Internet #204583472

Model #200052

160,000 to 220,000 BTU Portable Kerosene Heater

  • Operates with kerosene and diesel fuels
  • Heavy-duty construction for longevity
  • Great for sporting events and outdoor DIY projects
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Product Overview

ProCom Heating’s Portable Outdoor Forced Air Heaters provide a high level of heat output buy circulating heat throughout and area. This commercial grade forced air heater is made with heavy duty grade components for long lasting use. Not only is this heater loaded with tons of features, it also includes many patented features exclusive to ProCom Heating. Easy to use, this heater operates off kerosene fuel, #1 and #2 diesel fuel, fuel oil, JP-8 fuel and jet a fuel. Perfect for worker comfort, framing, dry walling, curing concrete, remodeling, automotive, agriculture, sporting events and many DIY projects.
  • California residents
  • CSA certified for kerosene and diesel fuels
  • Thermostat or manual operation
  • Heats up to 5300 sq. ft.
  • Patented glow plug allows sub zero performance
  • On board diagnostics center
  • 14 gal. fuel tank
  • Patented fuel recognition system
  • Click here for more information on Electronic Recycling Programs

Info & Guides

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
55
Product Height (in.)
31
Product Width (in.)
23

Details

Area Heated (Sq. Ft.)
3800
Color
Silver
Color Family
Grays
Fuel rate (gallons/hour)
1.2
Fuel Tank Capacity (gallons)
14
Heat rating (BTU/hour)
220000
Heater Controls
Thermostat
Heater Type
Forced Air
Heating Product Type
Kerosene Heater
Heating Technology Type
Radiant
Ignition Type
Continuous Spark
Indoor/Outdoor
Outdoor
Material
Steel
Maximum Temperature Setting (F)
99
Number of Heat Settings
Variable
Portable Heater Features
Automatic Shutoff,Digital Display,Fuel Gauge,Nonslip Base,Thermostat,Wheels
Power/Fuel Type
Multiple
Product Weight (lb.)
75
Returnable
180-Day
Room Size
Extra Large
Run time (hours)
12

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
CSA Certified,CSA Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
1 Year Limited Warranty

Questions & Answers

8Questions14Answers

HOW DO YOU GET TO THE FUEL FILTER

Asked by rON January 3, 2016
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take the plastic side cover off.

were do you get parts to fix the procom 220vt

Asked by steve March 13, 2017
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you don't . customer service is terrible. out of stock on circuit boards that go bad and no answer when they will be available.

Keeps throwing a C2 code and won't reset how do I fix it

Asked by Dan March 30, 2016
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REPLACE MAIN BOARD..I AM ON MY 3RD FOR SAME THING....

Whenever I plug in heater it throws code C1. What does this mean?

Asked by ImCold January 27, 2018
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Answer

I would recommend referring to your manual here is the link https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B51URkAbkqnhMzczUGtndDh0MGs/view. You can also contact ProCom Heating 1-866-573-0674

I have a 220vt, it has been working great but is now stuck on a c1 fault. C1 indicates incoming ...

Asked by aaron January 3, 2017
1
Answer

The main board is junk..you will need to replace it..

Keeps throwing a C1 code and won't reset. How do I fix this?

Asked by Happy October 21, 2017
1
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Hello, Thank you for your message. We apologize for the delay is response. Please reference the instructions in the manual for troubleshooting the C1 code. If you are unable to fix the unit, please give us a call at 866-573-0674 Monday - Friday from 8am to 5 pm CST for further assistance with the product. Please let us know if we may assist you further, Procom Heating

Keeps fault on c9 how do I fix it

Asked by Tator February 8, 2016
1
Answer

Manual is at: https://www.usaprocom.com/customer-service-center/product-manuals/. My 1st c9 was a bad motor, My 2nd c9 was the air pump vane began to rub. if you are lucky you may be able to adjust the tolerance - page 17 of the manual - and get it running. My advice however is to find a new heater, mine has been nothing but trouble.

