A ventless garage heater is a heater that does not need any form of ventilation for its operation. Vented garage heaters usually use some form of an exterior duct, usually through the roof or a wall outside the house or building. Why Use A Ventless Garage Heater? Garage heaters that do not use a vent have certain benefits over vented heaters. Modine HD60AS0111 - HD60 Hot Dawg Natural Gas Power Vented Heater (60,000 BTU) - HD60 Power Vented Propeller Overview: Tubular Power Vented Propeller 60,000 BTU/hr input Application: 3 to 3-1/2 Car Garage Heat Exchanger: Aluminum Direct Spark Ignition 115V, 60 hertz, single phase Single Stage, Natural Gas HOT DAWG POWER-EXHAUSTED, GAS-FIRED UNIT HEATER (MODEL HD) Hush-puppy quiet operation (see table) Right or left hand controls available on all 30-75 units.
Even if you heat the whole garage it shouldn't take that much time to bring it up to 60 degrees. A few things:-My research suggested Reznor and Hot Dawg by Modine (~$800) were the best, but Mr. Heater is fine and cheaper ($475).-Vent kit will cost $125 for a vertical vent through the roof or $300 for horizontal vent through the wall The ProCom vented garage heaters are perfect for both residential and commercial applications. No longer should you have to work in the cold. Quiet operation, attractive low-profile design and powder coating finish allow our units to fit into any garage or workshop environment. Heats up to 45,000 BTU on Natural Gas.
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