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    Empire GWT50 Gravity-Vented Dual Wall Furnace - Propane - GWT-50LP

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    List Price: $1,399.99
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    • Efficiently generates 50,000 BTUs of heat
    • Dual-wall design is capable of heating two rooms*
    • Requires no electricity
    • Easily retrofits
    • Millivolt controls
    • Built-in automatic safety shut-off
    • Natural gas and propane models available
    • 10-year warranty for combustion chamber and 1-year limited warranty for parts
    • Dimensions: 66 1/8" H x 16" W x 6" D
    • Minimum Clearances:
      • 12" from top
      • 4" from each side
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    Product Details
    Manufacturer: Empire
    Part Number: GWT50LP
    eFireplaceStore Item Number: CUI-GWT50LP
    UPC: 720968285232

    Features

    • Efficiently generates 50,000 BTUs of heat
    • Dual-wall design is capable of heating two rooms*
    • Requires no electricity
    • Easily retrofits
    • Millivolt controls
    • Built-in automatic safety shut-off
    • Natural gas and propane models available
    • 10-year warranty for combustion chamber and 1-year limited warranty for parts
    • Dimensions: 66 1/8" H x 16" W x 6" D
    • Minimum Clearances:
      • 12" from top
      • 4" from each side
      • 1 1/2" from the bottom of the unit to floor covering
    • *Can accept two separately purchased blowers
    For a new unobtrusive heat source, a wall furnace can be a solution. And for a wall furnace propane can be a great efficient clean fuel. A wall furnace eliminates a new heater getting in the way. This unit puts out 50000 BTUs of clean heat. This wall heater does not require any electricity. The unit easily retrofits into existing systems. Safety features include an automatic shut off. Made by Empire, natural gas models are available.
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    Customer Questions & Answers
    7 Questions & 7 Answers
    Bill
    from Los Gatos, CA asked:
    January 2, 2015
    Does this furnace come with a fan?
    1 Answers
    While a fan is not standard on this model, it is available. The proper item is the Empire GWTB2 Automatic Gas Furnace Blower - For Gravity-Vented Wall Furnaces - GWTB-2.
    eFireplaceStore
    on January 2, 2015

    Gabriel
    from San Jose, CA asked:
    October 28, 2014
    Will this unit work for a 1,290 square foot modular home? Can this work with the ducts that are under the house?
    1 Answers
    This furnace is capable of providing heat to two rooms adjacent to one another, but it is not capable of connecting to the existing ducting beneath the house.
    Chris C.
    on October 28, 2014

    Kim
    from Santa Monica, CA asked:
    December 7, 2013
    We live in a condo and our heating unit leaked gas and is not replaceable. We need to buy a heater that heats 2 rooms and we don't understand the difference between propane or gas heat. Can we put this heater in our wall anywhere? Who installs it? Can someone come to our house to help us?
    1 Answers
    This heat is indeed designed to be installed between rooms in a standard 2 x 4 wall. There are versions of the heater for both natural gas and propane. Natural gas is commonly available from local municipalities and is piped to your house, while propane is typical in rural locations and is stored in an above or below ground tank. A local plumber would need to complete the installation of the heater.
    Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
    on December 9, 2013

    Reggie
    from Bremond, TX asked:
    November 12, 2013
    If you buy 2 blowers do they run off of the same thermostat, or do you need one for each blower?
    1 Answers
    If dual fans are used, they will operate off of their own independent thermostatic sensors.
    Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
    on November 12, 2013

    Marja
    from Hesperus, CO asked:
    January 16, 2013
    Presently, we have a dual-room heater that is vented through the ceiling in a pipe that goes out through the attic and out the roof. It heats the Master bedroom and the adjoining bath through a lower vent-only in the bath. It sticks out only in the bedroom, which is very nice. We are interested in the GWT50 because it requires no electricity, but can this heater be used with the exiting pipe for venting? And will the heat permeate the room without a blower? The blower in the heater we have now makes a tremendous noise.
    1 Answers
    You may indeed be able to use the existing vent pipe for your current heater, but this will depend on the diameter. This heater require a 4 inch type BW (oval) vent, which is common for many dual-room type heaters. If your current unit has this type of vent, it can be used again. While gravity vented heaters are less effective than forced air types, this unit would definitely be sufficient to heat a bedroom and bathroom, without the use of an accessory fan. I would only recommend installing a fan if additional areas will rely on this unit as well.
    Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
    on January 16, 2013

    Betty Herod
    from Mountain City, TN asked:
    December 18, 2012
    I have a modular home with an electric furnace. Will this model heat a 1700 square foot modular home that has heat ducts?
    1 Answers
    This unit would fall short of being able to heat a 1,700 square foot home, as it does not have the BTU capacity and is not a forced air style of furnace. We do have models of furnaces that are capable of producing the BTU output you seek, but they are free-standing models that do not tie into your existing duct work. As such, they would not be a good option for heating your entire home. You would be best to replace the electric furnace with an equivalent model or to replace it with a forced air gas furnace.
    Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
    on December 18, 2012

    Darlene
    from Nova Scotia asked:
    August 16, 2012
    Can it be installed on an inside wall and used separately one room at a time or does it heat two rooms at the same time? Does it fit inside the wall?
    1 Answers
    This unit can indeed be installed on an inside wall, but it cannot be used to heat only one room at a time. The fully open design will provide heat to both rooms simultaneously. The unit fits partially within the wall. A rectangular opening will need to be framed into the wall between the rooms and this will contain the combustion chamber portion of the unit. However, the casing of the furnace will protrude from either side of the wall by several inches.
    Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
    on August 16, 2012

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    100% Recommend this product (3 of 3 responses)
    By Jacqueline Thompson from Wyoming on November 1, 2013
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    Strange Noise
    The heater makes a loud sound when it kicks on and shuts off. It is a very strange cracking noise.
    By Terry Sanchez from Montana on May 1, 2013
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    A Perfect Fit
    The heater was a perfect fit for the opening I had. My connections were old and had to be upgraded, but the unit is heating well. I did not opt for the blower, since I am only heating a small space.
    By Todd Gonzales from Wyoming on July 18, 2012
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    Fantastic Heater
    This is a fantastic heater. I am very pleased with my purchase.
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