Comes complete with FREE one metre gas hose and regulator.
The capillary thermostat has a range of between 7* - 32* Celsius and is accurate to +/-3*C.
Easy and Safe.
A simple one-push piezo ignition lights the pilot flame which in turn ignites the main burner when the thermostat dictates.
The pilot light also incorporates a flame failure device and a CO2 sensor and cut off.
These heaters are supplied complete with 1 meter of high pressure gas hose, two securing clips and a regulator which is set to the optimum operating pressure.
The 4.2kw heater has a burnished stainless steel body whilst the 2kw heater is finished with a dark green powder coating.
Both include a chrome safety grill on top of the heat outlet.
Models available ;
2kw to heat up to a 10' x 12' greenhouse.
4.2kw to heat up to a 10' x 20' greenhouse.
4.2kw - 19"" high x 14"" wide x 5"" deep (48.5cm x 36cm x 13cm) 2kw - 19"" high x 12"" wide x 5"" deep (48.5cm x 30cm x 13cm)
Please Note some orchid growers advise that propane gas heaters are not suitable when growing orchids as it has been known to cause bloom drop.
to see details for using this gas heater.
The manufacturers recommend that these heater's are connected to either a 13kg or 19kg propane bottle.
This type of heater has been designed for use in a well ventilated greenhouse and are not suitable for use in the home.
They are only compatible with the Orange Propane Bottles.
They cannot be connected to either the Green Patio Gas Bottles or the Blue Butane/Propane Mix.
The heaters are not flued outside and should only be used in well ventilated greenhouses.
Designed and manufactured for safe operation in moist greenhouse environments.
Not only burning safely to produce and radiate heat, gas heaters also produce growth-enhancing CO2.
Gas heaters produce a 'moist' heat, so it's important to keep the greenhouse well ventilated by combining roof vents with louver windows.
Tips For Reliable Operation
When storing your gas heater in the summer, it should be stored in a bag, carton or something similar to protect it from spiders and insects. These small creatures are attracted by the aromatic substances in gas and often block the paths of the gas through dirt they bring in. The heater subsequently stops working and must be cleaned at a cost by a specialist gas company.