Camping Emergency Butane Heater Coherent Heat Source Survival Tools
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- Use standard butane gas cartidge for portability
- Ceramic burner
- Pressure sensing safety shut off device
- Gas consumption 100gm/hr
- CE certificate
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Tooluxe Double Coherent Source Butane or Propane Ceramic Heater. Use standard butane gas cartridge for portability. Ceramic burner. Swivel body. Pressure sensing safety shut off device. Gas consumption 100gm/hr. CE certificate. This needs to be erased - 1 pc external connector for butane with LPG for external gas source.
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|Item Dimensions||—||8 x 6 x 6.75 in||5.9 x 7.08 x 6.69 in||10.25 x 15.5 x 16.5 in||3.8 x 4.3 x 6.1 in||9.25 x 4.4 x 4.4 in|
|Item Weight||—||3.67 lbs||—||9 lbs||1.6 lbs||5.25 lbs|
|Wattage||—||1,500 watts||1.5 kilowatts||—||200 watts||—|
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The top of the heater swivels a few degrees, allowing some direction of the heat upward. This is useful if you are seated in front of the heater, so it directs warmth up at you instead of into your shins. Be warned that this heater produces a LOT of heat! Don't be too close to it for any length of time, as it will burn you.
It sets up in moments. You open the access door in the bottom portion, insert the canister, positioning the cutout in the rim of the can with a spring-loaded retention clip, and press down on the lever on the left side of the unit. This locks the canister in place tightly. You pull a wire ring on the side while turning the knob to the "light" position at its furthest extent. The built-in lighter is of the piezoelectric type, emitting a spark when the knob is turned to the far end of its travel. There will be resistance to turning near the end, and a click, as the piezo lighter is activated. DO THIS QUICKLY. Do not let it sit for more than a few seconds without igniting, or a lot of fuel will be emitted, and when you DO light it, the heater will flare, which can be dangerous. But if you pull the priming ring, turn, and click the knob very quickly, it should light immediately with no flareup. If it doesn't light on the first click, let the knob move back a little, then turn it again to click the lighter element.
A canister should last several hours, depending on how high you set it. Be warned that this heater SAYS that it is for outdoor use, and it would be excellent for use while working in the backyard, or in the shed, so long as there is ventilation. You probably can use it safely indoors with good airflow, but be aware that there is no oxygen depletion sensor on this unit, and you shouldn't use it in a closely-sealed environment. It does give off some carbon monoxide, which isn't a danger if you have good ventilation in the space, but a sealed room will become dangerous very quickly, and you might also use up too much oxygen in the room, making you faint. Avoid the problem entirely by maintaining good ventilation wherever you use it. It also does not have a tipover sensor, though it will detect a pressure drop on the fuel line.
If you want a heater with more safety features, I suggest the Mr. Heater brand of propane heaters. My main heater is the Big Buddy model, and it does have an oxygen depletion sensor and a tipover sensor. It is significantly larger, produces more heat, and runs off propane instead of butane. It is also about 3 times the price. The Tooluxe is a good backup heater, or for when you are sharing fuel with another device.
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