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Empire RH25 Console Gas Room Heater - Propane

851.40
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  • Capable of warming medium to large rooms with 25,000 BTUs of heat
  • Requires no electricity
  • Matchless piezo ignition system
  • Durable beige cabinet
  • Convenient hydraulic thermostat
  • Draft diverter can be vertically or horizontally installed
  • Automatic shut-off keeps you safe
  • Natural gas and propane models available
  • 10-year limited warranty for combustion chamber and 1-year limited warranty for parts
  • Dimensions: 26" H x 37" W x 18 3/8" D with diverter or 11 1/2" D without diverter
  • Minimum Clearances:
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This Propane Gas Room Heater by Empire warms large areas with 25,000 BTUs of heat and warmth, and comes in a durable beige cabinet. This console propane heater requires no electricity and features a piezo ignition system. The hydraulic thermostat make this Empire heater a smart economic choice-while the automatic shut off keeps you safe. The draft diverter can be vertically or horizontally installed, and this heater comes with a 10 year limited warranty for combustion chamber and a 1 year limited warranty for parts.

Features

  • Capable of warming medium to large rooms with 25,000 BTUs of heat
  • Requires no electricity
  • Matchless piezo ignition system
  • Durable beige cabinet
  • Convenient hydraulic thermostat
  • Draft diverter can be vertically or horizontally installed
  • Automatic shut-off keeps you safe
  • Natural gas and propane models available
  • 10-year limited warranty for combustion chamber and 1-year limited warranty for parts
  • Dimensions: 26" H x 37" W x 18 3/8" D with diverter or 11 1/2" D without diverter
  • Minimum Clearances:
    • Top - 48"
    • Sides - 6"
    • Opposite side (for accessibility) - 18"
    • Bottom of unit to wood floor - 0"
    • Draft diverter to wall - 2"
Manufacturer: Empire
Part Number: RH-25LP
eFireplaceStore Item Number: CUI-RH25LP
UPC: 720968122520
Empire RH25 Console Gas Room Heater - Propane
$851.40
5 Stars based on 5 Review(s)
Ben
Big Lake, Alaska
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Warm in Alaska
June 1, 2013
Not having electricity makes this a nice heater.With generator power the blower is a great addition.
Pros:
Easy to install. Not affected by wind.

Brandon Young
South Dakota
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Owned For One Year
May 20, 2012
I have had this heater for about a year, and I am happy to report that is has performed remarkably well so far. It is able to keep my entire home warm without any issues. I am quite satisfied with the overall performance.

Ann Shannon
Elberton,GA
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Empire RH 35-6
October 23, 2011
From what i have used this heater with a blower i really like the blower is so quite compared to the one i had and it heats up good i am heating 5 rooms with this heater and it does the job. I am really impressed with this heater I will really know when i have to fill my lp tank so far everything is good would recommend to anyone Will write more as time goes and i see how efficient it is .Thanks hope this helps I would buy this heater again at this point of my using it.Ann
Pros:
quite blower heats all around not just in 1 place
Cons:
nothing at this time

Anthony Moore
North Dakota
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Hope It Lasts a Long Time
January 28, 2010
Currently, our home has a large family room that used to serve as the garage before we converted it into an additional room. The problem is that the home heating system is such that it is not possible to keep it heated properly. We decided (After consulting with empire) to purchase a new one to do the job. We are hoping that this new heater not only will be able to accomplish the job but also will be able to last as long as our previous heater did.

Louise Griffin
Nebraska
4 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Good Heater, Awkward Design
January 4, 2010
When it comes to keeping a medium sized room heated at a comfortable temperature, this product is the answer to your search. Unfortunately, it is a little awkward for its size.



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By Sandra from Grand Junction on November 2, 2013
How large of a space is this supposed to heat? Which side is the accessible side for this model?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on November 4, 2013

Answer:
This unit is designed to heat an area of approximately 550 square feet. This is assuming the home has 8 foot ceilings and average insulation. The gas control knob for operation of the unit is located on the left hand rear of the casing, as you face the appliance.

By beverly harrigan from portland, maine on January 21, 2012
Can i get a converter kit to make this a propane stove, and can it be vented out the wall? Where can I get the vent kit?
By Kevin E. - Fireplace Specialist on January 23, 2012

Answer:
This unit is designed to burn propane. A conversion kit is not required. This unit can be vented through a wall. However, this unit is a B-Vent appliance so its venting must be terminated vertically. We carry venting components for this unit and are happy to build a quote for you. You may reply with some details about your application so that we can gather some parts for you.

By Dan from Danvers, MA on July 9, 2013
Would this be large enough to heat an older mobile home?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on July 10, 2013

Answer:
As long as the heater is centrally located in the mobile home and your windows and doors are fairly well sealed, this heater would indeed be large enough for your needs.

By Tom from Yosemite CA on January 31, 2013
I am looking for a heater for a remote off-grid cabin. We have a separate sleeping cabin that is currently not heated. Its around 350 square feet. Stick construction (2X6), bat insulation and single pane windows. We only have power when we run the plant.
Could I use something like this for heat? I am at 6K feet and am in California. I think this may be larger than I need but I am not sure.
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on February 1, 2013

Answer:
This console heater can indeed be operated without electricity and could serve as a primary heat source for the cabin. While it is capable of heating a space that is twice the size of the square footage you have, it is also the smallest heater in this category. Lower BTU output heaters than this unit are all vent free, which I do not recommend using as a primary heat source. This heater would simply not need to run as long to heat the area.

By Linda from GA on October 26, 2013
My pilot light will not stay burning. As soon as I let up on the button it goes out. Do you know what might be wrong?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on October 28, 2013

Answer:
It is likely that the thermocouple is either dirty or is becoming weak and needs replacement. The thermocouple can start to accumulate a buildup of carbon from the pilot flame over time. This can be removed by lightly sanding the thermocouple probe to remove the buildup. If this does not help, the thermocouple should be replaced. I can check into pricing of the probe, should you end up needing a replacement.

By Ken from Vermont on November 18, 2013
I have a room that's 900 sq-ft with a 16 ft peaked ceiling. I'm looking to replace the existing 35,000 BTU propane space heater (I currenlty have an Empire DV351SG) and was wondering if the 25,000 BTU model RH25 would be sufficent for heating this room. I would like to control the room at 55-60 degrees for the majority of the time and only heat to 65-70 for a couple of hours each night. Can you advise?
By Tyler M. - NFI Certified Specialist on November 19, 2013

Answer:
With your total area and extended ceiling height, we would recommend staying with a 35,000 BTU heater. However, the Empire RH heaters are less efficient than the DV (direct vent) heaters, so we would recommend replacing your unit with another direct vent unit like the Empire DV35SGLP.

By Kim from Unionville, Michigan on November 6, 2013
Will this heater heat a room that is 20' x 30' x 10'? It is in my shed. The walls are foam insulated and 6 inches of fiberglass in the ceiling. This is a work shop and I would like to keep the temp around 68 to 70 in there while working.
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on November 6, 2013

Answer:
This unit will indeed heat the space, particularly with your level of insulation. For best performance and circulation of heat, I recommend installing the optional blower to the heater. This will make a big difference and help to heat the entire area much more quickly.

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