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Fire Sense 33 Inch Commercial Series Aqua Outdoor Propane Patio Heater

Fire Sense 33 Inch Commercial Series Aqua Outdoor Propane Patio Heater

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Product Details

Manufacturer: Fire Sense
Fire Sense Part Numbers: 61130
Item Number: FRS-61130
UPC: 690730611302



  • Dimensions: 33" Lid Dia x 86" H x 18" Base Dia
  • ETL certified
  • LP regulator and hose
  • Chrome-plated reflector lid
  • Wheels for easy movement
  • Powder-coated steel construction
  • Stainless steel burner and heat grid
  • Uses standard 20-pound propane tank
  • Piezo ignition with variable flame control
  • Tilt protection safety feature automatically shut off system
  • Maximum BTU Output: 46,000
  • Minimum Propane Inlet Pressure: 11" WC
  • Minimum Top Clearances: 36"
  • Minimum Side Clearances: 24"
  • Ignition Type: Manual
Are you looking to spice up your backyard patio? Look no further than our Aqua Blue Powder Coated Patio Heater. Perfect for those chilly evenings, this unit emanates 46,000 BTU's using a standard 20 lb. propane tank. The heater sits atop a wheel assembly for easy mobility, while also including a tip-over protection safety feature for increased stability. The beautiful aqua blue finish offers a perfect color fit for a poolside patio or simply a splash of color to light up any backyard scene. This ETL approved heater is the perfect combination of performance, mobility, and beauty for any patio environment.

Please Note: Some models take 3-5 minutes for the propane to purge the air from the gas hose. Please allow plenty time for this process to occur before pressing the igniter button.

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Aj from Durham, NC asked:
Can this be used on a screened in porch?
Can this be used on a screened in porch?
This would only be acceptable if the covered patio were completely detached from the home and you were able to meet or exceed the clearance requirements of the heater, which are at least 3' from the top and 2' from the sides of the heater.
Answered by: Will M.


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