Turbo Fan Gas Heater £69.99 @ Aldi from Thursday 10th Jan
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Turbo Fan Gas Heater £69.99 @ Aldi from Thursday 10th Jan

£69.99ALDI Deals
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Found 4th Jan 2013
Lightweight, highly portable, with 9 x the output of an ordinary fan heater.

Ideal for large spaces like garages, workshops and warehouses
230 V ~ 50 Hz
Max output 16kW
Piezo Ignition
Full safety cut out feature
Use with 5 or 11 kg Butane/Propane gas bottles
Includes carry handle

9 Comments

Original Poster

http://www.aldi.co.uk/uk/media/offers/01_13_week_02/Product_detail_Wk02_T_32(1).jpg

16kw and flueless has potential to be dangerous. Gas safe state a fire above 7kw requires additional ventilation.

koski316

16kw and flueless has potential to be dangerous. Gas safe state a fire … 16kw and flueless has potential to be dangerous. Gas safe state a fire above 7kw requires additional ventilation.



So this won't be any good for a 6 x 8 shed.

Great for a large gazebo with one side open - will compliment the patio heater

Looks like a rocket launcher,

I wonder how much attention you would attract if you was to park near the airport runway and lift this on your shoulder

I'm guessing front page of the Sun

16kw and flueless has potential to be dangerous. Gas safe state a fire … 16kw and flueless has potential to be dangerous. Gas safe state a fire above 7kw requires additional ventilation



Better tell that to the untold hire centres knocking these out.

ideal for garages? are you serious? has the danger of carbon monoxide poisoning missed you entirely? if a gas fire requires a flu or chimney then should these not also?

If you want a bit of quick heat for a small workshop then these are great. If the flame burns a nice blue colour then the gas is being burnt correctly and the amount of nasty fumes are reduced to the lowest they can be (if the flame is a bit orange then its a bad one as the gas is not being fully burnt and you are not getting the best heat from the gas = more fumes). Anyway the guarantee will see us out of the cold snap....
"Within 60 days

If your Special Buy is faulty and you purchased it less than 60 days ago, as a first step call the manufacturer's helpline and an experienced operator will take you through your options.

If however you simply change your mind, you still have time to return the item and receive a full refund or exchange, as long as you return it within the 60 day period, with your receipt and its original packaging."
So just get your money back when you have finished with it oO

Edited by: "marty-401" 4th Jan 2013

If it is a potential death machine, why don't the H+S brigade ban their sale? Plenty of people will use these indoors as a quick way of heating up a cold room/house; It's not as if you can open the windows to let CO out is it!

I want to know' on full power, how long will 11kg propane last? Is butane better? Which is the most cost effective? What is cost of an empty, governor supplied bottle (£30?) and refill (£22?); Do you go somewhere like the giant BOC depot in Wolves or a camping shop to buy/refill?

Any answers?
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