Model MH75KTR Portable Kerosene Forced Air Heater
The MH75KTR (new for 2009/2010 heater season) has a built in thermostat and features new trouble-shooting diagnostics panel.
This forced air heater will run up to 11 hours on a full 6 gallon tank and is capable of heating a 1,750 sq ft area.
Highly flexible - you can run this heater on either Kerosene, JP8 Jet Fuel, diesel or fuel oil (that's #1 or #2 diesel and #1 or #2 fuel oil).
This model was designed with conveniences such as its illuminated On/Off switch, Fuel Gauge, Easy-off Gas Cap and Drain Plug.
Safety features such as the overheat safety shutoff and it's rugged durable steel construction make this the heater of choice for the following applications:
- Emergency Heat
- Construction Sites
- Animal Comfort
- Sports Events
- Garden Parties
- Utility/Farm Buildings
This model replaces Mr Heater's older MH75KT kerosene heater.
This unit (unlike the older models) also features a 110V AC receptacle so you can power additional equipment.
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Trouble shooting diagnostics w/ LED indicator
Easy off gas cap
Runs up to 11 hours on full tank
6 gal. Fuel tank
Overheat safety shutoff
1,750 sq ft heating area
240 CFM heated air output
0.56 gals of fuel consumed per hour
6 gal fuel tank
Electrical power required: 110v/60Hz
Weight: 36 lbs
Clearances to combustable items: front: 8'
top, sides and back: 3'
Flame Safety Feature
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Q. Can I add ducting ?
A. No. These heaters are not designed to attach the ducting to them, so over time the force of the air flow would detach your ducting if you just force some on. These are really portable, simply locate the heater in the area you want to heat. If you want a ducted heater look at the HS1000ID(although the HS1000ID does put out a little more heat than this kerosene heater).
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