40 - 50 degrees. The "handle" part never got very warm, but the immersed part glowed red hot. As things heated up, my water feature returned to the roaring waterfall it once was with added steam! Nice long cord, easy to use, recommended.
Excellent build quality, fast heater! (bought on Amazon)
I'm one of those car obsessed people who hand wash my car even during the winter months. I bought and use this heater to warm up the bucket of wash. It's very fast at heating up 4 gallons of water to a nice temperature for washing a car. This is my second one, as the first started tripping the breaker after using it for 3 years or so. I don't consider blaming fault with the product though, as I was not following the guidelines fully over the years. I recommend the heater to friends and family, and would not hesitate to buy another if this one ever fails.
I like this heater. I am a tile who moved cross country And it gets cold here. Help me keep going in cold weather
GREAT HEATER FOR A WET SAW.
by f b
I am in New York state, and these two weeks were very cold, so it was great having this heater bucket. helped us because we are late with some work because of low temperatures. I recommend