K & H Ultimate Bucket Heater Deicer

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K & H Ultimate Bucket Heater Deicer

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Product Summary:

K&H Farm Essentials Ultimate Bucket Heater With Cord Clip™

Now you can keep fresh water available in the winter for dogs, livestock, and horses without breaking the bank. The K&H Ultimate Bucket Heater prevents ice from forming in the buckets you use around a farm or ranch. It includes a full cage so you don't need to add one on. K&H's unique Thermostatic Temperature Control technology ensures that the de-icer will only run as often as needed, and never get hot when properly submerged in water. It even includes a cord clip to keep the cord in place.

Please note: This de-icer is designed to be submersible only and does not include a detachable float ring.

Features:

  • Accommodates all buckets
  • All-in-one design
  • Submersible de-icer
  • Designed for a five-gallon bucket
  • Full cage included; no expensive cage guard needed
  • MET listed for safety
  • 2-year manufacturer warranty
Item Specifications:

Cord Length:
5.5 feet

Wattage:
250 watts

Dimensions:
7"L x 7"W x 5"H

Weight:
2.5 lb.

Downloadable Resources
Manufacturer InformationInstruction Manual
Wattage/Zone ChartClick here for Wattage Guidelines
Item Number Model Number UPC
E000343 100213387 655199084005

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I have two of these already and need another. Impressed that those two have lasted through 3 winters. They are working well over the longevity of a plug in bucket that has 'died' after only two winters.
jibimom on Feb 22, 2016
I have two of these already and need another. Impressed that those two have lasted through 3 winters. They are working well over the longevity of a plug in bucket that has 'died' after only two winters.
jibimom on Feb 22, 2016
Description and reviews suggested this would be useful for my intended purpose and price versus other merchants.
BILLIE K on Feb 11, 2015
Description and reviews suggested this would be useful for my intended purpose and price versus other merchants.
BILLIE K on Feb 11, 2015
Does this deicer sit on the bottom of the 5 gallon bucket or does it float?
Speckowind on Nov 7, 2018
BEST ANSWER: These are fairly large so your bucket would need to be larger than5 gallons.It is both a float or on the bottom if you remove the Styrofoam.
i live in Maine, nice and chilly in the winter, would this work for a 110 gallon stock tank?
LaJaz on Oct 18, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Im in arkansas and we got down into the low teens a few days last winter and it kept the water thawed for the most part, it was accessible for the horses. the was some ice forming around the outer ends of my 110 plastic tank. but directly above the heater did not freeze. If you're worried about it get one with a little more watts, i think this one is 250w but is more energy efficient and wont make the water too warm on normal chilly days. For the price difference I would give it a try , im going on the 3rd year with this one, still works.
will work for a 40 gallon tank?
A shopper on Nov 24, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I put two of these in my 100 gallon tank last winter and, except the bottom 2 inches which froze, the water stayed unfrozen. I live in North Carolina where we have rather mild winters (not sure where you are); but, last winter we had 2 weeks of temps in the low teens which is when I was especially glad to have these efficient little heaters! Hope this helps.
Does this has a sensor that turns it off when the temp is above freezing?
Marsha P on Jan 8, 2015
BEST ANSWER: According to information provided, the heater should turn on when water temperature reaches about 35 degrees and turn off at about 45 degrees. I use one in a 5 gallon bucket and it seems to work well.. keeps the water from freezing when the temperature dips well below 32, probably down to about 10 to 15 degrees.