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Review HeatFast HF160G Portable Home, Jobsite, Construction Site Forced Air Liquid Propane Salamander Torpedo Space Heater with Variable Temperature Control, 155,000 BTU, orange

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Details: HeatFast HF160G Portable Home, Jobsite, Construction Site Forced Air Liquid Propane Salamander Torpedo Space Heater with Variable Temperature Control, 155,000 BTU, orange

Brand: HeatFast

The HeatFast HF160G 155, 000 BTU Forced Air Heater provides hours of comfort for your jobsite, barn, or wherever you need to bring the heat. Adjust the temperature for your comfort with variable heat control. Stay warm while you work with this easy-to-transport space heater. This high output torpedo heater provides strong, powerful, and dependable heat for areas up to 3, 800 square feet. This space heater features electrical ignition and 3 heat settings with a convenient dial control. This forced air heater runs on a 100-pound liquid propane tank (not included). You’ll get a 10-foot hose and regulator for easy propane tank connection. The propane heater can run for up to 18 hours on the low setting with a full propane tank. Enjoy safe heating with this space heater. The heater is designed with the 5 star safety system featuring flame out detection, overheat shut off, power surge protection, blocked inlet shut off, and motor thermal protection. Whether you need heat on your jobsite or somewhere else, you’ll stay warm with the HeatFast HF160G 155, 000 BTU Forced Air Heater.

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  • HEAT YOUR JOBSITE: Keep your jobsite, barn, construction site, workshop, or anywhere else warm with this forced air torpedo heater; Dimensions (L x W x H): 25. 1 x 8. 7 x 15. 4 inches; Weight: 17. 6 pounds
  • TEMPERATURE CONTROL: Features electrical ignition and 3 heat settings with a convenient dial control
  • HIGH-OUTPUT HEAT: Provides up to 155, 000 BTUs of heat to spaces up to 3, 800 square feet in size
  • PROPANE HEATER: Runs for up to 18 hours with a full propane tank; uses 100-pound propane tanks (not included); Includes 10-foot hose and regulator for easy fuel hook up

Notice

  • Is an online purchase
  • Delivery may be delayed in some areas.

review HeatFast HF160G Portable Home, Jobsite, Construction Site Forced Air Liquid Propane Salamander Torpedo Space Heater with Variable Temperature Control, 155,000 BTU, orange

review HeatFast HF160G Portable Home, Jobsite, Construction Site Forced Air Liquid Propane Salamander Torpedo Space Heater with Variable Temperature Control, 155,000 BTU, orange

Buyer Guide Propane Space Heaters

 Before purchasing a new propane heater, there are a few things you should consider.
  • Efficiency. Efficiency is the difference between the heat output and the propane input.
  • Safety. When choosing a heater, look for safety features such as tip-over protection, automatic shut-off, and anti-tilt devices.
  • Features. Some heaters have thermostatic controls, which allow you to maintain a consistent temperature.
  • Ease of Use. Some models have auto-ignition, so you don’t have to worry about lighting the pilot.
  • Size and Weight. Size and weight are very important considerations. Larger heaters mean they’ll heat a larger area. Smaller heaters are portable.
  • Warranty. Most manufacturers offer a 1-year warranty. But keep in mind that the warranty only covers the manufacturer’s defects.

    How to choose Propane Space Heaters

    There are two types of space heating propane options available: refillable and disposable.

    Disposable heaters have advantages. They are convenient to use, easy to store, and fairly inexpensive. However, they have disadvantages as well.

    They generate a lot of heat, so using them in a small room can be inefficient. They also emit fumes that can be irritating and foul-smelling. They also tend to waste a lot of propane. They’re also not as environmentally friendly. They need to be disposed of, which creates some waste.

    Refillable heaters are a little more expensive than disposables, but they also have many advantages. They produce very little heat, so they’re very efficient. They cost less to operate than disposables. They produce no fumes or odors. And they can be refilled, which makes them very environmentally friendly.

    How to use Propane Space Heaters

     Propane space heaters use propane gas to generate heat. They are often used to provide heat in very cold temperatures.

    Propane heaters are safer, easier to use, and more portable than other types of space heaters.

    Propane heaters are safer because there are no open flames. Open flames are a serious fire hazard.

    Propane heaters are easier to use than other types of space heaters because you simply draw the heater closer to you in order to generate heat.

    Propane heaters are portable because you can bring them anywhere that you have access to propane gas.

    Propane space heaters have high temperatures. They can reach as high as 1200 degrees Fahrenheit.

    Propane heaters are convenient. You can put them anywhere in your home that has access to propane gas.