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180,000 btu Enclosed Flame Space Heater

 
180,000 btu Enclosed Flame Space Heater

180,000 btu Enclosed Flame Space Heater

This new generation of forced air space heater has the benefit of no naked flames in the heater body. This is becoming a frequent stipulation from Insurance Companies when commercial premises are looking for temporary heating.
The heater has a thermostat fitted to enable a constant temperature to be maintained. Ducting can be fitted to the outlet end so the heater can be positioned away from the area where heat is required, or the exhaust gases can be vented away from the heater for clean, dry air.
Power input: 400w 110v/230v
Heat output: 180,000 btu
Gas consumption: 4kg per hour
Weight: 85kg
 
(Gas extra)
 
 
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Heating Safety Note
When using heaters which involve combustion of a fuel such as gas oil or L.P.G. adequate fresh air must be provided both to ensure the correct functioning of the equipment and to eliminate the risk of oxygen starvation and asphyxiation to anyone in close proximity to the heater.
L.P.G. (Liquid Petroleum Gas) is a colourless gas treated with a stenching agent to give it its characteristic smell. It is in liquid form under pressure in the bottle and vapourises as the pressure is released. L.P.G. is twice as heavy as air and any leakage will tend to collect in pits, cellars and drains. Low level ventilation is essential when using L.P.G.
 
Typical L.P.G. Bottle Classification
Bottle
Weight of Gas
Weight of Empty Bottle
Price
Deposit
4.5kg Butane
4.5kg
6.2kg
P.O.A.
P.O.A.
13kg Butane
13kg
13.2kg
P.O.A.
P.O.A.
3.9kg Propane
3.9kg
6.2kg
P.O.A.
P.O.A.
13kg Propane
13kg
14.2kg
P.O.A.
P.O.A.
19kg Propane
19kg
18kg
P.O.A.
P.O.A.
47kg Propane
47kg
34kg
P.O.A.
P.O.A.
When buying gas either an empty gas bottle of the same size must be exchanged or a Gas Bottle Deposit paid.
 
TO DETERMINE THE SIZE OF HEATER REQUIRED FOR A GIVEN AREA USE THIS CALCULATION.
Determine area in cubic metres L x W x H in metres (A)
What temperature rise is required in °C? (T)
How well insulated is the building?
Good
= 1.2(K)
 
Average
= 2.2(K)
 
Poor
= 3.0(K)
 
None
= 4.0(K)
Heat requirement (btu/hr) = A x T x K x 4, to get the answer in kw divide by 3412.
e.g. a badly insulated enclosed area of 2000m³ requiring a temperature rise of 10°C will be:
2000 x 10 x 3 x 4 = 240,000 btu/hr or 70kw/hr
 
Large areas may require multiple heaters.
 
Description
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Catalogue Code: 008-020
180,000 btu Enclosed Flame Space Heater
£96.00
£128.00
£160.00
£22.88
 
ALL PRICES EXCLUDE VAT - ALL PICTURES, DIMENSIONS & WEIGHTS ARE APPROXIMATE

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