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ProCom Vent-Free Dual Fuel Infrared Radiant Wall Heater - 5-Plaque, 30,000 BTU, Model# MD5TPA

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  • Easy push-button piezo ignition
  • Installation is easy and economical with no venting or chimney required
  • No electricity is necessary, making it perfect for power outages
  • Works with optional blower (# 173957)
  • Use with the included wall mounting bracket or optional base legs (sold separately), Item# 173958
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Technical Details
Part Number MD5TPA
Item Weight35 pounds
Product Dimensions9.8 x 28.5 x 26 inches
OriginImported (China)
Item model numberMD5TPA
ColorWhite|Whites
Item Package Quantity1
  
Additional Information
ASINB005G2SFRM
Best Sellers Rank #168,992 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight35 pounds
Date First AvailableOctober 8, 2011
  
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Product Description

This ProCom Vent-Free Dual Fuel Infrared Radiant Wall Heater offers 99 energy efficiency and dual fuel versatility. Use it with both natural gas or propane for cost-effective comfort. BTU Output 30,000, Product Style Wall heater, Heating Capability sq. ft. 1,000, Dimensions L x W x H in. 8 x 26 5/8 x 23 1/2, Thermostat Included Yes, Includes Wall mounting bracket, Blower Included No, Oxygen Depletion Sensor Yes, Color White. Easy push-button piezo ignition Installation is easy and economical with no venting or chimney required No electricity is necessary, making it perfect for power outages Works with optional blower #173957 Use with the included wall mounting bracket or optional base legs sold separately, Item# 173958 Not for sale in California or Canada. Check your local regulations on installation restrictions and requirements. Propane use requires 100-lb. tank or larger with two-stage adjustable regulator available from gas supply company.

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Saves on electric!!
Linda
If not sunny, then the heater keeps the room comfortable all day.
Russ
If I need another one I'll buy the same one!!
Sam Schuette

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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Thomas E. Huntley on December 9, 2011
For years I've used a kerosene heater to heat my garage, and found it acceptable for occasional use. On my last trip to the gas station, Kerosene was over $5 per gallon. Now, each time I wanted to do a project in the garage during the winter, it cost me $3 to $4 just to take off the cold! Being the cheapskate that I am, I shopped the online used stuff site we all love, and purchased a used blue flame heater for $80, that looked like new. The owner told me it worked great. So I parted with the cash and hooked everything up to my new gas line in the garage. After an hour, I went out to see how things were going. Obviously, there was a problem, because the garage stunk to high heaven. I had just wasted $80.

After reeling from my loss of four crisp Twenty Dollar Bills, I suddenly became a very smart shopper. While I was not able to do comparisons on anything but paper, I decided on the ProCom based on what "seemed" to be the popularity of the system. Also, I went with the infra-red design, based on the notion that newer usually means improved. Minutes ago, I fired up my new heater, and I could not be happier. After a few minutes of running, there are no fumes at all. I even went outside for a breath of fresh air, and to tune up my nostrils for anything I may not have detected earlier. No problem! This thing burns clean!

I live in the Detroit area, and could not locate a retail store where I could pourchase this unit. On-line seemed to be my only option. Then, as I was driving to Central Michigan University to pick up my daughter, it occurred to me that the buyer demographic in Mt. Pleasant, Michigan (up north, as we say here) may actually stock these things. They do, and the price at Manard's was competitive with the best I found on-line. I'm sold. You can't go wrong with a ProCom.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Tim C on December 29, 2011
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Good heater found same one at Tractor Supply but with blower for same price. The one from Amazon did not have blower.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Scott on March 16, 2013
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Have been using an electric metabolic heater for years in the garage, decided it was time to get more comfortable. Installed this heater in my garage, aka "Man Cave" and couldn't be happier. I would say this is the best item I have purchased in the past few years. Installation was simple, hookup to natural gas a plus and it heats up a 3 car garage in a little over an hour from about 45 to 70 degrees, exactly what I was looking for. Gas is so much cheaper than electricity it just makes $ence. Would definitely recommend and buy again.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By MAURICIO GUTIERREZ on April 4, 2013
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I have a country house in the mountains in colombia and this device is working great. Easy to install. Warms up the house in 20 minutes. Very good choice
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By WAS on January 28, 2014
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I wanted a supplemental heater for 2 reasons: 1) to heat a cold area of my house when outside temperatures fell below 0 deg F 2) the provide heat when there was an electrical power failure

The ProCom heater seems to meet this need very well. I would have rated it higher but I found some of the installation instructions to be inaccurate. Nothing major, but annoying details that cost me some time to sort out. All in all, the product was delivered when promised, and was complete with all the accessories needed for installation.

I estimated ahead of time that my normal house infiltration air flow would be enough to keep the relative humidity below 50%, so I was not concerned about the heater making my room air too moist. The actual room humidity, with the heater running and a -10 deg F outside temperature, was 15% relative humidity. This is consistent with what the ProCom literature told me to expect.

The heater is quiet, and everyone seems to enjoy standing in front of it, for a few minutes, when they first come in from outside
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Russ on January 11, 2014
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We have a 200+ sq. ft. sunroom that is 2 story (about 20 ft. high ceiling) with 11 4'x6' double pane windows. The windows pretty much take up the entire outside wall. There is also a 6' wide sliding glass (old) door in one end. This is not a heated space. We live in Colorado where winter temps have been averaging around 25-30 since the first part of December with lows in single digits at times. We have tried two highly recommended 120V space heaters and neither worked. I researched 240V electric heaters and though they might have worked, I was concerned about the energy costs (even though we do have solar panels). Finally, I took a serious look at natural gas heaters. At first, I was pretty sure we would have to have it vented to the outside. Then I came across this ProCom Vent Free heater. They gave a nice little formula for determining if you need to vent it or not depending on the volume of your space where you use it. Our sunroom had plenty of space to support the 30,000 BTU heater. I had my plumber run the gas pipe under in the crawl space and to the sunroom... a job I could have done myself but did not want to mess with. That cost $415 parts and labor.

The performance of this heater has been exactly what we wanted! Without any effort except setting the temperature control in the morning and at night, it keeps the room at about 52-55 at night and as warm as we want it in the day. We usually turn up the thermostat when we get up in the morning and within 30 minutes or so the entire room is at 60+ and climbing. If it is a sunny day, once the sun is out the room heats quickly and the thermostat turns the heater off until the evening. If not sunny, then the heater keeps the room comfortable all day. We bought the radiant heater and not the blue flame. This seems to work very well.
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