Model # HD75LP

Internet #205964276

Modine Hot Dawg 75,000 BTU Propane Gas Garage Ceiling Heater
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Modine

Hot Dawg 75,000 BTU Propane Gas Garage Ceiling Heater

$ 937 38 /pallet(lift)

Overview

This Modine Hot Dawg 75,000 BTU Propane Gas Garage Ceiling Heater quietly produces heat to warm your interior spaces on cold days. Great for use in residential, commercial or industrial applications. This heater surface mounts to the ceiling and offers a low-profile, compact design to accommodate installing in confined spaces.
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Product Overview

This Modine Hot Dawg 75,000 BTU Propane Gas Garage Ceiling Heater quietly produces heat to warm your interior spaces on cold days. Great for use in residential, commercial or industrial applications. This heater surface mounts to the ceiling and offers a low-profile, compact design to accommodate installing in confined spaces.
  • Produces up to 75,000 BTU/hour to help 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
  • CSA listed
  • California residents see Prop 65 WARNINGS

Product Overview

Model #: HD75LP
Internet #: 205964276

This Modine Hot Dawg 75,000 BTU Propane Gas Garage Ceiling Heater quietly produces heat to warm your interior spaces on cold days. Great for use in residential, commercial or industrial applications. This heater surface mounts to the ceiling and offers a low-profile, compact design to accommodate installing in confined spaces.

  • Produces up to 75,000 BTU/hour to help 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
  • CSA listed
  • California residents see Prop 65 WARNINGS

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
25
Product Height (in.)
18
Product Width (in.)
26.8

Details

Heating Product Type
Gas Ceiling Heater
Heating Technology Type
Convection
Product Weight (lb.)
85lb
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
10 Years

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
25
Product Height (in.)
18
Product Width (in.)
26.8

Details

Heating Product Type
Gas Ceiling Heater
Heating Technology Type
Convection
Product Weight (lb.)
85lb
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
10 Years

Questions & Answers

Does this have a fan in the specs it has no mention of a fan. Do you have to purchase a fan separ...

Does this have a fan in the specs it has no mention of a fan. Do you have to purchase a fan separately?
Asked by: esp1000
Yes, there is a fan included and integrated into the system. No need to purchase another.
Answered by: EricInChicago
Date published: 2018-12-19

Does this unit come with the 2 way switch to have low and high heat settings?

Asked by: Brian
This particular furnace does not modulate. It essentially only has two speeds, on and off. In the vast majority of installations it would be wired to a thermostat that would turn it on and off to maintain the set point.
Answered by: chris
Date published: 2018-10-01

Do you need a special mounting bracket ?

Do you need a special mounting bracket ?
Asked by: BW
It does comes with mounting brackets which you must use, however I have found that using strut channel with 3/8" hardware allows you to be more flexible with your mounting location, distributes the load better, and eases the installation overall. I used 13/16" depth strut channel (sold at most Home Depot locations) attached to the joist with spacing that matches the included mounting bracket. I then used 3/8" strut nuts, bolts, and washer to connect the included bracket to the strut. Don't forget that you'll also need help to lift the unit into place.
Answered by: EricInChicago
Date published: 2018-12-19

does this unit come with a thermostat that can be installed at ground level. I would be suspendin...

does this unit come with a thermostat that can be installed at ground level. I would be suspending it from a 12 foot ceiling
Asked by: gizmo272
This furnace like most does not come with a thermostat. Most 24 volt thermostats will work. I make it my practice to use a thermostat that has a greater range than most. Often these are referred to as low temp thermostats as go down to lower temperatures than most residential stats. I do this because people often want to keep the space where these units are installed lower than conventional living space.
Answered by: chris
Date published: 2018-05-22
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Customer Reviews

