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Starting a generator at -45 degrees or colder, when your finger will leave a dent in the oil can be a challenge without the benefit of a block heater.  An electrically powered block heater is not an option when off grid.  Burning a smudge pot, candles within cans or a lantern below the generator are options, and could be dangerous or damaging to the engine and generator.
 

CSA certified propane fueled block or coolant heater: 5,000 7,000 and 15,000 BTU sizes

  •   Nickel Plated Bodies

  •   Flame Failure Safeguard - All Models

  •   Automatic Temperature Control - 15,000 BTU model only

  •   Burners are Virtually Impossible to Blow Out

  •   Burners Deliver Full Input during the coldest temperatures

  •   Propane Regulator and Hose are included

Specifications

 

Description

Model 5

Model 7

Model 15 T

Gas Consumption

3.7 oz/hr

5.2 oz/hr

11.1 oz/hr (max)

Propane Input (BTU)

5,0000

7,000

15,000

Regulator Inlet pressure

2- 250 p.s.i.g.

Burner

654-70

654-67

640-68

Weight with hose and regulator

7lb

18 lb

Height Overall

14

16

Width Overall

8

10

Depth Overall

4

6

Thermocouple

K15DA-014

K15DA-14

Temp. Control

 

J999 FXA-1

Heating capacity gal

10

14

30

Side Clearance

1

4

Top Clearance

6

8

 

 5,000 & 7,000 BTU Models

15,000 BTU Model

 

 

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