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The Dyna-Glo 50,000 to 80,000 BTU Portable LP Convection Gha Heater generates 360 degrees of instant heat for construction sites, industrial work spaces, agricultural buildings and other ventilated spaces, heating up to a maximum of 2,000 square feet for a period of 15 to 144 hours, depending on the BTU level selected and the size of the propane tank. This unit is easy to ignite with a push and turn piezo ignition and has continuously variable control between low and high setting, for maximum comfort control. It is fully portable and easy to transport between sites. This heater is CSA approved, meeting all applicable standards.
Product Title: Generic Dyna-Glo 50K to 80K LP Portable Convection Heater
Power Score: 4.3 | 34 Reviews
Barbecue Grill Type: propane
BTUs: 80000 BTU, btus
Air Conditioner Option: heater
Dishwasher Type: portable
Product Reviews (10)
Almost no complaints
Does a great job of quickly heating my 400 sq. ft. studio. My one complaint is that the lowest setting is not that low. It's still a roaring fire which I don't always need.
By Spector on Home Depot - Apr 30, 2013
this product is a great value
The heater works great, a huge upgrade from my torpedo heater, heats the area very quick, I read other reviews about how loud it is, and its not that loud at all even on high. I really am happy with this heater and glad I bought it for working out in the garage, here in Michigan winters.
By Camaroguy on Home Depot - Apr 30, 2013
Good, but limited use.
I have an uninsulated, gap-filled 1 1/2 storey barn in Northern Maine, with a roughly 825 square foot floor, which was a bit ambitious for this heater. The heat goes straight up, so be sure to use a fan: the added air does burn through propane quickly. In 20 degrees, it did nothing; in 35 degrees, it made a difference. I'm certain that when I get the gaps in the walls covered, this heater will be...
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I have an uninsulated, gap-filled 1 1/2 storey barn in Northern Maine, with a roughly 825 square foot floor, which was a bit ambitious for this heater. The heat goes straight up, so be sure to use a fan: the added air does burn through propane quickly. In 20 degrees, it did nothing; in 35 degrees, it made a difference. I'm certain that when I get the gaps in the walls covered, this heater will be great. As one reviewer wrote, it takes a good minute, holding down the knob on the first try, to ignite it. After that, easily lit.
By BScrivener on Home Depot - Apr 23, 2013
Bought this job heater to dry out a flooded house. It worked better than my old one which was 250,000 BTU's. the smaller size lets you use it in smaller rooms.
By DanP on Home Depot - Apr 10, 2013
Heater works great had my shop 72 degrees when it was 15 degrees outside! it does burn through a standard propane tank in about 8 hours on high, but that was in extreme cold!
By keepitgreen on Home Depot - Mar 8, 2013