Dyna-Glo DELUX Propane (LP) Convection Heater - 15K-25K BTU
About this item
- Outdoor propane heater
- Heats up to 600 sq. ft. using a 20, 40 or 100 lb propane tank (vapor only)
- You get 17 - 28 hours of run time from a 20 lb. propane tank
- Provides 360-degree directional heating
The Dyna-Glo® DELUX Propane (LP) Convection Heater - 15K-25K BTU is a heavy-duty heater that emits 360° directional heating. The heater does not require electricity to operate and is ideal for use on outdoor construction sites and work sites.
How Big of an Area Does the Dyna-Glo Propane Heater Heat?
The Dyna-Glo DELUX Propane (LP) Convection Heater heats up to a 600 sq. ft. area using a 20, 40 or 100-lb. propane tank. The propane tank must be purchased separately.
How Long Does a Propane Tank Last?
The Dyna-Glo propane heater provides consistent and long-term heating solutions. Generally, a 20 lb. propane tank has a run time of 17-28 hours.
How to Turn the Heater On and Off
The Dyna-Glo Propane Convection Heater is built with a one-hand piezo ignition. This feature provides a quick and convenient startup. The heater comes with an automatic shutoff that ensures a safe experience and a non-slip base that prevents tipping.
Are There Different Heat Settings?
The propane heater is built with three heat settings. The settings are 50,000, 60,000 or 80,000 BTUs per hour. These options allow you to select your ideal level of heating.
Where Should the Heater Be Used?
The Dyna-Glo convection heater emits heat in a 360° radius, ideal for warming a variety of outdoor sites. It’s great for campsites, backyards and any other large outdoor area that needs heating. The main use for the heater is in construction sites. Sites must be open-air and have access to adequate ventilation.
Can the Convection Heater Be Used in the Home?
The Dyna-Glo DELUX Propane (LP) Convection Heater is not for use in your home. The Dyna-Glo Heater is meant for outdoor use. It should only be used in buildings that are under construction and have access to open air. Using the convection heater in a building that’s not well-ventilated can be hazardous and lead to health risks and overheating. If using the outdoor propane heater in your garage, make sure the garage door is open to provide adequate ventilation.