Which diesel do I use for kerosene

Asked by Bon January 13, 2017
1
Answer

Your question makes no sense. you use either Diesel or Kerosene. Ina closed space through diesel will choke you out though, Kerosene burns much cleaner

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Wish I could choose zero stars. This is junk plan and simple. I've logged one hour of use over two winters. This product doesn't work. Stay away.
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This is junk..DONT WASTE YOUR CASH..3 BOARDS SAME CODE ...NOW THEY WONT HELP TO FIX IT...
This is junk..DONT WASTE YOUR CASH..3 BOARDS SAME CODE ...NOW THEY WONT HELP TO FIX IT...
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BE WARNED-DO NOT BUY! if you are lucky you may get one season out of it if you use VERY fresh ker...
BE WARNED-DO NOT BUY! if you are lucky you may get one season out of it if you use VERY fresh kerosene or maybe diesel #1. Then my experience has been, poor if any support, new motor and pump (under warranty after MANY calls), new control, board, new igniter (aftermarket works better than original), and fuel line problems (tank line got gummy and degraded and plugged nozzle), air pump looses tolerance and jams requiring adjustment. I have taken it apart and cleaned and fixed it many times. it still does not work. It is not getting hard use or stored incorrectly-it is just junk. It may be assembled in the US but ALL of the important parts are low quality Chinese (see list of replaced parts above) When it fails to ignite it fogs your garage with fuel. If you do get an ignition after a few failed attempts it will shoot flames out a foot or two for several seconds due to the fuel that has accumulated in the chamber. If it starts getting temperamental and you have to work on it PLEASE take it outside to try to start it. Dollar for dollar, one of the worst products I have ever purchased.
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My usage was kerosene for first 10 gallons over the course of a year or so (very little use) then...
My usage was kerosene for first 10 gallons over the course of a year or so (very little use) then needed it for a big job and ran it every day for a week, switching to diesel after the first day when kerosene ran out. It started throwing a code after a week and wouldn't fire up. Saw the reviews here and kicked myself. But the manual really is very good and walk you through step by step (with drawings) to show you how to correct. One of the first things it said was to check fuel level. Half a tank - no problem. But when it came time to try cleaning the fuel filter I finally spotted what went wrong - they used a very cheap piece of rubber hose as the fuel pick-up line sitting in the tank. It had disolved!!! I'm pretty sure this is #2 diesel and nobody slipped me biodiesel or anything like that, but regardless - put a piece of plastic in there that can handle sitting in fuel. A lot of trouble for something so ridiculous and I only barely noticed it. It would be easy to go through their steps and not catch the irregular end of that fuel line and realize that it wouldn't actually descend very far into the tank anymore so you'd essentially be out of fuel with the tank half full! I wonder how many of the other instances of this thing failing and repair procedures didn't work were chasing this easy to miss problem. In any event, I put on 6 inches 1/4 inch ID fuel hose from Napa and it fired right up and is working fine again. I like the heater and the manual is better than most, but this shortcut is such an obvious mistake it tells you how many other corners are likely cut that are causing problems also.
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Bought the 160/220 btu heater and took it to job. It would not even start up. Took it back thinki...
Bought the 160/220 btu heater and took it to job. It would not even start up. Took it back thinking I just got a bad one, but no the second one is junk as well. I cant give it away .That was a year ago and I can't make it do a darn thing, just flashes codes . Don't know about anyone else but this old boy is getting pretty sore from taking the shaft from big corps !!! And yes I want my money back!! And no I haven't got my ticket were I bought it .
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I bought this unit 1yr ago. I had to replace it immediately. The second one worked but would not fire at times and would fill my shop with kerosene. I found that the injector is not fixed and was not blowing onto ignition. I used a pull tie to hold it in position. After about a month it started squeaking. Well it made it to spring and I emptied it and stored it. Late fall came and after a couple uses the fan would just stop at times. I call tech support and they sent me a new fan and pump. After install it would not power up. They then sent me a circuit board. This one slows down the fan to soon. So now I have owned it 1yr and 2 days and the unit does its count down and starts then shuts off and starts count down again. This continues on and on. Thankfully they are going to honer the warranty and send me 1 more circuit board.
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