Material：304 Stainless Steel Burner
Total Heater Height: 87 inches
Reflector Dia: 32 inches
Burner Dia: 11 X 21 inches
Tank Base Dia:18 X 3.4 inches(H)
Tank Housing Dia:15 X 24 inches(H)
2 Pieces Main Pole: φ2.56 X 41.3 inches (H) X 0.05 inches (T)
Safety: ETL Certified
Heat Output Max: 46000BTU
Sectional/4-pc Aluminum Reflector
With Anti-tilt Switch and Automatic Shut-off Device
Tips:It is recommended not to use it indoors or in unventilated places.
CSA Hose and Regulator Included
1.Turn on the valve on the gas supply cylinder.
2.Press and turn the variable control knob to the "HI" position
3.Press down the variable control knob and hold for 3-5 seconds.
4.while holding the control knob, press the ibniter button until the main flame is ignited. Release the control knob 30 seconds after the ignition.
5.Turn the control knob to the low position and leave it there for 5 minutes before turning the knob to the desired temperature setting.
Doesn’t have to but, it will show rust if it gets wet.
I’m not really sure. I keep the same maintenance as of a gas grill.
Make sure your valves are intact.
The top clean. I only have mine since last year and so far it has been outside.
I just cleaned it and attached the gas to it.
No. The tank makes the propane heater a little heavier but still very maneuverable.
I have lighted ours after it has rained, no problems.
The large reflector on top shields the burner unit from rain/snow.