Model # RMC-LPC200DG

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Dyna-Glo 50K - 200K BTU LP Convection Heater


50K - 200K BTU LP Convection Heater

  • Provides 50K-200K BTUs while heating an area up to 4,700 sq. ft.
  • Easy to light piezo ignition with variable heat controls
  • For outdoor or indoor construction use
$6900 /each
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Product Overview

The Dyna-Glo 200,000 BTU Portable Convection Tower Propane Heater features 3 heat settings and a 360 degree heat radius that offers plenty of warmth for areas of up to 4,700 sq. ft. The convenient, one-hand piezo ignition helps provide a fast startup. The non-slip base and automatic shutoff help ensure safety.

  • Variable heat settings can produce 50,000, 120,000 and 200,000 BTUs/hour to keep you warm and comfortable
  • Heats up to 4,700 sq. ft. with a 360 degree heat radius for ample coverage
  • 1-hand piezo ignition helps provide quick and easy startup
  • Automatic shutoff and sturdy, non-slip base help ensure safe use
  • CSA listed for safety
  • Auto safety shut-off and large sturdy base to prevent tipping
  • 100 lb. LP tank is required to run at higher BTU settings greater than 50K
  • 100 lb. run time: 43 hours @ 50K, 18 hours @ 120K, 11 hours @ 200K
  • 40 lb. run time: 17 hours @ 50K
  • 20 lb. run time: 9 hours @ 50K
  • Note: product may vary by store

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Area Heated (Sq. Ft.)
Color Family
Fuel Tank Capacity (gallons)
Fuel rate (gallons/hour)
Heat rating (BTU/hour)
Heater Controls
Heater Type
Heating Product Type
Gas Portable Heater
Heating Technology Type
Ignition Type
Number of Heat Settings
Portable Heater Features
Automatic Shutoff,Nonslip Base
Power/Fuel Type
Product Weight (lb.)
Run time (hours)

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
ANSI Certified,CSA Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
1 Year Limited

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Customer Questions & Answers

Is this heater safe for indoor use in a house?

Asked by: smp4502004
Yes, But because it is gas, make sure to vent the area to eliminate the possibility of any carbon monoxide build up or exposure. Open a window or door slightly for venting.
Answered by: DENT
Date published: 2016-03-24

does it come with regulater

does it come with regulater
Asked by: shiffty1
Hello Shiffty, This unit does come with a regulator.-GHP Group Customer Service Team
Answered by: GHP Group Inc. Support
Date published: 2017-01-13

Freezing up

I purchased this model in November (50,000 - 200K LP Convection Heater) from Home Depot and have recently tried to use when the beginning temperatures were in the low 20's. It lit and ran for a few minutes and then stopped. I assumed that something had frozen but in reviewing other comments or product reviews it doesn't seem like this should have happen, especially since the tank, lines and heater were warm to start with. Would elevating the tank help? Thoughts, suggestions?
Asked by: PAR
What size propane tank are you using? If shouldnt freeze a 20lb on low but if you try on high you wont get very much time on it. It does recommend using a 100lb tank for anything over 50k BTU draw.
Answered by: Kyle
Date published: 2016-02-16

How low can you set the flame?

How low can you set the flame
Asked by: Al
Hello, We don't have information on how high or low the flame should be. On this unit we have a low, medium and high. Hope this helps.-Customer Service Team
Answered by: GHP Group Inc. Support
Date published: 2017-01-04
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Customer Reviews

