Model # PCFA175V

Internet #204583492

ProCom 175000 BTU Portable Liquid Propane Forced Air Heater


175000 BTU Portable Liquid Propane Forced Air Heater

$25900 /each

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Product Overview

ProCom Heating’s Portable Outdoor Propane Forced Air Heaters provide a high level of heat output buy circulating heat throughout and area. These commercial grade forced air heaters are made with heavy duty grade components for long lasting use. Simple to use, just plug into a standard household outlet and connect to a propane tank. Perfect for worker comfort, framing, dry walling, curing concrete, remodeling, automotive, agriculture, sporting events and many DIY projects.

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  • 75,000 to 175,000 BTU variable output
  • Patented power burner provides quiet operation
  • Heats up to 3,400 sq. ft.
  • Patented roll cage protection system
  • Built in safety shut down protection
  • Automatic ignition
  • CSA certified
  • Includes 10 ft. hose and regulator
  • Cool touch design
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Customer Questions & Answers

Does this unit have a thermostat?

Asked by: Bat
Yes, the unit has settings for High and Low
Answered by: SALES SUPPORT
Date published: 2016-01-22

What is the temperature rise?

Asked by: Bonjing
This unit will produce a 175,000 BTU's and requires a minimum of 1 square foot of ventilation if being ran inside. There are too many variables(size of room, current temperature of room, etc) to determine temperature rise.
Answered by: SALES SUPPORT
Date published: 2016-07-18

does this unit need electricity

does this unit need electricity
Asked by: duck

what is the max temp for this unit need 130 degrees for unit?

need a temp of 125 to 135 for curing a curing room 1000 square unoccupied possessing room. I have out side vent for heater and heat circulating fans
Asked by: garyo
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