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Mr. Heater Dewalt 50,000 btu forced air kerosene heater

By Mr. Heater
Part #: F340670
$276.76
  • Multi-fuel forced air heater, compatible with kerosene, filtered diesel #1 and #2, fuel oil #1 and #2, or even Jet A Fuel (JP8)
  • 50,000 BTUs heats up to 1,200 sq ft
  • High temperature safety shut-off switch and photo cad cell flame sensor
  • 4 gallon tank for up to 11 hours of run time
  • Cold weather starting capability
  • Continuous spark ignition, requiring a 115-Volt AC outlet
  • Split upper shell for easy maintenance
  • Glove friendly controls
  • Ideal for: outdoor and semi-enclosed indoor construction sites, commercial construction environments, and open door workshops (proper ventilation is required)

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Description

DEWALT forced air kerosene heaters are up to the task, whether on the job site, around the farm, or in the workshop. Featuring cold weather starting capability, even in extremely low temperatures you’ll have instant heat. With 50,000 BTUs, quickly and effortlessly heat up to 1,200 sq ft. Designed with a high output, fully enclosed motor, large glove friendly controls, and a split upper shell designed for easy maintenance, you can expect long life and faithful service. Keep focus on the task at hand with a high temperature safety shut-off switch and a photo cad cell flame sensor that will shut down the unit in unsafe conditions, while getting the job done with up to 11 hours run time on a 4 gallon tank.

Specifications

Forced Air Heater Type
Kerosene/Diesel Fuel

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