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Model #RMC-FA125DGD

Store SKU #1000502537

70K-125K BTU Propane Forced Air Heater

  • Provides 70K-125K BTUs while heating an area up to 3,100 sq. ft.
  • Variable heat controls and an adjustable heat angle
  • For Outdoor/Indoor Construction Use
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Price:
$18539

Product Overview

The Dyna-Glo Deluxe 70,000-125,000 BTU Portable Gas Forced Air Heater offers a continuous electronic ignition system, coupled with adjustable height controls to insure you get the heat you need, when you need it, where you want it. Fueled by Liquid Propane, this unit heats up to 3,100 sq. ft. Hose and regulator assembly are included.
  • Continuous electronic ignition prevents dangerous delayed ignition
  • Features easy lift carrying handle for portability
  • Added safety with auto shutoff feature
  • Variable heat settings (70K, 100K, 125K BTUs)
  • Operates on a 20, 40 or 100 lb. propane cylinder (not included)
  • CSA certified
  • Note: product may vary by store



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Ratings
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Area Heated (Sq. Ft.)310035007000
Portable Heater FeaturesNonslip BaseAutomatic Shutoff,Thermostat,Tip-Over Safety Switch,VentedThermostat
Heat rating (BTU/hour)12500015000300000
Indoor/OutdoorOutdoorIndoorIndoor
Power/Fuel TypePropaneNatural GasPropane
Room SizeExtra LargeExtra LargeExtra Large
Heater TypeForced AirForced AirForced Air
Heating Technology TypeForced AirForced AirForced Air
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
11.81
Product Height (in.)
16.14
Product Width (in.)
25.59

Details

Area Heated (Sq. Ft.)
3100
Color
Gray
Color Family
Grays
Fuel rate (gallons/hour)
0
Fuel Tank Capacity (gallons)
0
Heat rating (BTU/hour)
125000
Heater Controls
Dial
Heater Type
Forced Air
Heating Product Type
Gas Portable Heater
Heating Technology Type
Forced Air
Ignition Type
Continuous Spark
Indoor/Outdoor
Outdoor
Material
Steel
Number of Heat Settings
3 Heat
Portable Heater Features
Nonslip Base
Power/Fuel Type
Propane
Product Weight (lb.)
19.73426
Returnable
180-Day
Room Size
Extra Large
Run time (hours)
7

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
CSA Certified
Manufacturer Warranty
1 Year Limited Warranty

Questions & Answers

14Questions25Answers

can i used a 80 LB propane tank from a fork truck for this heater

Asked by ASAP February 15, 2021
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Answer

If it will hook up to the heater, don't believe the heater cares if it's a 50lb, 80lb, 100lb propane tank.....

will it heat without electrical power... no blower running?

Asked by canz January 4, 2021
1
Answer

No..............

I wanted it sent to my house

Asked by Joe December 15, 2020
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Just purchased this yesterday and I'm using 20 pound propane tanks but they all freeze up after t...

Asked by Bub December 1, 2020
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Answer

I've used a number of size tanks, from 20 lb to a 100 lb and have never encountered the problem you describe, even on some sub-zero days. The only thing I can think of is vertical air flow if you're up on scaffolding. I've never had cold direct wind or a heavy air flow when I've used the heater, but even then, it would have to be a fairly strong wind/vertical freezing air flow. Have you called the company, spoken to anyone in their tech department? I'm confident they have one, somebody who can answer any questions you may have.

can this be used indoor? we need to heat a bedroon to 140f to kill off bed bugs

Asked by shipwreck2 September 5, 2019
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I do not believe that will be a problem, with the following caveats: 1. Make sure there is nothing close by that is flammable/could burn/ignite. If you have say about 15' to 20' from heat discharge, you should be okay. 2. I would not stay in the room, just open the bedroom door every few minutes to make sure all is well. I've used my heater in our cellar during the cold months when I wanted to get some woodworking done...never had a problem with fumes/odor...did keep the cellar door open a bit to get some fresh air circulating. I'm not sure though if the room will reach 140 degrees...maybe it will, never tried anything like you want to do. Isn't there some kind of safe spray out there to get the job done? I know they sell so called 'room bombs' to get rid of flea infestations. Anyway, good luck.....

can i use this unit to kill bed bugs in our house? since heat is what kills them besides chemicals.

