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- Details & Specs
This Heater is constructed to be heavy-duty for the jobsite. Built with the safety standards you expect from Mr. Heater, this Liquid Propane Forced-air Heater comes with a standard 10' hose and regulator. High-limit switches and thermoelectric safety valves come equipped from the factory. Just plug this heater into a 110V outlet, hook up the propane, and your ready to fight the chill at the job.
Shhh…it's Quiet Burner Technology.
If you've ever used a forced air heater, you know they're loud. At times, you'd rather be cold than have to listen to that droning. Mr. Heater has corrected that issue with the patent-pending Quiet Burner Technology (QBT). Consistently delivering 7-9 dB lower sound intensity when compared to other forced-air heaters, this means other heaters are up to 2X louder as compared to the same Mr. Heater with QBT.
- 125,000-170,000 BTU output
- Heats up to 4,250 sq. ft.
- Runs on a 100-lb. propane tank
- 17-hr. max. runtime on low for full tank
- High temperature limit switch
- Thermostat control
- QBT technology makes this Heater 50% quieter than a standard propane heater
- Rugged and durable steel construction
- Economical, efficient and clean burning
- Heavy-duty high output fan
- Automatic solid state ignition
- 10' hose and regulator included
- CSA Certified
- Measures 23.25" x 10" x 16"h.
- Weighs 19 lbs.
Keep warm and order today!Key Specifications
- Item number: 648799
- BTU per hour: 125,000-170,000
- Heating area (sq. ft.): 4,000
- Tank capacity (min.): 100-lb. propane cylinder
- Thermostat: Yes
- Safety tip-over switch: No
- Fuel type: Propane
- Heat type: Forced air
- Oxygen depletion sensor (ODS): No
- High-limit safety shut-off (HLS): Yes
- Indoor safe: No
- Ignition: Automatic solid state
- Hose & regulator included: Yes
- Dimensions: 23.25" x 10" x 16"h.
- Weight: 19 lbs.
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