Enjoy warmth this winter with a proper forced air heater! The Master MH-80T-KFA 80,000 BTU Kerosene Forced Air Torpedo Heater offers a 5-Point Safety System including a high-temperature limit shut-off. Complete with a fuel gauge and thermocouple, this Master torpedo heater is great for a variety of well-ventilated locations. Add this forced multi-fuel air heater to your gear today!
- Forced air heater great for well-ventilated construction sites, workshops, farms, or garages
- Constructed from rugged steel for years of use
- Master torpedo heater has built-in air pressure gauge and thermostat for efficient operation
- Fuel gauge on forced air heater lets you know when it's time to re-fuel
- 5-Point Safety System includes high temperature limit shut off, flame-out fuel cut, and thermocouple
- Forced multi-fuel air heater runs on efficient, clean-burning kerosene and is CSA-certified to run on #1/#2 diesel fuel, JP8/Jet A Fuel and #1/#2 fuel oil
industrial-type oil or kerosene jet heaters. If you must use them, do so only with plenty of ventilation.
The burner fires directly in the air stream being heated rather than through a heat exchanger. This results in no wasted energy by these types of commercial heating units and 100% of available energy is delivered to the heated space because no flue or heat exchanger is required.
Can I use a torpedo heater in my house?
If you use it indoors,¬†make sure to keep a door or window open and ventilate the room adequately. Avoid putting the heater near flammable objects and materials such as furniture, drapes or large amounts of dust. Never move a heater while in use, and always turn it off when you leave the room or go to sleep.7 ene 2022
Can you sleep with a kerosene heater on?
Never leave a burning heater unattended.¬†Extinguish a heater if you are leaving or going to sleep. Only use quality 1-K kerosene fuel that has been properly stored. NEVER USE GASOLINE or any other combustible or low quality fuels.
Does a torpedo heater need to be vented?
Provide adequate ventilation
Adequate ventilation is necessary for safe operation of the kerosene heater. Burning kerosene consumes oxygen and produces carbon dioxide, sulfur dioxide, nitrogen dioxide, carbon monoxide and other gases.