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Newport P12000 Propane Fireplace Heater

$1,299.00

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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Description

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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