Hot Dawg 75,000 BTU Propane Gas Garage Ceiling Heater is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 10.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from We selected this unit to heat a detached garage space measuring 22'x 30'. 8 foot open ceiling wit... We selected this unit to heat a detached garage space measuring 22'x 30'. 8 foot open ceiling with 2' on center trusses. It replaced 2 freestanding propane heaters; one, a 45k btu with 360 degrees of throw, and the other was one of those dual head Mr Heater type infrared heaters which put out 35k btu. While they did heat the garage very slowly, they were a major bother to operate and frankly, just not safe to work around. They also burned through roughly 40lbs of propane each day which resulted in a lot of water vapor which tends to condense onto every cold object around the garage. Not ideal. After reading the reviews on this and other units I calculated that this is the unit for us. We couldn't be happier with the results. The space heats quickly and the unit is much more quiet than I expected. It's particularly nice to not have to listen to the constant hissing sound that the freestanding propane heaters produce and 40lbs or propane now lasts a lot longer. Installation really couldn't be much easier for anyone with the tools and mechanical knowledge. For those who are wondering how to mount. I strongly recommend spacing Unistrut across three joists to distribute the load and allow for easy mounting with 3/8" strut nuts, bolts, and washers. As others have mentioned, though not that large, the unit is heavy and awkward to handle. Do NOT try to lift this on your own. Many thanks to my neighbor, It took roughly 20-30 minutes to plan and safely execute the lift and attachment and this could not have been done without him. Three ladders were used; One for each of us and a third under the unit. We carefully added cribbing (2x4s, plywood, etc) under the unit until we got close enough to thread the bolts into place. I should have added beforehand that I chose a location a few feet off center near and two feet away from an outside wall for easy routing of the gas pipe and a fairly straight shot up through the roof for the vent pipe. I did need to install a few adjustable vent elbows to clear the frame work at the roof, but overall it's a very straightforward installation. Note that this unit doesn't come with anything at all related to that which is required externally so be prepared to make a fairly long list of all the things you'll need to complete the installation for gas supply, electrical, and venting. . I was able to get all those things for about $300 but then I added two 40 lb propane tanks, an auto switching regulator, and an Ecobee Wi-Fi thermostat so I can monitor and control the garage from anywhere, anytime and receive alerts if the temperature drops. Total cost around $1600 with the propane tanks filled. There was just one problem to troubleshoot and this was an easy fix: Initially the unit fired up quickly and ran beautifully. Several hours later, it failed to complete the startup cycle and kept trying. I opened the access door and looked around and noticed that the orange flexible airline for the pressure sensor which tells the system that the induction fan is on had vibrated off of the tube that enters the plenum. I slid the tube back into position and problem solved. Oddly it happened two more times until i seated that tube all the way. I found this rather strange as there is no noticeable vibration but maybe it was the air pressure itself? Anyway, to avoid this inconvenience, I suggest that others check yours at the time of installation and every time you pull the access door to make sure that everything is solidly in place. While this heater does an absolutely fantastic job of heating the space quickly and throws the heat clear across to the other side of the room with ease, it was clear that I was going to burn through a LOT of propane if I didn't insulate the space. I was lucky to see how an early snowfall created a melt pattern which revealed the hot and cold spots. All walls now have insulation and drywall while the ceiling remains open with reflective "bubble wrap" type insulation stapled and sealed with reflective tape on the rafters. Frost on rooftop every mornning and the greatly reduced run time on the unit prove what a huge difference insulation makes. Now, when about 25 degrees outside, the unit runs for 1-3 minutes every 15-20 or even less often on a sunny day whereas before it would run for 5+min every 10 to 15. I've found 55-58 degrees to be very comfortable to work in all day long. I hope others find this review to be as helpful as I have found others. Be safe and stay warm!
Date published: 2018-12-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Quality unit. Straight forward installation. Good instruction. Not running yet... Quality unit. Straight forward installation. Good instruction. Not running yet because Home Depot doesn't sell the vent clean out Tee or the wall thimble for horizontal venting required by the mfg.
Date published: 2018-11-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy to install... Easy to install
Date published: 2018-10-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from At 90 plus degrees I don't really want to turn it on!!! At 90 plus degrees I don't really want to turn it on!!!
Date published: 2018-08-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 30 degrees to 65 in 5 minutes... get one! 30 degrees to 65 in 5 minutes... get one!
Date published: 2018-01-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product, easy to install works great.... Great product, easy to install works great.
Date published: 2017-12-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great heater easy to install.The venting was a bit of... Great heater easy to install.The venting was a bit of a challenge as I have no experience in this area, But got it done YouTube help a lot. Heats my three car garage fast. Great product.
Date published: 2017-01-31
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I had received this unit 3 times to set it up I follow the instruction to a t. After connection t... I had received this unit 3 times to set it up I follow the instruction to a t. After connection to electric first time trying me it would blow the fuse these units have a short built in them
Date published: 2016-11-08
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