That's much larger than anything I've had occasion to deal with, but the first thing that comes to mind is that perhaps you have an undersized supply line. This manual for a similar model suggests exactly that for such a symptom.
Yep. Here is a picture of the tank farm required to supply the required volume. It's not something you want to run 24/7. But it is the only thing I have found that will heat a building up to spec for painting, VCT, etc in the kind of weather that we have been having in our area lately. Project managers hate to see it show up on the job and the propane bills start rolling in.lol dam that things a beast. That must use some serious amount of fuel.
I never ran it outdoors I have always used it in school construction, where you have long corridors to place it in, and heat a wing at at time. You can't set it up in a classroom, it will melt the enamel off the marker boards!I have an old Redline 97,000 btu kerosene job that will run me out of an enclosed area. I can't imagine what that thing would be like to be around. I can see where it would be handy outside if it blows hard enough though. How hard will the fan blow, before you start to lose the heat outdoors?
LOL. No telling what Tim would do if he got his hands on it, probably burn the building down.Holy crap! That thing was designed in a Tim Taylor wet dream.
They are in the ON position :laughing:Never dealt with anything that large but
the regulator is good, the supply line is good. What about the valves?
Holy crap! That thing was designed in a Tim Taylor wet dream.
You answered your own question, kind of.LOL. No telling what Tim would do if he got his hands on it, probably burn the building down.
The same company actually make one that is 2,2500,000 BTU, 750,000 bigger than this one.