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vented oil or kerosene space heater

Franco -belge builds oil-fired stoves that heat up to 2000 square feet. No electricity is needed for these gravity fed stoves and they seem to work quite well
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  • DiDi Posts: 3Member
    vented kerosene or oil heater

    I am trying to locate a vented kerosene or fuel oil space heater that does not require elctricity to use. There used to be large box-like kerosene heaters the size of a washing machine. They were gravity fed and did not require electricity to pump the fuel or circulate the air. I have been unble to find a replacment. Momitor and Toyo heaters require an electric hookup. The space to be heated is less than 1000 sq.ft. (chimney available), however, there is no electric service. We could go with wood, but that requires much more care and attention as well as hauling wood. Oil delivery is much easier.

    Does anyone know any sources in the mid-Atlantic area? or that ships. Thanks for your help.
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  • WeezboWeezbo Posts: 6,230Member ✭✭✭
    you might find one at Army salvage sales..

    oil drip pan heater....they are spendy things...military might call them Arctic Tent Heaters .
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  • Mt. Falls MikeyMt. Falls Mikey Posts: 30Member
    Only thing I know of is...

    An old Zeigler or Warm Morning space heater. When they worked properly,they worked well,but it is a drip-type heater,dunno if any parts are still available. I used to service quite a few of these beasts. Carbon buildup was a big problem.
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  • Dirk WrightDirk Wright Posts: 142Member
    Napoleon

    This is what you're looking for:
    http://www.napoleonfireplaces.com/Webshare/oil_all.html

    there are a few other brands also.
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