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Radiant Heater RH126 Alkota

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Radiant Heater RH126 Alkota

Radiant Heaters provide clean heat with no smoke or odor while burning diesel fuel. Radiant heat allows you to heat an area and the objects surrounding the heater without being affected by wind or cold air. Radiant heat transfer occurs when the infrared light leaves the surface of the heater and travels to other cooler objects. Due to the disc on the radiant heater you achieve almost 100% efficiency of the fuel you put into your burner system. The RH126 provides a high/low setting for 99,000 or 126,000 btu. With the low amp requirements, you can power these heaters with a small inverter.

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Specifications
Voltage
115 v
Phase
1
Amp Requirement
1.5 amps
Fuel Hours
15 hours
Fuel Tank Capacity
14 gal
BTU Rating
126,000 High / 99,000 Low Btu
Length
47 in
Width
30 in
Height
44 in
Weight
150 lbs

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American Pressure Inc is a proud distributor of Alkota Cleaning Systems in Robbinsdale. We are dedicated to cleaning your messes and taking care of our customers with our wide range of power washers, steam cleaners, heaters, and water treatment systems. Our team is always ready to help you find the right cleaning system for the job. More Info

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