Portable Diesel Air Heater and Jobsite Productivity

January 8, 2019

Larson Electronics has announced the release of cart mounted forced air heater for indoor applications. This heater is a kerosene/diesel unit that provides 3,000 CFM of air flow and 600,000 BTUs, and comes equipped with a 40-gallon fuel tank. 

The GAU-KFA-PH-600K-TST cart mounted portable forced air heater can heat spaces up to 15,000 square feet and operates on 120V AC 60 Hz. This powerful heater features a large 40-gallon fuel tank with air pressure, fuel and thermostat gauges for real-time monitoring. This heater consumes kerosene/diesel (CSA certified to run on #1 and 2 diesel fuel, JP8/Jet A fuel and #1 and 2 fuel oil) at a rate of 4.5 gallons per hour with a maximum run time of nine hours at a full tank. 

Larson Electronics’ cart mounted forced air heater comes equipped with safety features, including high temperature shut off, flame out fuel cut and a thermocouple. This heater comes with a three-foot power cord and an extension cord wrap. The unit is mounted on a cart containing two wheels and front/rear handles for easy portability and transportation around work sites. 

This durable and powerful forced air heater is suitable for a variety of industrial and commercial applications, including use at construction sites, in warehouse, in commercial spaces and industrial buildings, at schools and other indoor facilities, and more.

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