Kick Some Heat on with the Dewalt DXH125FAV 125,000 BTU/HR Forced Air Propane Heater

I am not sure what is happening by you, but mother nature keeps fooling us.  In Chicago we experienced the third highest snow fall and a record number of days below zero.  Last week it looked like it was all turning around went temps got into the 50’s.  Only the next day it dropped to 20 degrees and snowed about 2″.  Yes my whining little intro does have a point.  My point is check out the Dewalt DX125FAV propane heater.  Perfect for a shop or work areas.  I have to say this unit blows, heat that is.  I would go a little more into this heater, but it’s time to have my donuts and cup of coffee next to this jamming heater.

 

What We Like

  • Runs like a Champ
  • Produces a nice heat
  • Blows heat around the shop very nice.

What We Don’t Like

  • A 20lb tank would be nice, but you won’t get the run time or heat.

Specifications of the Dewalt DXH125FAV

Output (BTU/HR) 75,000-125,000B
Output (CFM) 350CFM
Heating Area 3000sq. ft.
Fuel Type Liquid Propane
Minimum Tank Size 40 lbs
LP Consumption Rate 4.6 – 6.9lb/hr
Regulator Settings 20PSI
Ignition Type Continuous Spark
Power Requirements 110v
Hose Length 20ft
Net Weight 25lbs
Run-Time 8hrs

 

3 COMMENTS

  1. I would lobve to get this heater for my garage, but I do have three young kids & I can’t watch them 100%. I would be afraid to burn all their hairs off their little bodies. I will look into it & see if there is a way to keep my kids safe. I also agree that it’s been a rough winter here in Chicago, but it is Chicago. We get snow in May. Time to go, I also have to get my coffee & donuts. All I need now is my heater. Laters TIA

  2. After careful consideration I think this would be a great addition to the Tool Bag Giveaway. I know I would be extremely thankful.

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