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Newport P12000 Propane Fireplace Heater


Propane heater designed for small spaces. The isolated combustion process doesn’t deplete interior oxygen and the double walled chimney keeps the direct vent from overheating. Glass faceplates creates a fireplace ambiance.

  • P9000 heats 1100 cubic feet
  • 12v circulation fan
  • Minimal safety clearances

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The combustion process is completely isolated from the inside of the home by the unique, direct vent design. A built-in 12v blower provides considerable heat circulation.

The heater is sold with all accessories needed including a stainless steel backing plate, 28″ of flexible double stainless chimney and the deck fitting cap. May add additional flexible double stainless chimney to create a length no greater than 56″.

A propane hose, 11” WC regulator and fittings are needed.

Approximate cubic footage this unit will heat based on an average climate it’s installed in, the altitude being sea level and a well insulated area is 12’ x 12’ x 8’ = 1100 cuft

Includes Everything Ready to Install!

• Easy to install – Easy to use
• Stainless steel burner
• Large ceramic glass viewing window with safety screen.
• Safe, direct-vent operation
• Unaffected by motion or wind
• Variable heat output and excellent thermal efficiency
• Low fuel consumption
• Compact design, with attractive appearance, made of 304 stainless steel
• No interior oxygen depletion

Width: 10″
Height: 16″
Depth: 7.25″
Weight: 25 lbs

Mounting Backplate:
W 9.875″ D 0.650″ H 23″

Fuel Consumption:
1 lb – 5.5 hrs
20 lb – 110 hrs gal LOW
1 lb – 3.9hrs
20 lb – 78 hrs gal HIGH

Heat Output:
Low: 4,000 BTU
High: 5,500 BTU

Safety Clearances: Above- 20”, Front- 18”, Sides- 2”, Below- 2”

Combustible material such as the deck/ceiling or walls that are closer to the heater then the specified safety clearances must be insulated with insulation or millboard with a metal liner, a .5” standoff is best for air movement behind. Another alternative is using insulation or millboard and ceramic tile.

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