Trade Tested portable diesel heaters and dryers offer high performance, reliability and efficiency, specifically designed to provide an instant, reliable and efficient source of heat to the industrial, agricultural, commercial and construction sectors.
The main applications of our diesel heaters include heating of warehouses, workshops, garages, factories, farm sheds and greenhouses. They can be used for drying materials in the building, agricultural and other industries. They’re also a simple and efficient heating solution for camping and for marquees and outdoor areas at events and large gatherings.
This indirect model is intended for use outdoors, with PVC ducting on the air intake and output to take in the cold air from your environment and put back out warm air. Simply add the required length of PVC ducting and run it from the heater to the space you want to heat. You will get totally clean, dry heat for your building, tent, caravan or marquee, while the exhaust fumes stay outside.
The built-in thermostat control ensures you can maintain a constant heating temperature throughout the day or evening, without having to adjust the heating. The heating temperature is shown on the digital temperature display. There’s also a fuel gauge, so that you always know how much fuel is in the heater, ensuring you never run out unexpectedly.
A sturdy handle at the back of the heater and rugged wheels underneath let you easily move the heater to where it’s needed, with minimal fuss.
Comes with 1 year parts and labour warranty.
Assembly of wheels and handle required.
PVC ducting is sold separately.
- Indirect type to use with optional PVC ducting
- Exhaust flue to remove fumes
- Thermostat control
- Continuous spark ignition
- Digital temperature display
- Fuel gauge
- Heat output: 18kW (62,000 BTU)
- Fuel type: Diesel or kerosene
- Fuel tank size: 38L
- Fuel consumption: 1.45L/hour
- Heating area: 150m3
Product size: 1050 x 542 x 620mm
Carton size: 915 x 445 x 490mm
Safety warning: When in use, adequate fresh air ventilation must be provided. Exhaust fumes are emitted from the flue at the top of the heater. We recommend you place the heater outdoors and use it with the required length of PVC ducting to transport heat in through a window or door.
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