Mr. Heater 175,000-BTU Forced-Air Kerosene Heater, F270370 MH175KTR
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- 175,000-BTU forced-air kerosene heater for up to 4,250 square feet
- 14-gallon fuel tank provides up to 10 hours of heat; adjustable thermostat
- High-output fan; no-flame and over-heat safety sensors with auto shut-off
- Power indicator light; cord storage; oversized pneumatic tires for smooth transport
- Measures approximately 18 by 40-1/5 by 22 inches; 1-year limited warranty
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Forced Ait Kerosene
Whether using it in your garage, or on the jobsite, Mr. Heater Forced Air Kerosene heaters are up for the task. Equipped with high-output, fully enclosed motors, and large glove friendly controls, you can't go wrong. These heaters are equipped with high limit safety switches and photo CAD cells to shut the units off in unsafe conditions. You can use these heaters with no worries, and focus on the task at hand. These kerosene heaters have been factory tested for multiple fuel types. If you use kerosene, diesel, or even jet fuel, these heaters have all the versatility and safety features the job site requires.
Mr. Heater Forced Air Kerosene heaters are designed using high quality components for years of dependable service. Every heater can be assembled in 5 minutes out of the box and features the best cold weather starting capability in the industry. These units requires 115 VOLT AC outlet. These heaters also operate using kerosene, JP8 (Jet A Fuel), filtered #1 and #2 diesel, and #1 and #2 fuel oil. They will also operate at extremely low temperatures.
Forced Ait Kerosene
MH175KTR 175,000 BTU FORCED AIR KEROSENE HEATER
Heats approximately 4,375 sq. ft. and runs up to 10 hrs. on a full tank. Holds up to 13.4 gallons of fuel. Has an easy-off access panel and side lift handles. Houses troubleshooting diagnostics with LED indicator. Overheat safety shut off, continuous ignition and thermostat included. Each heater is certified.
MH210KTR 210,000 BTU FORCED AIR KEROSENE HEATER
Heats approximately 5,250 sq. ft. and runs up to 8.5 hrs. on a full tank. Holds up to 13.4 gallons of fuel. Has an easy-off access panel and side lift handles. Houses troubleshooting diagnostics with LED indicator. Overheat safety shut off, continuous ignition and thermostat included. Each heater is certified.
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|Dimensions||22.04 inches x 18.11 inches x 40.15 inches||14.76 inches x 14.37 inches x 32.67 inches||16.85 inches x 32.01 inches x 13.66 inches||20.75 inches x 0 inches x 18.25 inches|
|Item Weight||9 pounds||43 pounds||26.9 pounds||39.75 pounds|
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Top Customer Reviews
It may also be why i dont seem to have the issue some others have had with it.
i would definitely buy this one again.
I checked the air pressure, which was not the problem...Nothing appeared dirty because its BRAND NEW, but i still cleaned cad cell, cleaned spray nozzle, in/out air filter, fuel filter, triple checked pressure, inspected all hoses, fresh kerosene, inspected wire connections...used multi-meter to check control box, igniter assembly, pretty much overhauled the entire unit and nothing is indicating a malfunction...
I'm going to throw it off of a bridge...then give it to someone i hate...you couldn't GIVE me a Mr. (C)heater...If you offered me $400.00 to take a brand new Mr. Heater, I would elect amputation of all extremities...if I had to choose between hypothermia or a Mr. (S)Heater, I would get my affairs in order...
Severe frost bite couldn't be worse then the chemical warfare this device delivers...
...I'd rather freeze!!!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Works well. I actually purchased it for a temporary heat source for my shop until I could get the furnace hooked up last fall. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Aaron Magruder
Wow what a piece of crap! Bought from our local Rural King, for $318.00 plus tax...my opinion is the decimal was one spot too far to the right, should have been $31.80. Read morePublished on December 16, 2013 by Arborsurgeon
Being in Afghanistan, where it is DAMN cold at times, I have knowledge of more then a few of these exact shotgun blasts to groin devices. They work GREAT .. Read morePublished on December 31, 2012 by T. Hawk