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Mr. Heater F232000 MH9BX Buddy 4,000-9,000-BTU Indoor-Safe Portable Radiant Heater

December 2, 2015 - Comment

Portable Buddy With a larger heating surface, fold-down handle, swivel-out fuel connection, and an easy-start four-position control, Mr. Heater sets the new standard for portable radiant heating comfort. With its low-oxygen shut-off and tip-over safety shut-off systems, this heater provides safe, reliable heat anytime, anywhere. HOW MUCH HEAT DO YOU NEED?

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Portable Buddy

With a larger heating surface, fold-down handle, swivel-out fuel connection, and an easy-start four-position control, Mr. Heater sets the new standard for portable radiant heating comfort. With its low-oxygen shut-off and tip-over safety shut-off systems, this heater provides safe, reliable heat anytime, anywhere.

HOW MUCH HEAT DO YOU NEED?

You can calculate the amount of BTUs required by using the following method:Measure the space’s dimension to determine cubic feet. (Length x Width x Height = Cubic Feet)Subtract the outside temp from the desired inside temp to determine the temperature increase.If you have measured temperature in FAHRENHEIT, calculate the required BTUs with this formula: (Cubic Feet x Temperature Increase x .133 = Required BTUs) If you have measured temperature in CELSIUS, calculate the required BTUs with this formula: (Cubic Feet x Temperature Increase x .2394 = Required BTUs)

Mr. Heater Portable Buddy Features: Two heat settings: 4,000 & 9,000 BTU/HR Fold-down handle reduces storage space Four position control with built-in Piezo igniter off and lo/hi heat settings High temperature wire guard Swivel regulator for easy LP cylinder and hose installation Large durable porcelain coated heating surface directs radiant heat over wider area Low-oxygen safety shut-off (ODS) and tip-over safety shut-off Ceramic burner tile mounted with shock absorbing insulation for durability and easy replacement Specifications

Fuel: PropaneMin Required Tank Size: 1 Lb.Run Time: 1lb. 3 to 6 hr / 20lb. 48 to 110 hrsFlame Safety Shut-Off: YesTip-Over Safety Shut-Off: YesOxygen Depletion Sensor: YesWeight: 9.5 lb.Ignition: PiezoStandard Model #: F232000ASIN; Massachusetts/Canada ONLY Model#: F232050ASIN-B000JT7IGQ

MH4BMH9BXMH18BHeats up to 3,800 BTU/HR✓Heats up to 4,000-9,000 BTU/HR✓Heats up to 18,000 BTU/HR✓Use hoses F273701 and F273702 with F273699 Fuel Filter✓✓Use hose F273704✓✓

Product Features

  • 4,000- to 9,000-BTU radiant heater for spaces up to 200 square feet
  • Approved for indoor/outdoor use; clean-burning; nearly 100-percent efficient
  • Auto shut-off if tipped over, if pilot light goes out, or if detects low oxygen levels
  • Fold-down handle; swivel-out regulator; connects to propane tank (not included)
  • THE USE OF UN-AUTHORIZED ACCESSORIES/ATTACHMENTS WITH THIS HEATER ARE EXPRESSLY PROHIBITED, MAY CAUSE SERIOUS INJURY, AND WILL VOID THE WARRANTY.
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Comments

Loyd N. Rawls says:

Hurricane Sandy I bought two of these heaters a year ago for emergencies and they have been sitting in their box ever since. But, when hurricane Sandy knocked out power, they more than paid for themselves. I got them for winter storms and never thought I’d be using them in cold weather after a hurricane. They worked exactly as advertised. These are not whole house heaters. They are great room heaters and make life much more comfortable in an emergency. They have several safety features but I also have a…

Richard Leyden says:

It’s very rare that you purchase a product and it exceeds all your expectations!!! Mr. Buddy Heater 

C. Bergin says:

Good Heat, Short Duration Mr. Heater sure heats up a room, and it works fast, too. The only problem is that the portable propane canisters don’t last long; only about 6 hours on low and 3 on high. With the 20-lb tank and connecter, it’s a 5-star product.

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