7 Natural Gas Heater Vented

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Top 7 Natural Gas Heater Vented

1
Pleasant Hearth VFS2PH30DT 30000 ( Vent Free Stove, Black)
Product Highlights:
  • dual fuel technology (lp or ng)
  • 30, 000 btu/hour
  • heats up to 1, 000 sq. ft
2
Empire Closed Front Room ( Natural Gas 50000 BTU)
Product Highlights:
  • model #: rh50cbnat
  • btus: 50,000
  • fuel type: natural gas
3
Mr Heater 30000 BTU ( Gas Heater MHVFB30NGT)
Product Highlights:
  • 30,000 btu natural gas heater to heat spaces up to 1000 square feet
  • blue flame burner for even convection heat. maximum elevation (ft)-4500. fuel consumption/burn rate (gal/hr)- .030 mcf
  • automatic low oxygen shut-off system (ods). csa certified
4
Mr Heater F260560 Big ( Natural Gas Unit Heater)
Product Highlights:
  • easy outside access to thermostat and a/c terminals. 0.5 inch gas connection
  • limited 3 year warranty on parts and burners
  • powered exhaust allows for vertical or horizontal venting
5
Mr Heater Corporation VentFree ( Natural Gas Heater, Multi)
Product Highlights:
  • 20,000 btu natural gas heater to heat spaces up to 500 sqaure feet.
  • radiant heat burner. heating area (sq ft) - 700
  • automatic low oxygen shut-off system (ods). csa certified. use - supplemental heat in cold rooms, additions, sun rooms, cabins
6
DynaGlo IR18NMDG1 18000 BTU ( Vent Free Wall Heater)
Product Highlights:
  • natural gas ready (fuel conversion not permitted)
  • infrared technology works by radiating heat to warm objects first - similar to the sun
  • 6,000-18,000 btu's/hr variable heat output for up to 700 sq. ft.
7
Mr Heater Corporation F299811 ( 10000 BTU, White And Black)
Product Highlights:
  • 10,000 btu natural gas heater to heat spaces up to 250 sqaure feet.
  • radiant heat burner
  • automatic low oxygen shut-off system (ods). csa certified

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