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DEWALT Portable Radiant Heater

Blain # 786261 | Mfr # F340620 | This product is stocked seasonally


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  • 12 hour run time
  • 20 lb propane tank
  • Heavy duty gram
  • Tires will never go flat for ease of portibility

Technical Description

Weight:22 lb
Type: Propane
BTU: 45000
Height: 14"
Width: 10"
Length: 21"

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DeWalt Portable Radiant Heater
Already Asked: 4 Questions, 14 Answers
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Blain's Farm and Fleet Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Brooke A: High BTU, no fan, good brand. Dec 17, 2013
Dolores P: Because it is a stand alone heat source. Dec 15, 2013
Max K: High BTU, loooks like it is durable and high quality. Dec 15, 2013
Mark Z: name brand Dec 10, 2013
Audrey F: There's nothing like a Dewalt! And I couldn't stand watching my man work in our unheated garage, seeing his breath, any longer! Dec 8, 2013
Keith M: Needed a portable heater in my shop to heat up truck parts that I'm working on. Dewalt is a reliable brand so am trying this one. Dec 8, 2013
scott k: convenience Nov 14, 2013
A shopper asked: does this use a 20 lb. cylinder& does the cylinder ride in the cart? Dec 24, 2013
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Mark R: Yes this could be used with a 20lb tank, it also comes with a hose and low pressure regulator. The cart is not made to hold a cylinder but I would advise against keeping a cylinder that close to the heat source anyway. Overall a great heater! Dec 26, 2013
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kyle M: Yes you can use a 20lb cylinder and it doesn't ride in the cart but there is enough hose to move it around where you want it at. I use a 100lb cylinder just so I don't run out of fuel in the night when I'm doing something Dec 26, 2013
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Daniel S: I have not picked up my item yet because it is missing a tire however, I can answer your questions. The cylinder does not ride in the cart. It can use any size of cylinder. Dec 27, 2013
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scott k: No cylinder does not ride in the cart. I would avoid a 20lb cylinder because it may freeze up . Propane freezes up in smaller containers in this climate. Dec 27, 2013
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Mike J: it uses a 20lb Grill type tank and it comes with a 20 ft (longenough) hose to connect... It does not ride onboard the unit

Hope this helps
Dec 26, 2013
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Scott H: Yes it does run on a 20lb cyl. No it does not ride in the cart. It has about a 10ft long hose to hook it up to the cyl Dec 26, 2013
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