Supa-heat™ 4600W Radiant Gas Heater

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$398
Price correct as at Wed 20 Jun 2018 12:16:44pm
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Product Description

With an electronic battery ignition, top vent for natural convection heating, easy to clean and maintain, high and low heat settings, attractive metallic silver finish the Supaheat is very stylish.

Available in Natural Gas or LPG, it includes 1500mm easy-grip gas bayonet hose and is Australian Gas Association (AGA) approved.

*No conversion kits available, Not dual certified

  • Electronic battery ignition (Requires 1 x C battery – included)
  • Top vent for natural convection heating
  • Easy to clean and maintain
  • Energy rating: 6 099 mj per year energy consumption
  • Natural gas

Product Details

Model Name
Bromic Supaheat II Room Heater (Natural Gas)
Model Number
COMP732-1
Colour
Grey Silver
Product Dimensions (mm)
W:620 H:530 L:280
Indoor Use
Yes
Outdoor Use
No
Heater Type
Natural Gas
Number of heat settings
3
Timer Included
No
Wheels
No

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