24" x 10" x 16" Forced Air Portable Gas Heater with 4000 sq. ft. Heating Area
- Item# 16W280
- Mfr. Model# CP170BSPD210181
- Catalog Page# 3843
- UNSPSC# 40101819
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- Item Forced Air Portable Gas Heater
- Gas Type LP
- BtuH Output 125,000 a 170,000
- Min. Cylinder Size 100 lb.
- Heating Area 4000 sq. ft.
- Fuel Rate 7.2 lb./hr.
- Amps AC 2.1
- Voltage 120
- Built-In Thermostat Yes
- Height 16"
- Width 10"
- Length 24"
- Air Flow 625 cfm
- Hz 60
- Features Variable Output, Adjustable Front Leg, Heavy Gauge Combustion Chamber,Tri-Shield Finish, Thermostatic Temperature Control, Electronic Spark Ignition, Self Diagnostic Service Saver
- Safety Features Gas Control Valve, High Limit Switch, Air Proving Switch, P.O.L. Valve
- Manufacturers Warranty Length 1 yr.
- Standards CSA
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This item is restricted for international sale.
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