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Fine Living3-Panel Foldable Gas Heater with Rotation Wheels


Retail: R2,400

The Fine Living Foldable Gas Heater in sleek black is a perfect blend of convenience and efficiency, designed to keep you warm and comfortable. With a heating capacity ranging from a minimum of 5000 BTU to a maximum of 14500 BTU, this versatile heater is suitable for heating areas from 20㎡ to 80㎡. Fuelled by propane and ignited by a reliable piezoelectric system, this heater is equipped with essential safety features including a tip-over switch, making it a safe and practical choice for your heating needs. 

Product Features
  • Easy access and improved visibility of the gas cylinder
  • Separate burner chambers for reduced gas odor and better efficiency
  • Gas hose and regulator included
  • Positive off at gas flow control valve
  • Oxygen depletion sensor with flame failure protection device
  • Integrated Piezo ignition incorporated in the gas flow control valve
  • Three ceramic panels
  • Bullnose regulator and hose
  • Gas consumption: 305 gr/hr
  • Instruction booklet included
  • Recommended cylinder size: Industrial cylinders, 5kg 
  • Please Note: Keep 1m away from walls, furniture etc.
Product Specifications 
  • Heating Capacity: Min 5000 BTU, Max 14500 BTU
  • Heating Area Coverage: 20㎡ to 80㎡
  • Product Weight: 6 kg
  • Fuel Type: Propane
  • Ignition Type: Piezoelectric ignition
  • Heating Efficiency: Class A
  • Temperature Control: Manual
  • Heating Modes: Low, medium, high
  • Noise Level: 3-5 decibels
  • Gas Connection: 0.5 m hose clamp connection
  • Safety Certifications: CE certified
  • Compliance with Standards: EN 449
  • Product Dimensions: 
    • Open: 35 x 25 x 50cm
    • Folded: 35 x 14 x 20cm
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