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Model HD30A

Internet #202812647

Hot Dawg 30,000 BTU Natural Gas Garage Ceiling Heater

$689.49 /each
  • Ceiling mount natural gas heater is low-profile for tight spaces
  • Product sold without installation or permitting
  • Equipment should be sized/installed by a qualified professional

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Suitable for installations in residential, commercial and industrial applications. This MODINE Hot Dawg 30,000 BTU Natural Gas Garage Ceiling Heater features a low-profile design ideal for surface mounting in locations where limited space is available. This ceiling heater conveniently accommodates piping from the left or right side for versatility.

  • Produces up to 30,000 BTUs/hour to keep you warm and comfortable on cold days
  • Ideal for residential, commercial and industrial applications
  • Accommodates piping from the left or right
  • Surface mounts to the ceiling
  • Low-profile design great for tight spaces
  • CSA listed
  • Equipment should be sized, selected and installed by a qualified professional to ensure proper installation, safe operation, adherence to federal, state and local codes and for valid warranty; see installation guide for more details
  • Recommended for professional purchase only
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Does this natural gas model have a vaiable speed fan & can you add a wall mounted thermostat?

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This unit has a both a single stage gas valve and a single stage fan. Put another way they are either on or off. As to your second question, This unit does not come with a thermostat. That is something you would need to supply. Modine does not supply the thermostats because they want to give people the choice of using a thermostat that meets there specific wants and needs. Keep in mins when selecting Read More
This unit has a both a single stage gas valve and a single stage fan. Put another way they are either on or off. As to your second question, This unit does not come with a thermostat. That is something you would need to supply. Modine does not supply the thermostats because they want to give people the choice of using a thermostat that meets there specific wants and needs. Keep in mins when selecting one, that many thermostats only go down to 60F. Often these units are used in areas that people want to maintain a lower temperature, Thus you may want to select a low temperature thermostat that has a low range that extends into the 40's Read Less
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March 5, 2016
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No, the fan speed on this model is not variable. This heater has an internal thermostat but a compatible external one could be added.
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Is this ventless?

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No. This unit must be vented in accordance with the owners manual and local code.
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How many BTU's needed to heat room 28 x 34 x 10, disregarding heat loss?

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February 26, 2016
I have a conference room which is unheated during winter except for about 15 days, and on those days, it needs to be made warm in a few hours for groups to use the area.

We would prefer a ceiling-mounted electric heater with multi-speed fan, and a wall-mounted thermostat to control the heater. Is there a Hot Dawg heater which has these abilities?

The room has about 1,000 square feet floor area, and one wall has four windows, single pane, 60 inches high by 30 inches wide, plus two doors with glass inserts. How many BTU's are needed to bring this room from 50 degrees to 70 degrees, and how long to do so?
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Heating equipment is sized by way of a heat loss calculation. There are programs on line where you can plug in the information and it will do the calculation for you. But those programs assume the room and structure are being heated throughout the season. They are sizing to the heat loss on the coldest hour of the coldest day of the year. By being able to satisfy the loss on the coldest day they are able Read More
Heating equipment is sized by way of a heat loss calculation. There are programs on line where you can plug in the information and it will do the calculation for you. But those programs assume the room and structure are being heated throughout the season. They are sizing to the heat loss on the coldest hour of the coldest day of the year. By being able to satisfy the loss on the coldest day they are able to keep the room warm. However you are asking how much heat you should foot print in order to bring a room up from a cold temp in the middle of winter. I have never done that and to even attempt it I would need more information as to where you are. As you can imagine, the final calculation is going to be different if you are in Alaska that if you are in Florida. You are welcome to give me a call and we can talk about this. As to electricity. Let us assume the 30000 BTU's is correct. That is the size of the Modine Hot Dawg you are asking about. Electricity has 3413 BTU's per Kilowatt. So to get 30000 BTU's of heat you would need a roughly 9 KW heater. That is a lot of electricity and is more than most circuits. Although you may don't assume you have that type of current readily available. Chris 978 651 3301 Read Less
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will a 30000 BTU unit keep a 500 square foot garage fully insulated at 21 degrees with an average of - 10 outside

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the garage has two inches of two pound insulation on all exterior walls this ceiling is 10 feet high with 6 inches of blowin insulation it is a very well sealed garage .
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To answer that question I would need to know how much heat this building loses on the coldest hour of the coldest day of the year. Determining that is done by way of a heat loss calculation. Although you have given me some vital information, it is not enough to do that. You are welcome to give me a call and we can do that. Also you may want to consider over sizing the unit depending on the use. Although Read More
To answer that question I would need to know how much heat this building loses on the coldest hour of the coldest day of the year. Determining that is done by way of a heat loss calculation. Although you have given me some vital information, it is not enough to do that. You are welcome to give me a call and we can do that. Also you may want to consider over sizing the unit depending on the use. Although I do not normally recommend over sizing a unit, often in a garage people will keep the space at a heated low temp and then want to raise the temp in short order to do a project. Thus if the unit is sized to the heat load, you may not have the capacity to raise the temp on a cold day. My point is the intended use of the space often influences the amount of capacity you will chose to install. Chris 978 651 3301 Read Less
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