Forced Air Heaters

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can I use this heater to combat bed bugsJulious P. on Feb 24, 2016
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Best answer Hello, thank you for your question. Using heat to combat bed bugs is a relatively new treatment. At 70°F, they will live and even flourish, but when the temperature gets up near 140°F, they cannot survive. However, this unit is designed specifically for a Indoor/Outdoor heat source. This product is not specifcally for bed bug treatment.
Reply Deelat Industrial on Feb 24, 2016
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Does this heater or any of your gas heaters have a thermostat?Cris F. on Nov 10, 2016
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Best answer Hello, thank you for your question. Yes! All the kerosene or gas heaters we offer on Deelat will come with a thermostat dial. If you notice in the photo of the heater, the little knob in the front is the dial to turn up or turn down the heat. The max heat of the heater depends on the BTU's
Reply Deelat Industrial on Nov 10, 2016
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Is this produce ok for killing bedbugs?Gareth W. on Dec 19, 2017
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Best answer Hello Gareth, Thank you for your question. It is said that heat can be used to kill bedbugs and our propane gas heater produces heat, however, using it to kill bedbugs is not its intended use so we can not guarantee it will work. We recommend contacting a pest control company.
Reply Deelat Industrial on Dec 21, 2017
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Is this safe to use in a closed environment like a caravan or camper. How much does it weigh? Do you have any more photos. Where is vent outletGary H. on Feb 05, 2018
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Best answer Hello Gary, thank you for your questions. No it is not recommended to use this forced air heater in a closed environment as it could cause health issues. The heater weighs approximately 26.2 KG. Yes we do have more pictures but can not send them through our Q&A section. Please email our customer support staff and we will be more than happy to email you more photos of our Diesel or Kerosene Forced Air Heater
Reply Deelat Industrial on Feb 08, 2018
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Hi is this unit suitable for indoor and outdoor use? Does the unit have a temperature range in the themostat? What is the electrical consumption of the fan? Looking forward to your answers. Barry Barry W. on Mar 25, 2018
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Best answer Hello Barry, thank you for your question. This Propane LPG Forced Air Heater is suitable for indoor and outdoor use. The Heater does not have a thermostat but has a nob that your able to adjust the heat. The heat range is from 40-110F and it uses 220V to run.
Reply Deelat Industrial on Mar 29, 2018
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Hi Is this a standard 10amp plug , Is there a hose supplied to hook up a 9kg LPG Tank?Jason k. on Apr 25, 2018
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Best answer Hello Jason, Thank you for your question. Yes you should have no issue with the plug whatsoever as it comes with a standard plug. Unfortunately no hose is supplied with the gas forced air heater.
Reply Deelat Industrial on Apr 26, 2018
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How hot does it getviaris u. on Jun 05, 2018
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Best answer Hello Viarus, thank you for your question. Our Propane LPG Forced Air Heater can get very hot. It can get up to 80°C - 100°C so it can quickly and efficiently heat spaces. Additionally, it's certified by CSA, CE and RoHS.
Reply Deelat Industrial on Jun 06, 2018
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does it hook up to the regular indoors bajonet gas outlet?helga h. on Jun 13, 2018
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Best answer Hello Helga, thank you for your question. Yes you should be able to use your indoor bayonet gas outlet but might need to use an adapter if the size and threading isn't the same to your existing outlet.
Reply Deelat Industrial on Jun 15, 2018
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can this heater be used without electricity?Tanya O. on Jun 14, 2018
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Best answer Hello Tanya, thank you for your question. Unfortunately the heater must be plugged in to electricity at all times to work.
Reply Deelat Industrial on Jun 15, 2018
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If using the heater indoors does it emit fumes or need to be ventedJordan D. on Jun 18, 2018
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Best answer Hello Jordan, thank you for your question. Do not use this product indoors! Ventilation and re-circulation of airflow is necessary when you turn it on. The heater will produce carbon monoxide (CO) and carbon dioxide (CO2) which both are poisonous, tasteless, and an odorless gas that can potentially kill a person or animal quickly.
Reply Deelat Industrial on Jun 19, 2018