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    Empire DV210SG Direct Vent Gas Wall Furnace - Propane - DV-210-SGLP

    789.30
    List Price: $969.99
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    Product Details
    Manufacturer: Empire
    Part Number: DV210SGXLP
    eFireplaceStore Item Number: CUI-DV210SGLP
    UPC: 720968965301

    Features

    • Efficiently generates 10,000 BTUs of heat
    • 60 cu. ft. per minute output
    • Easy through-wall venting requires no chimney
    • Matchless Piezo ignition system
    • Requires no electricity
    • Automatic shut-off keeps you safe
    • Millivolt wall thermostat control system
    • Natural gas and propane models available
    • Includes standard vent kit for venting through an outside wall
    • 10-year warranty for combustion chamber and 1-year limited warranty for parts
    • Dimensions: 21 3/8" H x 16 1/4" W x 9 3/8" D
    • Minimum Clearances:
      • 12" from top
      • 1" from each side
      • None required from bottom of unit to floor covering
    This direct vent wall furnace by Empire efficiently generates up to 10,000 BTUs with 60 cu. ft. per minute output. This furnace features easy through-wall venting that requires no chimney, and comes with the matchless piezo ignition system. Featuring millivolt wall thermostat control system, this furnace also comes with automatic shut-off to keep you safe. This furnace requires no electricity and it includes standard vent kit for venting through an outside wall, and both propane and natural gas models are available.
    Customer Questions & Answers
    By Russ from NV on March 14, 2017
    How much square feet will this heat in a well insulated garage?
    By Tyler M. on March 14, 2017

    Answer:
    This heater will heat approximately 200 square feet with standard 8' ceilings.

    By Kate from North Bend, WA on October 27, 2013
    I need to replace an Empire DV-215-7SG. Would this unit fit into the existing mount?
    By Kevin E. - NFI Certified Specialist on October 28, 2013

    Answer:
    It would appear that the dimensional difference between the DV215 and the DV210 is slight enough that they would indeed employ the same mounting bracket. Yes, in double checking the parts list in the installation manual, there is but one mounting plate listed for both sizes of this appliance.

    By Mark from NH on May 14, 2013
    How much propane does this furnance use per hour with a normal operating level in a 10x12 room?
    By Tyler M. - NFI Certified Specialist on May 14, 2013

    Answer:
    While propane use varies model to model, the general rule of thumb is 21,000 BTUs in a pound of propane and 91,000 BTUs in a gallon. Thus, this 10,000 BTU heater will consume about 1/2 of a pound of propane every hour and a little over 10% of a gallon of propane in an hour. When the heater is only using the standing pilot light, 1,000 BTUs per hour are consumed.

    By john from Granite Falls, WA on April 3, 2012
    Can I mount DV210 high up a wall behind and way above toilet?
    By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on April 4, 2012

    Answer:
    Technically, this unit can be installed on any outside wall and can be utilized in any location that will allow for the proper clearances to be maintained.

    However, the manufacturer advises that this unit is better suited to a large, open wall area so that heat will distribute more evenly and so the unit can be serviced easily. It would be best to consider this in your installation, as you will get much better results out of the unit in the long run.

    By Michael from NH on October 13, 2016
    Can a vinyl siding terminal be added to the "included" venting, without having to purchase an entire new kit?
    By Chris C. on October 14, 2016

    Answer:
    The Empire Vinyl Siding Kit is designed as an add on to the venting kit that comes with the heater from Empire. This kit includes the necessary stand off to safely extend the termination cap away further from the vinyl siding to prevent damage.

    By Jan from Bismarck, ND on March 2, 2013
    What recommended square footage will this heat?
    By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on March 4, 2013

    Answer:
    For the average home, this unit will heat approximately 220 square feet.

    By Kert from Western North Carolina on September 14, 2013
    What is the AFUE for this unit?
    By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on September 17, 2013

    Answer:
    Per the manufacturer, the AFUE for this appliance is 62%.

    By Jan from Minneapolis, Mn on January 21, 2013
    How much does this unit weight?
    By Tyler M. - Fireplace Specialist on January 22, 2013

    Answer:
    This direct vent wall furnace weighs 40 lbs.

