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Review Mr Heater Contractor 80,000 BTU Forced Air Kerosene/Diesel Heater

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Details: Mr Heater Contractor 80,000 BTU Forced Air Kerosene/Diesel Heater

Brand: Mr Heater

The Mr. Heater MHC125FAV portable forced air propane heater is variable from 75,000 up to 125,000 BTUs equipped with all of the safety features you have come to expect from a Mr. Heater product. A high limit safety switch and thermo-electric safety valve will provide the user with the peace of mind to focus on the task at hand. Includes a 10 ft. hose and regulator assembly and a large comfortable glove-friendly handle.

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  • Products can be returned
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  • 80,000 BTU/hour Onboard thermostat with LED read out Fuel gauge Glove friendly handle

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

review Mr Heater Contractor 80,000 BTU Forced Air Kerosene/Diesel Heater

review Mr Heater Contractor 80,000 BTU Forced Air Kerosene/Diesel Heater

Buyer Guide Kerosene Space Heaters

 Kerosene space heaters are a popular choice for warming up rooms, but there are a few important things you need to consider before you invest.
  • Power. Kerosene space heaters are either rated in BTUs or watts. BTUs measure how much heat is produced, and watts measure how much power is required to produce the heat.
  • BTU/Watt. The higher the BTU/watt, the more heat a space heater will produce. Kerosene space heaters that are rated at 1,500 to 2,500 BTU/watt will heat a room faster than those rated 1,000 to 1,500 BTU/watt.
  • Size. Kerosene space heaters are either portable or stationary. Portable space heaters are typically small and meant for warming up smaller areas. Stationary space heaters, on the other hand, are larger and meant for heating larger areas.
  • Remote Control. Some kerosene space heaters have remote controls, which allow you to control the temperature in the room.
  • Safety. Kerosene space heaters produce a large amount of carbon monoxide (CO). CO is an odorless, colorless gas that can kill. CO poisoning often results from using kerosene space heaters improperly.

How to choose Kerosene Space Heaters

 Kerosene space heaters use kerosene as fuel. You can use them in rooms that do not have access to electricity. They are available in three different types namely convection, radiant, and fan forced.
  • Convection space heaters: This type of space heater uses air currents to distribute the heat. They are also cheap. However, they can produce a lot of heat radiation, thus may feel uncomfortable.
  • Radiant space heaters: For a room to be comfortable, the radiant space heater is ideal. It uses infrared radiation to distribute the heat. They are recommended for living rooms. Radiant space heaters are more expensive than convection space heaters.
  • Fan forced space heaters: Fan forced space heaters use a fan to distribute the heat. They are more expensive than convection and radiant space heaters.

How to use Kerosene Space Heaters

Kerosene space heaters are a popular heating solution for both homes and businesses. They are easy to use and relatively inexpensive, making them a great heating solution for people who are on a budget.

Kerosene space heaters can be used in several different applications. They are typically used in enclosed areas that need to be heated, which usually means they are used in a garage, shed, or barn. Kerosene space heaters are also great for providing heat in a small living space, such as a small apartment or dorm room, or for keeping a room in your home warm without heating the entire space.

Kerosene space heaters can also be used in larger areas to provide heat to spaces that need to be maintained at a low temperature. For example, a kerosene space heater can be used to heat a garage or other large space to a temperature that is a few degrees warmer than the outdoor temperature.

Kerosene space heaters can also be used to heat your home. If you run a kerosene-fueled heating system in your home, you can direct the kerosene space heaters to heat specific parts of your home instead of the entire house.