By Irina from Australia on May 8, 2014
From where the difference of the price coming in all the same Sun Star?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on May 9, 2014
Answer:Pricing of the Sunstar heaters in the same BTU category varies due to differences in fuel and control types. There is a slight cost difference between the natural gas and propane models. There is also a difference between the manual control models and the units that have a built in thermostat, like the model you are viewing now.
By Tom from Patzcuaro Mx on December 22, 2016
Will a 1/2" propane line provide enough gas?
Will this unit work @ 6000 ft elevation?
By Will M. on December 22, 2016
Answer:No, vent-less gas systems will only operate, without issue, at elevations above 4500'. Also, proper gas line sizing should only be determined by a locally licensed plumber, as it will depend on several factors, including the Btu input of all gas burning systems being supplied by the main trunk, and the heaters distance from the gas meter.
By Bob from Denver, CO on November 22, 2013
Can the SunStar SC30 Vent-Free Natural Gas Heater be connected to a wall mounted thermostat?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on November 24, 2013
Answer:Unfortunately, no. This heater is only able to be controlled via the internal thermostat that comes with the unit.
By Tim from Elizabethtown, PA on February 15, 2014
Is there a limit to the amount of these type heaters to have in a home, since they are ventless?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on February 17, 2014
Answer:Yes. Because vent free heaters require combustion air from the room, a certain amount of square footage is needed to supply enough air to the heaters. The number of and BTU output of the heaters is directly related to the volume of available air in the home.
Vent free heaters should also not be the primary source of heat for the home. If you would like to provide an approximate square footage, as well as the average ceiling heat, we will be able to specify what BTU output can be used.