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Fire Sense 60697 Decorative Commercial Patio Heater

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The Fire Sense 60697 copper deco commercial patio heater is a heavy duty heater that includes an electronic ignition system and wheels for increased mobility.

Large Heat Range
The Fire Sense 60697 commercial patio heater heats in a range up to 18 feet in diameter.

Auto Shut Off Feature
A safety auto shut off tilt valve is included with the 60697 patio heater.

Stylish Copper Finish
The attractive design of this patio heater perfectly accents and enhances the patio decor.

Unique Pilotless System
The ignition system does not use a pilot light. Also, it is a single stage ignition process.

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  2. Money back guaranteed
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  4. No restocking fees

  • Model: 60697
  • UPC: 690730606971
  • Product Type: Decorative Commercial Patio Heater
  • Product Dimensions: L: 18.00" x W: 18.00" x H: 89.00"
  • Product Weight: 51.00 lbs.
  • Product Color: Copper
  • Application: Ideal for heating your patio or deck
  • Warranty: 1-year limited manufacturer's warranty
  • Type: Patio Heater
  • Fuel Type: Propane
  • Coverage Area: 18 square feet
  • Style: Free-standing
  • Construction: Copper
  • Heating Capacity: 46000 BTUs
  • Compatible LPG Tank Size: 20 pounds
  • Ignition Type: Electronic
  • Wheeled Base: Yes
  • Suitable for Commercial Use: No
  • Safety Features: Weighted base , Automatic shut-off tilt valve
  • A piezo igniter is also included
  • A weighted base for stability is included
  • For your safety an auto shut off valve is featured
  • Heats in a range up to 18 feet in diameter
  • Included in the design of this heater are durable stainless steel burners and double mantle heating grid
  • Uses an ignition system without a pilot light

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