    By Todd from NM on September 5, 2016
    Is a 100 lb propane tank sufficient to run this heater?
    By Brennan W. on September 6, 2016

    Answer:
    A 100 lb tank should indeed be sufficient for this unit.

    By Patricia from Ukiah, CA on February 14, 2016
    How many square feet does this Empire wall furnace heat?
    By Will M. on February 15, 2016

    Answer:
    This heater will heat approximately 200 square feet with standard 8' ceilings.
    By Don from NY on February 16, 2016

    Answer:
    About 200 sq feet, I would get the 15000 btus instead of the 10000 btus. The 10000 is good for a small room but not good for an outside shed. It get's too cold out in New York for a outside shed.

    By Kevin from MI on January 29, 2016
    The only place I can install this EMpire DV210SG direct vent gas wall furnace is in the corner of an interior wall and exterior wall. Because I want this to face a certain direction, I would need to install it on the interior wall, but can I use flexible tubing to vent it out the exterior wall or add a 90 degree elbow somehow?
    By Chris C. on January 29, 2016

    Answer:
    Unfortunately, this unit may only utilize the venting kit included with the unit from Empire. They have not tested this model for use with flexible venting components, or with any elbows within the venting system.

    By Gab from NH on October 18, 2016
    Will this heat an 860 square foot garage that is insulated?
    By Will M. on October 18, 2016

    Answer:
    You would need approximately 30,100 Btus to effectively heat the space you describe. The Empire DV35SG Direct Vent Gas Wall Furnace - Propane may be more appropriate.

    By Gay from Embudo,NM on January 25, 2013
    Is this unit ok for installation at 6,000' ft altitude?
    By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on January 25, 2013

    Answer:
    This unit is indeed safe for use at your elevation. However, gas pressure adjustments and air shutter adjustments must be made to allow proper operation. The owner's manual contains a chart that will have this information and the correct adjustments that need to be made for the respective elevation.

    By Marvin from KS on October 29, 2014
    I am looking at installing the 10k BTU direct vent heater in a cargo trailer that has all metal walls. I figured that I may have to shim it out from the wall to gain wall thickness for the vent. Can these heaters be used for this application like the Williams brand furnace? If not, why?
    By eFireplaceStore on October 30, 2014

    Answer:
    I have discussed this type of installation with the manufacturer in the past and they advise that it can be done, but there are several recommendations. As you first mentioned, the unit will need to be shimmed out to accommodate the wall thickness. The next thing is that a very sturdy bracing system should be built to hold the unit in place. As you know, all but the largest cargo trailers can bounce quite a bit when empty, and the furnace must be braced firmly to ensure it will stay in position and to prevent the internals from being damaged.

    By Mark from Redstone, CO on January 1, 2016
    Will these Empire DV210SG direct vent gas wall furnaces work at 7,000 feet?
    By eFireplaceStore on January 4, 2016

    Answer:
    These direct vent heaters will indeed work at high altitudes. Depending on the gas supplier in your area, it may be necessary to change the main burner orifice to offset for the elevation. Some suppliers derate their fuel so that changing the orifice will not be needed.

    Customer Reviews
    Empire DV210SG Direct Vent Gas Wall Furnace - Propane - DV-210-SGLP ( 789.3 )
    4.5 out of 5 Stars based on 13 review(s) - sorted by Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    Great Heater but...
    By
    James Burns
    from Erin,Tnon
    December 8, 2016
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    My wife and I both like the heater, seems to be very efficient and she warm on the other side of the room
    Pros:
    easy installation, great heat
    Cons:
    The unit gets very hot when the front casing is replaced, after installing the optional blower(A MUST HAVE) we ran it without the front casing for a time and it blew heat everywhere however when I replaced the front casing it got hot against the wall. (I think this is due to the heat shield ) Possibly a bad design for the air flow


