Internet #202812640

Model #PDP150

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PDP 150,000 BTU Natural Gas Vertical Power Vented Unit Heater

  • Ceiling mount heater with auto shutoff & power exhaust vents
  • Product sold without installation or permitting
  • Equipment should be sized/installed by a qualified professional
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Product Overview

Heat an interior space with this Modine 150,000 BTU Natural Gas Ceiling Heater that features an interrupted-spark ignition and 80% thermal efficiency. This ceiling heater features safety precautions such as an automatic shutoff and a safety pressure switch. The power exhaust enables either vertical or horizontal ventilation.
  • California residents
  • 150,000 input BTUs and 120,000 output BTUs for 80% thermal efficiency
  • Power exhaust vents vertically or horizontally
  • Safety pressure switch
  • Surface mounts to the ceiling
  • CSA listed
  • 115 Volt
  • LP conversion kit sold separately model# 28048 internet# 202812667
  • 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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  • Full Modine model number: PDP150AE0130SBAN

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Heating Technology TypeConvectionForced AirConvectionForced Air
Product Width (in.)211933.62519
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
29.875
Product Height (in.)
35.25
Product Width (in.)
21

Details

Heating Product Type
Gas Ceiling Heater
Heating Technology Type
Convection
Product Weight (lb.)
168
Returnable
180-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
10 Years

Questions & Answers

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What is the outlet pipe size

Asked by Spark November 6, 2020
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Under the header "Info and Guides" you will find a PDF of the installation instructions. If you open the instructions you will find venting beginning on page 6. If you look at table 6.1 on page six you see that this unit vents through 5". Typically these units vent through Type B venting material. Please note that the discharge of the draft inducer is smaller than 5". It is closer to 4". This is why the table references that the unit comes supplied with an adapter that transitions from the discharge side of the draft inducer to 5".

Does it require fresh air intake?

Asked by Brian September 16, 2020
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All products that burn fuel need make up air. This unit is no exception However this unit like most pulls the air from the space around it; meaning from within the structure. If the structure has been built particularly tight the system may need a dedicated source make up air. That can take all different forms depending on your geographic location and the gas code in that area. This could include a louver to the out side, fan that pulls out side air into the structure when it is in operation. There are gas driven units that employ as system called either "sealed combustion" or "separated combustion", This is not one of them. With those units you have a dedicated vent line that draws air in from the outside and feeds it to the combustion chamber. Typically it is run in parallel with the exhaust line. With these units the combustion air never interacts with the indoor air. These types of units are required in many cold weather climates, such as in Canada, because the homes are built so tight.

Will this heat a 24 x 36 (3) car garage?

Asked by Kathy March 1, 2020
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There is no universal consistent relationship between square footage of floor space and how much heating capacity you need to install. As I am sure you can envision the same structure if located in Alaska is going to need a lot more capacity than it would if located in Florida. The proper way to size heating is to do a heat loss calculation. There are many free programs on line that will do this for you. Basically you enter room sizes, window sizes, construction type, geographic location, etc. and the program will calculate how much heat the structure will lose on the coldest hour of the coldest day of the typical year. Selecting the capacity that is matched to the actual load you will get the longest and most efficient run times. Garages are the one place I frequently deviate from the heat loss. Because people often keep their garages cool but then want to heat them up fast to either do a project or melt snow off a car I will often install extra capacity. This allows them raise the temp on a cold winter day in a reasonable period of time. For example I live in Massachusetts and my heat loss called for 30,000 BTU’s of capacity. However I installed the 75,000 BTU unit. I keep my garage at 45 F and with this unit I am able to get it up to comfortable temperature in a reasonable period of time. If I consistently maintained a higher temperature in my garage I probably would not have installed so much extra capacity.

Can you tell me the consumption rate, in gallons, that this unit would use in an hour at full hea...

Asked by Craig November 17, 2019
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The input of this unit is 150,000 BTU’s per hour. A gallon of propane is 90,000 BTU’s. So 150000/90000 equals 1.66 Gallons Per Hour. Keep in mind you can only fill a propane tank to roughly 80% of its actual volume as the liquid needs space within the tank to vaporize.

can i use this in my house

Asked by Anthony September 19, 2018
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That would depend on both your home and the code in your specific state. I would suggest you ask a qualified plumber or the code enforcement person in your town. I have a very large garage with 12" ceilings and use the 200,000 BTU version and it works quite well.

Building a garage. Will this heat a 22x27 garage? Also does this require venting or duck work additionally?

Asked by Harleyman November 26, 2017
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You will need to add exhaust vent

I am wanting to put one of these in a new construction which will be a garage 22x27. Will this heat my new garage?

Asked by Harleyman November 26, 2017
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This will more then heat your garage ..... This size in your 22x27 will run you out.

do I have to buy venting pipe separate?

Asked by kk February 14, 2017
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Modine is a contractor centered company that manufactures commercial unit heaters. They do no manufacture vent pipe. Thus they do not sell it. Also venting requirements are different throughout the country. Typically this unit is vented using Type B venting which is available in most areas.

Would I have to special order this unit so it could be ran with propane instead? Or just have a q...

Asked by Tdennis February 6, 2017
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You don't need to do either. The Home Depot offers this unit factory set for LP. It is on line SKU 205965414 If you put that number in the search block on The Home Depot's web site it will come up.

Is the flame adjustable

Asked by Steven November 23, 2016
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I am not sure what you mean by adjustable. There are adjustments that can be made to the appliance relative to the flame, but those should be made by a experienced and qualified professional that has the proper equipment. However if you are asking me if this is a modulating product not it is not. It has two speeds, on and off. Some new equipment as a modulating firing rate where it can vary the input depending on need. This is not one one of them.

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Just got done installing this unit in our 70X48X19 building. Replaced a forty year old unit. I p...
Just got done installing this unit in our 70X48X19 building. Replaced a forty year old unit. I plan on adding at lest one more to help cover required BTU for area. Temps outside right now are 45-53 degrees. My gas meter has slowed down by 66 percent. Very excited about that. Once installed the unit fired right up. I am very satisfied with this unit.
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Arrived in a few days after ordering; well packaged, arrived undamaged. Product assembled well-quality. Easy to install, operates great.
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The Modine heater itself is good, it covers are 2,000...
The Modine heater itself is good, it covers are 2,000 sq ft commercial site really well. We did have an issue with the transformer and reached out to homedepot but they couldn’t replace just the part. We reached out to Modine and the service wasn’t the best and didn’t get resolved.
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The product installed easy and works great now but and FYI if someone is considering this unit. T...
The product installed easy and works great now but and FYI if someone is considering this unit. There is an on off slide switch on inward side of the gas control valve that was switched off... It costed me hr's trying to figure out why it would not light. There was no reference in the install manual of this switch.
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Installation was simple. Has plenty of heat for our 3,000+ sq ft building. I would recommend this furnace and would buy it again if I needed another one! Ordered online. Came in several days sooner than expected! The only "problem" that I had was it was difficult to fit it in my full size Dodge truck with a topper due to the sturdy box it comes in. We had to cut the top open and tear the sides down and remove the foam, etc. so that it would fit. Note: This is quite heavy and will require either 2+ people to lift it out and into position, or (better) a fork lift or hydraulic lift cart.
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