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Mr. Heater 4,000 BTU Liquid Propane Tank Top Heater

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This patented Mr. Heater 4,000 BTU Liquid Propane Tank Top Heater connects directly to a 1 lb. LP cylinder and is the perfect solution for heating in a golf cart.

  • Unit features a wind-resistant burner and pilot system for optimal heat output in windy conditions and when the golf cart is moving
  • Features a unique safety tip over switch that minimizes nuisance shut-offs when driving on bumpy cart paths
  • Integrated handle and cup holder adapter make this unit easy to transport and compatible with most golf cart cup holders
  • To light the unit push then hold the ignition button and the integrated Piezo sparking mechanism will take care of the rest
  • With the oxygen depletion sensor (ODS) you can be sure that you will enjoy years of comfortable safe heat

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Specification Description
Product Type: Propane Heaters
BTUs: 4,000 BTU
Brand: Mr. Heater
Power Type: Propane
Fuel Tank Size: 1 lb.
Heating Hours: 5.6 hrs.
Oxygen Depletion Sensor: No
Product Weight: 3.9 lb.
Product Width: 9-3/8 in.
Product Length: 7-11/16 in.
Product Height: 9-3/8 in.
Heat Type: Radiant
Manufacturer Part Number F242010

Can this be used in an enclosed cab on a tractor or is carbon monoxide a danger?

Asked by: tnephew
I would think so as long as the vehicle is stationary and the heater secured. Rich Mr Heater
Answered by: Mr. Heater Product Expert
Date published: 2018-09-05
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