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DeWalt Cordless 68,000 BTU Forced Air Propane

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BRAND: Mr Heater

SKU: F340660

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DeWalt Cordless 68,000 BTU Forced Air Propane
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DeWalt Cordless 68,000 BTU Forced Air Propane

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DeWalt Cordless 68,000 BTU Forced Air Propane
Variable 30-68,000 BTU settings
Heats up to 1750 sq. ft.
Uses liquid propane gas
Works with any DeWALT 20 Volt Max battery
Works with new FlexVolt series batteries
Equipped with Quiet Burner Technology
Rugged two piece barrel for easy maintenance
Ergonomic handle
Recessed controls
Maximum Hours Of Operation: 6.17 hours
2.5 to 20-hour runtime
20-lb. propane tank
Length: 19.72"
Height: 11.85"
Width: 17.8"
Weight: 33.25 lbs.
Outdoor use only

Heavy-duty design built for the jobsite. The new 20 V Max cordless DeWALT propane forced air heaters come standard with a hose and regulator and all the safety you would expect from DeWALT product. Equipped with factory installed high limit switches and a thermoelectric safety valve you can feel comfortable using this heater on any jobsite. Just plug any of the DeWALT 20 V Max batteries into the heater, hook up the included hose and regulator to a propane tank and you are ready to cut the cord and take this heater anywhere.

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Brand Mr Heater
SKU F340660

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