Century Tool Double Head Infra Red Heater (28,000 BTU)

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The Century Tool 28,000-BTU double head heater provides you with powerful and dependable heat that you can take with you. It offers a regulator designed to offer efficient fuel flow, and the unique, 4-screen design makes it windproof. It's adjustable to provide 18,000-28,000 BTUs with both burners lit and 9,000-14,000 BTUs with one burner.


  • Pressure regulated: 18,000-28,000 BTU (both burners lit), 9,000-14,000 BTU (one burner lit)
  • Regulator valve for efficient fuel flow in cold weather and at high altitude
  • Unique 4-screen design
  • Safety shutoff valve that automatically cuts gas flow if burner flame is extinguished
  • Connects easily to 20-lb bulk tanks(not included)

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Century Tool Double Head Infra Red Heater (28,000 BTU)

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OK but hard to operate

By mdep2

from Central Connecticut USA

About Me Camper, Homeowner

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  • Heats Up Quickly
  • Lightweight
  • Powerful


  • Can Burn If Touched
  • Hard to light

Best Uses

  • Garage Deck Patio

Comments about Century Tool Double Head Infra Red Heater (28,000 BTU):

For each burner you have to hold in the ignite button for about a minute, until the gas line expands enough to allow the propane to pass through. This is typical with a gas heater, the problem is the heating element gets hot enough to burn the hair of your arm about the time you can release the ignite button. You need to be extra careful not to burn yourself during the lighting process.

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