The 350,000 BTU Dual Fuel Heater is the strongest heater Celina offers. Able to use either natural gas or propane, each heater can be placed inside the area to be heated or outside to keep the interior comfortable. When installed outside of a venue, ducting can be attached to the heater to route the air where it needs to go. Once installed, the heater can even be switched to air circulation mode, where it blows unchanged air out of its vents.
- Thermostatically controlled for a consistent, comfortable environment
- Heater can be converted to and from natural or propane in minutes
- Numerous duct options for all tent and construction applications
- Operates as both a fresh air circulator or a heater at the touch of a switch
- Easy to set up
- Quiet and efficient operation
- Type: Dual Fuel (Natural Gas or Propane)
- BTU/hr: 350,000
- Ignition: Direct Spark
- CFM: 2600
- Voltage: 115 V
- Frequency: 60 Hz
- Phase: 1
- Current: 21 amps
- Hose & Regulator: No Hose
- Thermostat: 20 ft (6.1 m) Cord for remote location
- Net Weight: 135 lbs (61.2 kg)
- Length: 42 in (106.7 cm)
- Width: 46 in (116.8 cm)
- Height: 32.5 in (82.6 cm)
- Wheel Kit: Standard
This product is provided with a limited one year parts and labor warranty. Any manufactured parts and components, if found defective within one year from date of purchase will be replaced at no charge. All repairs must be completed by an authorized warranty service center and/or must have factory authorization. Any repairs completed without factory authorization will not quality under this warranty policy.
All warranty replacement parts will be invoiced when they are shipped. Once the claim is submitted and approved the full amount of the invoice including freight will be credited. Any parts being returned must be accompanied by a Returned Goods Authorization number (RGA#) are to be shipped prepaid. Collect shipments will be refused by our receiving department. Any parts returned without an RGA number will not be credited.
The manufacturer reserves the right to review labor charges applied to warranty claims. Provided the labor charge is deemed reasonable, the labor will be included in the warranty claim.