Hunter H45 Military Heater - Wood & Gas

US Military hunter-h45

Availability: In stock

Regular Price: $895.00

Special Price: $395.00

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The H45 space heater is a 45K BTU heater that is designed to provide heat for the General Purpose and Temper tents. The H45 operates without the use of electrical power and can burn many types of liquid fuel. (DF-2, DF-1, DF-A, JP-5, JP-8) The H45 utilizes vaporizing R-tube burner technology, which overcomes the major combustion and safety problems that have existed over the past 50 years in the non-powered military heater industry.

Hunter H45 Military Heater - Wood & Gas

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The H45 space heater manufactured by Hunter for the U.S. military is a non-powered, freestanding, liquid multi-fuel space heater and is designed for heating the military's general purpose (GP) tents, small and large. CLICK HERE FOR MANUAL or YouTube Video .

Adjustable heat output of 20,000 to 45,000 BTU/hr. Has six 2 foot sections of stovepipe and a spark arrestor cap for the stovepipe.

  • 17.5 inches in diameter x 25.5 inches tall
  • 74 lbs.
  • Non-powered vented heat for camp, tent or shelter
  • Liquid multi-fuel burner uses kerosene, diesel, and JP5
  • Field proven
  • Reaming tool
  • 6 piece Exhaust stack, up to 12 ft.
  • Fuel control valve
  • Stack cap spark arrestor
  • Gravity feed kit
  • Lid
  • Oil Burner assembly
  • Hose overflow, hose supply
  • Print Technical manual

"This unit provides reliable heating using a fuel vaporizing technology that has been tested in the laboratory and in the field. The H45 heater has been in service for many years and thousands of units have been put to use. The exhaust stack (included) vents all exhaust products outside. "

"The H45 space heater is a 45,000 BTU heater that is designed to provide heat for the GP and TEMPER tents. The H45 operates without the use of electrical power and can burn DF2, DF1, DFA, JP5 and JP8. The H45 utilizes vaporizing R-tube burner technology."

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