Catalytic vs newer Radiant heaters - Page 2 - Fiberglass RV

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Old 03-26-2016, 05:47 PM   #15
Name: George
Trailer: 1997 16' Scamp
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I suggest you do a little research on catalytic Heaters. They are flame less and produce much less carbon monoxide and are safe with adequate ventilation. With the Coleman black Cat it is 6 sq inches at 5,000 BTU output. We were comfortable using the catalytic heater while awake and the stored heat without the heater made us comfortable during the night with good sleeping bags. We've camped maybe 150 days over 3 years and used the catalytic heater 6 - 8 days. It has safely served it's purpose.

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