How does a liquid-filled heater work?

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Liquid filled heaters use an electric element to warm water or oil which in turn heats a radiator creating natural convective air currents in the room. The thermal mass of liquid holds heat well, minimizing fluctuations in temperature. While liquid-filled heaters maintain their heat for a long period, they also take longer to heat up and therefore are no more efficient than non-liquid filled models.
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