This infrared heater runs on liquid propane without electronic ignition, allowing it to provide heat during power blackouts. No vent system is needed, and it can even be installed in mobile homes as a source of high efficiency heat. Up to 27,000 BTUs of heat can be put out by this wall-mounted or free-standing heater, adjustable with a set of manual controls. A five year warranty from SunStar Heating Products gives peace of mind, and a number of safety features add fire protection.
Please Note: This unit is approved for mobile home installation where not prohibited by local codes.
Liquid propane radiant infrared heater
Generates up to 27,000 BTUs of gentle, yet extremely effective heat
Almost 100% efficient
Requires no chimney or outside venting
Runs without electricity - even works during power outages
Manual temperature controls
Reliable top-mounted piezo ignition system
Equipped with an oxygen depletion system and and flame failure safety features
Can stand on the floor or be mounted on a wall
Convenient floor stand is included for floor mounting option
Suitable for installation in mobile homes when permitted by state and local codes
By Larry from Judsonia, Arkansas on December 30, 2013
Does manual control mean you can burn 1, 3, or 5 burners?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on December 31, 2013
This unit does indeed allow you to select 1, 2, or all 3 of the radiant burner plaques.
By Karl from Creede, CO on December 27, 2013
Will this unit work at 8,000 feet?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on December 27, 2013
While the unit can operate at this high of an altitude, it could potentially have issues with nuisance pilot outages. The oxygen depletion sensor in the pilot is calibrated near sea level. At elevations above 4,500 feet, the oxygen level becomes low enough that the ODS falsely detects a low enough oxygen level that the unit will shut down. Vented heaters are more reliable for high elevations.
By Randy from Brockport, PA on November 4, 2012
I am looking for a natural gas heater like the propane ones you have listed that have 30,000 BTU's. I know you had them in the past because my neighbor has one in her breezeway and it keeps it toasty warm. Please let me know as soon as possible because I am looking to purchase a new heater soon.
While our shipping department will allow this heater to ship to California, installation of a vent free appliance in that state is technically illegal. If the installation is to be inspected by local code officials or your insurance company, it would fail.
SunStar Manual Control SC30 Vent-Free Radiant Infrared Propane Room Heater