- Shipping Weight: 18.5 Kg
- Manufacturer reference: HEATER-FLR-PH515-GH
- ASIN: B00D3P0NVK
- Date first available at Amazon.ca: Aug. 7 2014
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Thermo Tiki Outdoor Propane Patio Heater with Cover - Commercial LP Gas Porch & Deck Heater - Hammered Bronze
|Price:||CDN$ 392.93 FREE SHIPPING.|
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This professional-grade outdoor patio heater is expertly crafted from premium materials and styled to compliment any exterior décor. Measuring just over 7 feet in height, it features durable, commercial-quality components and a premium hammered bronze finish that is rust, fade and corrosion-resistant for lasting durability, even in the most extreme climates. With wheels for portability, this multi-purpose heater is ideal for use on your patio or pool deck, at a restaurant, or for a party, wedding, or any outdoor event (patio heaters are not for use indoors, near combustible materials, or in partially enclosed outdoor areas such as tents). This unit utilizes an ultra-efficient, stainless steel, infrared heating element to produce a true rated output of 41,000 BTU (other brands quote 46,000-50,000 BTU for inferior heaters). It is capable of providing comfortable, radiant heat over a wide radius. Exact range depends on the ambient temperature and the level of heat desired, but heaters ge
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The assembly directions in the Owner’s Manual were well illustrated and broken up into logically defined steps. Having pictures of all the fasteners involved and placing each type of fastener in its own blister pack section were nice touches. From a purely technical competence perspective, the assembly is not a big project – just follow the directions and it all comes together as planned.
Estimated assembly time (60 minutes) is optimistic – it took me more like 2 hours. A large part of the extra time was taken up in peeling off the protective film from many stainless steel parts. Be sure to peel off the outer side film from the heat deflector parts (the side the curls around the lip of the reflector) first as doing that makes getting the inner side film out of the curled up lip easier.
The assembly guide suggests to use a Philips screwdriver to open the pilot light sight port. I had to switch to a medium size broad flat headed screwdriver as the Phillips screwdriver cammed out – the retaining screw is really tight. Also, don’t count on just using the pretty primitive wrench provided. Nuts and bolts are involved in many cases so a tool on each end of the assembly is often required. Best to use box end metric wrenches of the correct size to tighten the nuts and something substantial to hold the bolts.