Details: Mr. Heater F270255: 50,000 Btu Forced Air Kerosene Heater, One Size, Black
Brand: Mr. Heater
The Mr. Heater 50,000 BTU Forced Air Kerosene Heater. Safe, easy warmth for when the temperature drops. Convert your garage, barn, or tool shed into a year-round workspace! This Mr. Heater Forced Air Kerosene Heater delivers up to 50,000 BTUs of chill-chasing warmth when you’re working on your truck, farm equipment, ATV and more. Features: Heats approximately 1,200 sq. ft.. Runs up to 11 hours on a full tank. Easy-off access panel. 4-gallon fuel tank. Overheat safety shut-off. Continuous ignition. CSA Certified.
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- 50,000-BTU forced-air kerosene heater for up to 1,250 square feet
- 4-gallon fuel tank provides up to 11 hours of heat; high-output fan
- Illuminated on/off switch; no-flame and over-heat safety sensors with auto shut-off
- Carrying handle; cord storage; requires grounded 115-volt outlet
- Is an online purchase
- Delivery may be delayed in some areas.
Buyer Guide Kerosene Space HeatersKerosene space heaters are cost-effective, long-lasting, and effective. However, like any heating appliance, they are dangerous if misused.
- Consider the output. Kerosene heaters have a range of output. The heater you select should be able to heat the room quickly.
- Consider the safety. Kerosene heaters fuel is flammable, so its best to keep them away from children and pets.
- Consider the design. Kerosene heaters come in different designs, including wall-mount units, room units, and free-standing units.
- Consider the brand. Kerosene heaters are available from a variety of brands, including Frigidaire, Kenmore, and Maytag.
- Check the warranty.
How to choose Kerosene Space HeatersKerosene 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 HeatersKerosene space heaters are a common way to heat your home during the cold winter months. These heaters use kerosene, which heats the air inside your house (instead of using electricity to heat the air).
Using a kerosene space heater is fairly simple, but there are a few things that you’ll need to know about it before you use it. Here are a few important facts that will help you get the most out of your kerosene space heater:
The kerosene you use should be clean: Since kerosene is flammable, you do not want to use old or contaminated kerosene in your kerosene space heater. Old kerosene can pick up dirt, grime, and other contaminants that can clog the device and cause it to malfunction.
Kerosene space heaters can be dangerous: Kerosene space heaters are fire hazards, so you should never use them alone, or leave them unattended while theyre running.
Kerosene space heaters may not provide enough heat: Kerosene space heaters heat up the air inside of your home or office, but don’t provide much direct heat. This means it will take some time for your room to warm up once the kerosene space heater is turned on.