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Portable Gas Heater, LP, 200000 BtuH
- Item # 16W295
- Mfr. Model # 900-320C
- UNSPSC # 40101819
- Catalog Page # 4289
- Shipping Weight 34.0 lbs.
- ItemConvection Portable Gas Heater
- Gas TypeLP
- BtuH Output200,000
- Min. Cylinder Size100 lb.
- Heating Area4500 sq. ft.
- Fuel Rate9.3 lb./hr.
- Built-In ThermostatNo
- Air Flow850 cfm
- FeaturesCast Iron Burner, Adjustable Output Control, Pilot Ignition
- Safety FeaturesPilot Safety Gas Control Valve, P.O.L. Valve
- Manufacturers Warranty Length1 yr.
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