Heating/Cooling

80,000 BTU TENT HEATER

Where to find 80,000 BTU TENT HEATER in Fort Worth

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Daily: $170.00

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Additional Information

  • Recommended Heater for Garage, 20 x 20 tent, 20 x 30 tent or Hexagon Tent.
  • One 3000W Generator dedicated to run one heater.
  • Does Not Include the Rental of a 100 lb. Propane Tank.
  • Approximate Fuel Consumption 3.7lbs./hr
  • Starting amps - 5.0
  • Running Amps - 1.5
  • Weight 81 lbs.
  • Use Your Party Tents Year Round!
  • 1. Thermostatically Controlled for a Consistent, Comfortable Environment
  • 2. Operates as Both Fresh Air Circulator or a Heater at the Touch of a Switch
  • 3. Models Available in Propane
  • 4. Super Quiet, Super Efficient
  • 5. Easy to Setup
  • 6. Rugged Design
  • 7. 100lb. Propane Bottle Not Included
  • To Figure Out the Amount of Heat Required for a Jobsite:
  • 1. Figure cubic square feet of space to be heated. Length x width x height Example: 50 long x 30 wide x 15 high= 22,500 Cubic square foot of space.
  • 2. Figure cubic square feet of space to be heated. Length x width x height Example: 50 long x 30 wide x 15 high= 22,500 Cubic square foot of space.
  • 3. What does the customer want the temperature to be in the building? Example: 55 degrees
  • 4. The heat rise is 55 degrees inside -15 degrees outside - 40 degrees
  • 5. Multiply the cubic square foot by the heat rise.22,500 x 40 degrees = 900,000
  • 6. Multiply by .133.133 x 900,000 = 119,000 or approx. 120,000 BTU/HR needed to heat the building.
  • To Figure Out the Amount of Heat Required for a Jobsite:
  • 1. Figure cubic square feet of space to be heated. Length x width x height Example: 50 long x 30 wide x 15 high= 22,500 Cubic square foot of space.
  • 2. Figure cubic square feet of space to be heated. Length x width x height Example: 50 long x 30 wide x 15 high= 22,500 Cubic square foot of space.
  • 3. What does the customer want the temperature to be in the building? Example: 55 degrees
  • 4. The heat rise is 55 degrees inside -15 degrees outside - 40 degrees
  • 5. Multiply the cubic square foot by the heat rise.22,500 x 40 degrees = 900,000
  • 6. Multiply by .133.133 x 900,000 = 119,000 or approx. 120,000 BTU/HR needed to heat the building.

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