Marey Power Mini Gas Portable Military Water Heater

Item # WX2-281686

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Marey Power Mini Gas Portable Military Water Heater is the infantryman's' choice for hot water anywhere!

Ever spent a week without showering? With the guys at deer camp? Then you know the importance of hot water in the field. This handy Marey Power Mini Gas Portable Military Water Heater is designed for field use. No electricity required... it ignites via D-cell battery and uses LP fuel.

Set up camp:
  • Energy conserving design with adjustable gas and water controls
  • HIgh-quality components and construction for rugged service
  • Auto cut-off, anti-dry combustion / over-pressure / overheating / flame-out protection
  • Electric pulse ignition (D-cell battery required not included)
  • 35,000 BTU / h
  • Applicable water pressure: 3.6 - 145.0 PSI
  • Maximum flow rate: 2 gallons per minute
  • Minimum water pressure to activate unit: 0.58 GPM
  • Includes hand shower nozzle with on / off control, 5' CSA-approved regulator, folding handles, kit-connector for garden hose
  • Measures approx. 17" x 11 1/ 2 " x 4 3/ 4 ". Weighs approx. 12 lbs.

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