Cadet 5,000-Watt Portable Garage Heater

Cadet 5,000-Watt Portable Garage Heater 5 Garage Garage, Shop And Utility Heaters Heater Portable

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Cadet 5,000-Watt Portable Garage Heater 5 Garage Garage, Shop And Utility Heaters Heater Portable

5000W 240V, RCP502S "The Hot One" garage and shop heater. Requires a 30 amp receptacle for use.

Cadet RCP502S 5,000-Watt Portable Garage Heater

Cadet 5,000-Watt Portable Garage Heater 5 Garage Garage, Shop And Utility Heaters Heater Portable    Cadet 5,000-Watt Portable Garage Heater 5 Garage Garage, Shop And Utility Heaters Heater Portable
 

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Top Features

  • 5000-watt premium utility heater at 240 volts provides warmth for large hard to heat areas like garages and workshops
  • Note: Included 6 foot cord requires a NEMA #6-30 (polarized) 30 amp receptacle for operation. Please check your receptacle and/or with your electrician before purchase
  • Includes bracket for wall mount or floor stand use
  • Rugged USA made 20-gauge steel construction, with a baked-on powder coated paint finish for long-lasting wear
  • Built-in fan-only switch provides comfortable air only circulation for summer months

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