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Master Propane Forced Air Torpedo Heater, 60,000 BTU, MH-60V-GFA

SKU: 101665899
Master Propane Forced Air Torpedo Heater, 60,000 BTU, MH-60V-GFA
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TSC of austintown #1715
6225 mahoning ave
austintown, OH 44515
(330) 792-8235
TSC of austintown #1715
6225 mahoning ave
austintown, OH 44515
(330) 792-8235
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The Master 60,000 BTU Propane Forced Air Torpedo Heater offers a convenient, easily portable alternative to Master's larger kerosene units. With variable heat outputs and a light, compact design, this propane heater provides a versatile solution for heating a variety of spaces. Comes equipped with the latest safety features and include a gas line and regulator.

  • Heating area: 1,500 sq. ft.
  • Max operating hours: 10.5 with a 20 lb. propane tank (sold separately)
  • Air flow: 300 CFM
  • Continuous electronic ignition
  • 40/50/60,000 BTU
  • Over-heat shut-off system
  • Adjustable heat angle
  • 10 ft. hose and regulator included

Limited 1 Year Warranty

Specification Description
Number of Heat Settings: Variable
Ignition Type: Electronic
CountryofOrigin: Imported
Part Number: MH-60V-GFA
Fuel Flow Rate: 1.9/2.3/2.8 lb./hr
Burner System: Forced Air
Finish: N/A
Heater Control: Knobs
Product Height: 13 in.
Product Length: 19 in.
Coverage Area: 1,500
Run Time: 10.5 hr. on a full propane tank
Vent Type: Non-Direct
Indoor and/or Outdoor: Outdoor
Heat Output: BTU
Brand: Master
Special Feature(s): Over-heat shut-off system
Blower Type: Single
Application/Use: Standard
Mounting Location: Portable
Intended Use Grade: Standard
Heating Unit Type: Forced Air
Type: Forced Air
Fuel Tank Capacity: 20 lb. Propane tank required (Not Included)
Fuel Type: Propane
Product Width: 7.5 in.
Material: N/A
Product Weight: 11 lb.
Cabinet or Housing Material: Steel
Manufacturer Part Number MH-60V-GFA
Master Propane Forced Air Torpedo Heater, 60,000 BTU, MH-60V-GFA is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 258.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works Great starts and runs great. no problems at all. it of course is noisy a bit but that is expected.
Date published: 2019-12-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product for the price ! Would buy again So far ive ran this through one 20 lb tank . It lasted around 10 hours off the one tank which is better than i expected . Puts out great heat and keeps my shop warm with no insulation . For the btu rating and price it is well worth it . Right out of the box it was easy to setup and fired right up .
Date published: 2019-12-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product. I have used this heater three or four times since purchasing it. Like all of these types of heaters it’s loud but worth it to be warm. I am using it in an uninsulated metal building that is 900 square feet. Easily raises the temp from 30 to 40 degrees which is about what I would expect in those conditions.
Date published: 2019-12-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice little unit Nice, lightweight, lasts a full day on low. Used in the garage 24x24 attic for a fall cleanout in the teens. It took the chill off quickly.p Fan noise is loud but not awful, click starts easily.
Date published: 2019-12-03
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What exactly do you mean by ventilation is 3square feet per 100,000btu does that mean I need to a a ventilation fan? 

Asked by: Mh29
No it requires an open door or window etc. example for a 100,00 BTU in a garage for use keep small door open
Answered by: Pinnacle Product Expert
Date published: 2019-01-30

It requires electricity to operate the starter and fan, but would it still operate and provide heat if it was unplugged?

Asked by: BT114
No it will not operate without electricity, it requires constant spark to run
Answered by: Pinnacle Product Expert
Date published: 2019-01-14

Do You need electric

Asked by: Yerd1970
yes they require electricity to maintain the sparking ignition
Answered by: Pinnacle Product Expert
Date published: 2019-02-12

Dose this heater require electric for fan?

Asked by: Maurice pocketrocket
Yes it does require electricity to operate
Answered by: Pinnacle Product Expert
Date published: 2019-10-31

How loud is it we have holidays in a garage very tall ceilings, the area is 24 wide by 20 deep we do want to be able too talk

Asked by: lauraRick123
It does make noise but not enough to stop conversation overall. Its louder the closer you stand to it.
Answered by: Pinnacle Product Expert
Date published: 2019-10-31

It says continuous electronic ignition. Does this mean that I would be able to set a timer to make it come on 15 minutes every hour instead of always running? I see a red button on it so I want to make sure I wouldn't have to push the button to ignite,

Asked by: Hawki
No it means the spark is constant while it is running unlike a car where the spark only ignites until the engine starts
Answered by: Pinnacle Product Expert
Date published: 2019-11-12

We want to use in garage to while working on furniture pieces, how much ventilation is require in order not to be exposed to carbon dioxide/monoxide

Asked by: Me in Saint Louis
The general rule for ventilation is 3 square feet per 100,00 btu's
Answered by: Pinnacle Product Expert
Date published: 2019-01-31

I know it says this heater will heat 1500 sqft., but really does anyone out there think it would heat a non-insulated pole barn 24' x 32' to at least 60 degrees when it is 20 degrees outside in Michigan. Without taking the whole day to do it?

Asked by: twtosh1959
I would recommend you go to a bigger size if it is uninsulated, I would recommend a 150 GFA or go to a 175 KFA.
Answered by: Pinnacle Product Expert
Date published: 2019-11-01
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