    This Purchase was Excellent!
    By
    Marilyn
    from BELLEVUEon
    February 6, 2016
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    My mother has a small rental cabin on her property and we needed a new heat source for it. We were somewhat desperate due to being in the middle of a cold snap. While preparing the cabin to rent, we discovered the vent free gas fireplace, was emitting carbon monoxide at dangerous levels. We looked into a vented fireplace, but the unit and installation would have cost us $3800.00. Kinda steep for a little cabin Which only provides a modest income . We looked into gas wall furnaces, and found the efireplacestore.com. The salesman we talked to was VERY knowledgeable about MANY types of heating sources. He really helped us find just the right size, type to suit our needs. We were able to get a natural gas console wall heater perfectly suited for the cabin at a much lower cost!
    Pros:
    Good quality for the cost. Can be used as a heat source WITHOUT ELECTRICITY! Easy to operate. Easily heats the whole cabin.
    Cons:
    Nothing against this unit. Possibly only that a fireplace with visible fire would we more visibly attractive.


    good quality product for value
    By
    James
    from SUNBURYon
    December 9, 2015
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    Heats required amount of space to be needed (800 sq ft). Pezo & gas control valve hard to access if unit is mounted low such as 8" from floor.
    Pros:


    Excellent heat source !
    By
    Keith
    from Western Maineon
    September 14, 2015
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    I used this for one winter a few years back to heat my new 1200 square foot home because I did not yet have my permanent radiant heating system completed. I did buy the fan kit later as well which is definitely needed if you plan to heat more than a single room. Worked great with no issues and kept the whole house warm and toasty. Used 600 gallons of propane that winter, same as my radiant system in later years. I'd recommend this heater to anyone...
    Cons:
    None I can think of.


    Small space heating
    By
    Rich Walter
    from Paywallup, WAon
    December 18, 2014
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    This heater is a good choice for heating a Small room or cabin. It takes no electricity and uses outside air. I'm using it to heat a patrol cabin in the hills near mt. Rainier.
    Pros:
    No electricity needed


    Works Great, High Quality
    By
    Christopher
    from ellsworth, maineon
    October 25, 2013
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    Slight dent in front, but most likely a shipping issue..


    Ten Years Old
    By
    Matthew Ross
    from New Mexicoon
    January 28, 2013
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    I installed this unit in a 77-year-old cabin high in the Santa Cruz mountains. After using it for nearly ten years, it still does a great job of producing heat. It has developed a bang when it starts and stops, but it may be a problem with the heat chamber, which is covered by a ten year warranty.


    Supremely Happy
    By
    Annie Murphy
    from Californiaon
    December 9, 2012
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    When the first snow of the season came, I had just installed my Empire DV 35. What a joy to enjoy its warm heat in my Sierra mountain cabin while I watched the snowfall out my large window. That experience to me is the definition of Empire Happiness.


    Top Too Hot
    By
    Nicole Anderson
    from Coloradoon
    April 27, 2012
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    Because of the position of the blower, the heat cause the top of the unit to get very hot. It would be better if the blower were on the top part of the unit and directed the heat down toward the bottom.


    Supplemental Room Heat
    By
    Aaron Bennett
    from Utahon
    February 12, 2012
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    This unit was purchased for a rental property. Since it was installed very recently, I am unsure how it will affect the gas bill as of yet. I believe, however, that the thermostat is defective since the heater will not cycle on and off.


    Cabin Heater
    By
    Timothy Patterson
    from Connecticuton
    November 28, 2010
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    This quiet, efficient heater warms my 250 square foot cabin with no problem. The safe direct vent exhaust gives me peace of mind.


    Broken Thermo Coupler
    By
    Nicholas Alexander
    from Idahoon
    November 15, 2010
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    I used this heater for five years without any problems and was very happy with it. Last year, I had to replace the thermocoupler. Now, at the start of another winter, it appears that the thermocoupler is again broken. Unfortunately, it is not a cheap part since the unit uses the more expensive wired coupler instead of the tube version.


    No Need to Burn Fuel
    By
    John Baker
    from Nevadaon
    September 9, 2010
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    Our little heater, though not very attractive, keeps us from having to burn fuel in our vacation cabin. It keeps the pipes from freezing at 45 degrees on low, which is a better track record than other heaters which keep pipes from freezing at 60 degrees. We can use ours to dry wet clothes by placing them in front of the blower. Our children enjoy curling up underneath the heater to sleep.




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