What do you do when it gets cold outside? Does work stop and fun cease?
Well, it doesn't have to. Mr. Heater's line of forced air kerosene heater's do an excellent job of warming up any space. This particular model pumps out 75,000 BTUs and can heat up 1,750 square feet. It is rugged, with heavy construction and an enclosed motor, this heater can survive the hazards of a construction site or family camping trip. Its durable frame can withstand punishment and the motor casing protects the motor from outside objects from getting in. It keeps the motor clean and running smooth, keeping the heat going. It's six gallon fuel tank can provide you with comfortable heat for 11 hours. The heater also boasts several safety features including a overheat safety shutdown so you can rest easy knowing this heater is safe. Mr. Heater makes quality heaters designed to keep you warm no matter where you are or what you are doing. Get one today and experience the Mr. Heater difference.
- 75,000 BTU per hour
- For use with kerosene 1 and 2, diesel 1 and 2, home heating oil and JP-8
- Heats up to 1,750 sq. ft.
- Operates approximately 11 hours on full tank
- Overheat safety shutdown
- Fuel gauge
- Continuous ignition
- Heavy construction
- Enclosed motor
- 6 gallon fuel tank
SKU 60530701 Model F270270 Weight 32.0000 Color No Size No Width No In Store Only No Price $199.99
LIMITED WARRANTY: Mr. Heater, Inc. warrants its heaters and accessories to be free from defects in material and workmanship for a period of 1 year from date of purchase. Mr. Heater, Inc. will repair or replace this product free of charge if it has been proven to be defective within the 1-year period, and is returned at customer expense with proof of purchase to Mr.Heater, Inc. within the warranty period.
- Mr heater 75k Review by Larry
Price Value Quality
I am pleased with this company and the heater at this point does the job that i wanted.
although this the first time ordering from Rural King I probebley will again
(Posted on 12/23/2012)
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- Q & A
Product Questionsdo we need to plan for venting exhaust fumes from the kerozene burning or is it safe to run this heater in a closed doors garage ?