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HD45 Hot Dawg Natural Gas Power Vented Heater (45,000 BTU)

SKU:HD45AS0111

Brand: Modine

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Specs

Type: Unit Heater
Stages:
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1
Fuel Type: Natural Gas
BTU Output: 36000
BTU Input: 45000
Horse Power:
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1/15
Entering Airflow (CFM) @ 70°F: 720
Air Temp. Rise (°F): 46°F
Max Mounting Height (ft): 10 feet

Description for Modine HD45AS0111

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Overview:

  • Tubular Power Vented Propeller
  • 45,000 BTU/hr input
  • Application: 2 to 2-1/2 Car Garage
  • Heat Exchanger: Aluminum
  • Direct Spark Ignition
  • 115V, 60 hertz, single phase
  • Single Stage, Natural Gas
  • Hush-puppy quiet operation (see table)
  • Right or left hand controls available on all 30-75 units. Gas, electrical and flue connections can be changed by simply flipping the Hot Dawg over
  • Lightweight, easily installs 1" from ceiling with only two angle brackets (included on sizes 30-75, accessory for 100, 125)
  • Full 10-year warranty on heat exchanger
  • Standard power exhaust simplifies side-wall or roof venting with small-diameter vent pipe
  • Permanently-lubricated motor for trouble-free dependability
  • single stage, direct spark ignition, 100% shut-off with continuous retry
  • Low-profile design and neutral color to blend in with decor
  • Also available with a blower (model HDB).

HD45 Hot Dawg Natural Gas Power Vented Heater (45,000 BTU)

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5.0

Great Heater

By Dave

from Cedar Falls Ia

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Comments about HD45 Hot Dawg Natural Gas Power Vented Heater (45,000 BTU):

very well documented for installation.

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5.0

BEST EVER HEATER

By nicksgallery

from Evergreen CO

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Comments about HD45 Hot Dawg Natural Gas Power Vented Heater (45,000 BTU):

My garage is not only heated (I could sleep in it and it is -4 degrees right now) but I can open the door to the lower level of my house and it heats 2 rooms. Would love this to be in the upstairs of the house!

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5.0

Nice unit

By Car Guy

from Medina Ohio

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Comments about HD45 Hot Dawg Natural Gas Power Vented Heater (45,000 BTU):

Compact and quiet.

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  • HD45 Hot Dawg Natural Gas Power Vented Heater (45,000 BTU)

    Q:

    What is the overall efficiency of these units and how much propane do they burn an hour?
    Asked on 11/7/2015 by B from VA

    1 answer

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      A:

      Modine lists them at >80% efficiency. The HD45 would burn 45000BTUs if it ran for an hour straight, or around 1/2 gallon.

      Answered on 3/31/2016 by SupplyHouse Staff from NY
  • HD45 Hot Dawg Natural Gas Power Vented Heater (45,000 BTU)

    Q:

    Is this unit convertible to propane? Do you sell the parts needed if any?
    Asked on 8/17/2015 by mbetti from Iron Mountain, MI

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      A:

      This unit is convertible. The conversion kit is part 53079.

      Answered on 1/19/2016 by SupplyHouse Staff from NY
  • HD45 Hot Dawg Natural Gas Power Vented Heater (45,000 BTU)

    Q:

    This pulls air just from inside?
    Asked on 11/23/2014 by Kevin from Utica,Illinois

    2 answers

    • A:

      Yes this model pulls the air from inside the same enclosure (Living space) the unit is located in. Power vent exhaust burned gas to the outside.

      Answered on 7/13/2015 by Gerald2003r from Wauconda, IL
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      A:

      Yes, Combustion air must have access to the space through a minimum of two permanent openings in the enclosure, at least one near the bottom. They should provide a free area of one square inch per 1,000 BTU/Hr input rating of the unit with a minimum of 100 square inches for each opening, whichever is greater.

      Answered on 11/25/2014 by SupplyHouse Staff from NY
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