Our newest style Radiant Kerosene Heater (10,000 BTU) is safe and easy to use and economical to operate. It is great alternative heating source and excellent emergency heating source in events of power failure – no electricity is required! It provides efficient zone heating: about 380 sq.ft. It is lighter than other radiant models and it’s larger (1.2 gallons) tank will keep you warm for up to 14 hours. As energy costs sky rocket and temperatures plunge, HeatMate heaters provide an economical alternative way to zone heat your home or other indoor space. HeatMate heaters are self contained and operate without the need for electrical power. Combined with portability and ease of use this makes HeatMate heaters an excellent solution to your emergency heating needs. Provides warmth and comfort even in the coldest indoor spaces. Fuel gauge, siphon pump and batteries included.
From the Manufacturer
With over 60 years of experience, Sengoku has become a global leading manufacturer of alternative heating products. Everything that we design and develop is with a focus on continuing to exceed the industry’s quality standards and saving money for our customers. Our kerosene heaters offer the top features customers expect – safety features such as automatic shut-off and safety grills. Our heaters offer convenient features like easy-read fuel gauges and automatic ignition for fast, push-button starting. Our products are innovated to incorporate and meet the priorities and demands of today’s consumers.
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Perfect for emergency heating or zone heating of rooms up to 380 square feet
The large capacity 1.2 gallon/4.5 liter fuel tank will keep you warm for up to 14 hours on one fill
Features an automatic safety shut off, easy push button start (no matches or electricity required), EZ Flame adjuster, tip over switch, and protective safety grills.
This Heater is suitable for use inside the house, poorly insulated buildings, garages and other hard to heat spaces.
Ideal for both everyday supplemental heating and emergency situations