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High Output Heaters

Portable heaters provide clean, efficient heat for all types of garage, warehouse and outdoor applications where a permanent heat source is unavailable or has been temporarily interrupted.

Which application is right for you?
Below, we discuss the benefits of propane forced air heating, propane convection heating, infrared heating units and kerosene heaters.

Propane forced-air units are clean-burning and odor-free, ideal for indoor projects such as drywalling, painting, finish work, flooring, concrete curing, cabinetry, and many other do-it-yourself projects. They can either be easily refilled or conveniently connected to a central fuel source. The fuel system. The hose and regulator assembly attaches to the propane (LPG) supply and provides fuel to the heater at the proper pressure. The ignition/control system. The ignitor mechanism provides a spark that ignites the air-fuel mist inside the combustion chamber. The safety control system automatically shuts down the unit in the event of loss of flame or lack of fuel. The air system. An electric motor turns a fan that pushes air into and around the combustion chamber, heating it and propelling it out the barrel and into the surrounding environment.


Convection heat creates an "envelope of warmth" that’s ideal for workshops, work sites, patios and recreational activities. They need no electricity to operate, yet deliver high-output heat at a surprisingly low cost. The fuel system. The hose and regulator assembly attaches to the propane (LPG) supply and provides fuel to the heater at the proper pressure. The ignition/control system. The Piezo ignitor mechanism provides a spark that ignites the fuel supply. An automatic control valve shuts down the unit in the event of loss of flame or lack of fuel.

Infrared units "warm like the sun," heating people and objects before heating the air. They’re also wind-resistant, making them an ideal source of heat for drafty and open areas where the heat can’t be contained. The hose and regulator assembly attaches to the propane (LPG) supply and provides fuel to the heater at the proper pressure. Every ReddyHeater infrared unit features an automatic control valve shuts down the unit in the event of loss of flame or lack of fuel.

Kerosene heaters are used in outdoor applications (brick and block laying, building construction) to keep workers comfortable and to prevent newly-applied concrete from freezing. Since their fuel source is self-contained, they’re truly portable—wheels and handles are included. Kerosene heaters aren’t affected by fluctuations in temperature. They provide instant, safe, portable heating at temperatures as low as minus 20º F. The fuel system. An air pump forces compressed air through a hose and a burner nozzle, creating a vacuum and causing fuel to rise from the tank. The air and fuel mix to create a fine mist that’s sprayed into the combustion chamber. The ignition/control system. The ignitor mechanism provides a spark that ignites the air-fuel mist inside the combustion chamber. The safety control system automatically shuts down the unit in the event of loss of flame or lack of fuel. The air system. An electric motor turns a fan that pushes air into and around the combustion chamber, heating it and propelling it out the barrel and into the surrounding environment.

Sizing A Heater For Your Needs:

1. How big of an area do you want to heat? Determine the approximate width and length for square footage.
Example: 30' wide by 24' long garage = 720 square feet.

2. How much do you want to raise the temperature? Determine the desired rise in temperature.
Example: I want to raise the temperature by 40 degrees F.

3. Multiply the square feet (step 1) by the desired temperature rise (step 2).
Example: 720 x 40 = 28,000

4. Minimum Btu required. Multiply Step 3 by 1.33 (this represents a 10 foot ceiling) to calculate the Btu,
Example: 28,000 x 1.33 = 38,304 Btu



Safety Note:  Follow the minimum fresh, outside air ventilation requirements. If proper fresh, outside air ventilation is not provided, carbon monoxide poisoning can occur. Provide proper fresh, outside air ventilation before running heater.  Provide at least three square feet of fresh, outside air for each 100,000 Btu/Hr of rating.

(Note: Propane Tanks Not Included On Propane Heaters: RETURNS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED ON ANY HEATER THAT HAS BEEN INSTALLED. Any returns are subject to a 25% restocking fee.)

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