Asked by crystal December 3, 2018
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No

what is the run time on a 20lb tank?

Asked by Rob2400 November 21, 2018
5
Answers

4 to 8 hours depending upon BTU setting..................

how long will it burn on a 20 gal. tank.???

Asked by george November 9, 2018
3
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The info provided says it will run for 12 hours. I'm guessing that is at the highest setting so it may be longer at the lower setting.

the heater lights on the primer setting but when you move the dial to the temp. level it shuts of...

Asked by stefan October 5, 2018
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In the manual, it says you may have to leave it depressed in the lighting mode for a bit. I've noticed it takes longer to stay lit when the temps drop.

can this be used under a mobile home?

Asked by ajs1 February 2, 2018
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I wouldn't recommend it. Amount other things, you need at least 36" clearance above the heater to combustible material. You would stand a good chance of setting the floor of the trailer, or the vapor barrier on fire.

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Customer Reviews

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  • 95% recommend this product
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I bought this heater for my wife's studio (25x25 uninsulated building) and it takes the chill out...
I bought this heater for my wife's studio (25x25 uninsulated building) and it takes the chill out in about 5min and I'm sure would heat us out if we ran it longer. More than meets my expectations. Only down side is it can be a bit loud to talk over. I run off a 20lb tank and may have to steal it next winter for car projects in my garage!
by Leds
1 person found this helpful
This is great heater to have. It's also a great last minute option. The only assembly is to put...
This is great heater to have. It's also a great last minute option. The only assembly is to put 2 screws into one of the handles and to screw the gas line onto your propane tank. Grabbing a propane tank real quick on the way in or out of the store is a lot quicker and easier than running across town for diesel. It has a high heat output and it ignites extremely reliably.
by Anroyals
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This heater works great. I fired it up to heat up my two-car garage during a cold NY day so I cou...
This heater works great. I fired it up to heat up my two-car garage during a cold NY day so I could work on some projects. Setting this up out of the box was very straightforward, and it fired up the first time with no issues. The intensity adjustment works great, and I really like the cord management system that's included. I was initially worried that this would be loud, based on feedback from a friend who has a similar but older unit, but this wasn't an issue at all. Quite the contrary, the pleasant hum from this heater was actually really relaxing, and staring into the heating element can become hypnotic. OK that just got weird.
by Adrian
6 people found this helpful
This thing is a beast. It heated a one-car garage (ventilated) to 70 degrees in less than 5 mins ...
This thing is a beast. It heated a one-car garage (ventilated) to 70 degrees in less than 5 mins (on the lowest setting) while it was under 40 degrees outside. The only downside is that its a bit loud. However, the ease of use and its immense power means we didn't have to keep it running constantly. It was very easy to set up and the instructions were easy to understand. After connecting it to the propane tank with the included hose, opened the tank valve, plugged the unit into an extension cord, and the fan and igniter started firing. Turned the knob to the low/ignite position and it immediately got a flame going. I would recommend this for builders working in the winter exposed to the cold.
by MB
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It did not get 5 stars because it is very...
It did not get 5 stars because it is very loud, that was the only downside.
by MICHAEL
This is fairly easy to light and throws off a...
This is fairly easy to light and throws off a lot of heat. Far more than a tank top heater. It is noisy and you need a wrench to tighten the connection to the propane tank - a handle/ knob on the gas line would be an improvement.
by JBW
Take a long time to ignite and doesn’t put as...
Take a long time to ignite and doesn’t put as much heat out as anticipated.
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