50K - 200K BTU LP Convection Heater is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 31.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great for heating a garage Heats my 32x14 insulated shop from 30 to 80 degrees in less than 10 minutes. Down side is it is extremely loud when on full blast. Heats my 32x28 partially insulated garage from 30-50 degrees in about 30 minutes. Things I dislike are the lack of a thermostat control. Only has a lever that you adjust between pilot only and full on. Also, in the manual it tells you that you will need a 100lb tank, not sure if it needs to be that large, but I can say that when it is really cold a 20lb tank will freeze up in a hurry....could probably get by with a 40lb.
Date published: 2012-02-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Instant Heat and Extremely High Output Outstanding heater. Perfect execution. If you want instant heat and LOTS of it, look no further. This heater heats my 3 car garage in less than 5 minutes at full throttle. I'm not talking ceramic heater "I-can-feel-my-fingers-now" heat, I'm talking take your shirt off heat. Yes, it is loud at full throttle. This is not a con or a design flaw; this a simple convection forced-air commercial-grade heater. It DESTROYS cold. It's loud at full throttle because it's 200,000 BTU. To put that in perspective, the popular Duraheat Kerosene heaters put out 23,000 BTU which you can boil water on top of just fine. YOU WOULD NEED NEARLY 10 KEROSENE HEATERS ON FULL BLAST TO EQUAL 1 OF THESE. It's a beast and doesn't disappoint. On maximum, it sounds like a Jet engine and the top half of the metal body will glow red hot; I actually caught my rear end on fire once standing about a foot and a half from it... whoops! But it is exponentially quieter as you reduce the volume knob (on low you can talk at normal levels just fine). Take care what your placing it under; I have accidentally set off my fire alarm a couple of times because I have a heat sensor on the ceiling of my garage, and had this heater directly under it on high. You probably don't want it under your garage door motor full blast either... just use common sense. Our garage has 10' high sheetrock ceilings, which is fine for short periods of full throttle. This unit has a built in igniter and and the body collapses to half it's height for easy storage. When I first use it after being stored for the season, I usually end up lighting it manually and turning it on for at least several seconds to burn out any spider webs or crud. I've had and used this unit for 7 years now with NO problems. Usually after January/February, Home Depot puts these on clearance for about $39-69, so hold on to your receipt ;). I have many different heaters and now use the following procedure to heat my space: I start with this propane heater on high for about 5 minutes... then shut it off. Then use Kerosene heater to "maintain" the temperature as necessary. Propane is a LOT cheaper than kerosene. I get a tank exchange at my local homedepot for less than $20... Kerosene is currently $4.29/gallon here. When this heater is used in the described fashion, the propane lasts a LONG time considering what you get out of it. On a side note, I'm using my 1500-watt electric Holmes Quartz heater in place of the kerosene heaters when possible. Electricity is cheap and can be more econimical than burning kerosene (although you will typically have less BTUs). Here's a cost breakdown and comparison: --This propane heater... 1 20lb Propane tank (about $20) = about 1.5 hours on high @ 200,000 BTUs. Noise level is moderate to loud. Maintenance free. -- Duraheat DH2304 Kerosene heater... 1 gallon K1 kerosene (about 4.25-4.50/gal)= about 8 hours on high @ 23,000 BTUs. Noise level is completely silent. Requires yearly maintenance which can be a bother, and a bit messy (changed many wicks and ignitors over the years, and hands often end up smelling like kerosene for about a day after refueling). Can also release a bit of carbon monoxide when first lighting and after turning off. --Holmes hqh307 1500w Quartz tower heater... uses 1.5 KWH [Kilowatt Hour] (which costs about $0.0135/hr or $1.08 per 8 hours... when using the rate for my local electric utility which costs $0.09/kwh)= 1 hour on high @ 5,120 BTUs. Noise level of the fan is low. Maintenance free. Zero emissions. So to sum it all up, I love this Propane heater; It does what it's supposed to and does it well. Simple, efficient, effective design. Headache free and reliable.
Date published: 2013-01-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Need to Feel The Heat? Get one of these! I needed to warm up the shop where I'm doing some research, it's a cold metal building with little insulation 20'x14'. I dislike those turbo blast heaters, turn them on and you can't think and they are like a jet in full afterburners, no in-between. This is way different, 5 minutes on a 32F morning and the shop is warm, take off my coat and turn this down a little and the noise is reduced and I'm happy. Don't have the hot flashes and cold chills from the on off afterburner effect of a turbo heater. Easy to set up, worked first time and is very efficient. Dang good idea I had, you should do the same.
Date published: 2015-10-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from AWESOME HEATER!!!! I am so glad I decided to buy this heater! I had been looking for a heater to warm up my 3 garage and I came across this one and thought I would give it a shot. I took my time and read all the reviews, So I knew what I was getting. There is very little assembly (takes just a Phillips, a 1/2" and 3/4" wrench). It is a little loud on high, But not loud enough to where you can't take it. I had it running on high for about 10 minutes and it took the chill out of the air and within 20 minutes I was running around my garage without a coat!!!! I turned it down to as low as I could get it and it maintained a nice cozy temp. I would recommend buying this if you are wanting to heat up a large area fast!!!! I hope this helped if you were debating on whether or not to get this....
Date published: 2015-01-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Not bad priced for the unit. I got the heater and hooked it up as per instructions an it amazed me at the heat this heater put out. It has a pilot light so when I turn it off for a few moments it will light back easy. If you turn this unit on high it will work on a 30lb LP tank. It is very loud no more than the force air Kerosene blower heaters.
Date published: 2014-01-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Powerhouse propane heater Highly recommended if you have a need for quick easy heat and a LOT of it. This thing sounds just like a regular propane space heater so I wasn't surprised at the noise but it's not bad at lower settings. I really don't see how you could ask for more in a portable heater. Home Depot delivers the goods with this one. I was surprised at the speed with which I received the heater. Good job Home Depot!
Date published: 2014-07-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product It amazes me how fast this my garage heats up with this. Great product and reasonable priced.
Date published: 2011-12-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Heater. Nice because unlike the torpedo heaters, this one does not need Nice because unlike the torpedo heaters, this one does not need electicity. Simple to assemble. It heats up my 2 car garage on high in a couple minutes. Then mantains a comfortable temperature on low.
Date published: 2015-02-26
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