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Gas Heater £47.99 + 13kg Butane Gas Cyliner £19.99 Delivered @ Gasdeal - £67.98

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#1
super hot,
3 Likes #2
If you like damp in your home-
Quick calculation shows complete combustion of 13Kg of Butane would produce over 20Kg of water
That over 20 litres being soaked up into your walls & ceiling !!!

Edited By: sowotsdis on Nov 19, 2016 15:36
#3
sowotsdis
If you like damp in your home-
Quick calculation shows complete combustion of 13Kg of Butane would produce over 20Kg of water
That over 20 litres being soaked up into your walls & ceiling !!!


open a window
5 Likes #4
shadey12
sowotsdis
If you like damp in your home-
Quick calculation shows complete combustion of 13Kg of Butane would produce over 20Kg of water
That over 20 litres being soaked up into your walls & ceiling !!!


open a window


but it's winter
3 Likes #5
shadey12
sowotsdis
If you like damp in your home-
Quick calculation shows complete combustion of 13Kg of Butane would produce over 20Kg of water
That over 20 litres being soaked up into your walls & ceiling !!!


open a window


defeats the purpose
#6
sowotsdis
If you like damp in your home-
Quick calculation shows complete combustion of 13Kg of Butane would produce over 20Kg of water
That over 20 litres being soaked up into your walls & ceiling !!!


Keep a dessicant dehumidifier next to it. Dessicant dehumidifier works as heater as well. I keep one next to the bathroom . It's very cold to open the windows or risk mould in the house.
#7
to avoid creating to much dump inside the house. can we use propane gas instead of bustane gas in this heater ?
#8
sowotsdis
If you like damp in your home-
Quick calculation shows complete combustion of 13Kg of Butane would produce over 20Kg of water
That over 20 litres being soaked up into your walls & ceiling !!!
They can also be very dangerous:
This is a fumeless heater. Ensure the room is ventilated while the heater is in operation. Do not operate in a bedroom, caravan, boat, tent, awning or any room less than 80 cubic metres in volume.

80 cubic metres is a very large room, much bigger than the average living room etc.
#9
Burning ANY fossil fuel, including butane and propane will produce water, as well as poisonous products... you MUST provide adequate ventilation with these things.
#10
If you want a bad chest then go for it.
#11
We had one of these years ago, tons of condensation and we open windows for at least 30 minutes every morning regardless of weather.
1 Like #12
1kg of butane is equivalent of 13kwh (assuming 100% efficiency of heater, which it won't be)
So 13kg is 169kwh for £20 so 11.83 pence per kwh. Which is comparable to electric. Surely safer and more convenient to just use an electric heater, which will be 100% efficient, so in practice cheaper, as electric heaters re cheaper in the first place too?
#13
I ordered this yesterday to heat the shed, its the size of a garage but made of wood and gets quite cold. Ventilation isn't a problem as one of the windows wont shut, and as its used as a smoking shelter my flatmates are already inhaling poisonous fumes!

They used an electric heater last year but kept leaving it on resulting in massive bills, this way they just have to order a new gas bottle themselves.
#14
I thought these had been banned!!

I get bad flashbacks from the 80's when I see these horrid things.

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