This Comfort Glow Cabinet Propane Heater runs off of a 20-lb cylinder tank that tucks in the back. The versatile heater features 6,000, 12,000 and 18,000 BTU heat choices that you can set manually to match the heating task at hand. With the ability to heat up to 650 sq ft of space, it is ideal for use on patios or in a garage. Equipped with wheels located on the bottom, the Comfort Glow heater is easy and convenient to transport when needed. The Comfort Glow Liquid Propane Cabinet Heater provides clean, quiet instant infrared heat in a mobile design. No electricity is required to run this heater, giving you the option of placing it as far as you need to from a power outlet. A built-in wind shield helps operation in outdoor settings.
- Push-button ignition Operates on a 20-lb liquid propane cylinder (sold separately)
- Adjustable heat control 3 heat settings
- Built-in wind shield Easy-roll casters 18,000 BTUs
- Comfort Glow heater heats up to 650 sq ft No electricity required
- Model# GCH480 Liquid propane heater is not approved for residential living areas or inside recreational vehicles
Comfort Glow 18000 BTU Portable Infrared Propane Heater with Built Wind Shield and Roller Wheels
Space heating units are a handy in addition to more cost effective approach to help to keep you comfortable when ever the temperatures decrease . As a result of heating up the space you wish rather than your entire building , they will help keep down your power cost.
You can find three main types of space or room heaters that individuals buy . They include the ceramic , oil filled and infared variants and each provides their unique advantage and cons.
Ceramic space heaters run by applying voltage to ceramic materials that generate heat that is then transferred to aluminium pieces that heat up . A fan next distributes the hot air wherever the operator needs it.
Infrared heaters employ long wave infrared radiation to deliver heat.
Oil filled heaters continue to require electricity to operate however use oil as a heat reservoir and transfers heat by means of convection to the outside surface area of the device . They are economical to use however as a result of the outside surfaces end up getting hot they should be be used with caution to stop any fires or burns.