U.S. G.I. H-45 Radiant Large Space Heater


U.S. G.I. H-45 Radiant Large Space Heater

Categories: Military Tents
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Price $149.95
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  • 5 Star Customer Service
  • Family Owned and Operated
Rated at 45,000 BTU’s. Stove operates without electrical power. Measures approximately 18” diameter x 24” high. Originally these stoves were manufactured to run on JP-5 fuel, JP-8 fuel, Gasoline and Diesel Fuel. The stove it’s self consists of the heater base and top shell and 6 pieces of 24” stovepipe, stack cap assembly, flow burner assembly, flow control hose assembly, fuel flow control and adapter kit, burner cap assembly, burner reaming tool. Also included is a Stoves surfaces get extremely hot. Please read manual carefully before using. All stoves are in an unused condition. They are being sold “as is”, unused with minor surface rust. Fuel can stand sold separately (item #514101).
We cannot accept this item for return once it has had fuel ran through the lines or the unit itself. Warning- proper ventilation required. MADE IN THE U.S.A.

Solid fuel conversion kits are sold separately here: CMS Item# 518601
Prop 65 Ca Residents Only
WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
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Can I use wood without the conversion kit?

Here is what I had to do to make it a wood burner, if you bought the liquid space heater you will need to take the liquid burning center out of the unit, it has a liquid fuel line that will burn up if you try to burn wood. I spent 20 years in army using these. We burned liquid most of the time but beware the carbs that handle the fuel will stick wide open and burn your tent down. What I did was popped the riviets that hold the liquid burn unit from the center ring, you need the ring to connect both halfs of the heater body. I bought fire bricks and found an old gas grill grate to place in the bottom. this allows extra depth to handle wood that can fit thru the top plate. I recommend you go to amazon and purchase a 4in flapper to insert into the exhaust pipe so you have a way to slow down the burn. look on youtube for a video how to make this heater even better, sorry I don't remember the exact video but he uses sealant and asbestos seals to make the heater more controlable. Hope this helps, if your getting a new one never fired up, it will be covered in cosmolene to keep rust at bay. Fire up the stove and make sure it has plenty of ventilation as the cosmolene will smoke until it's all burned off. Happy Camping

I have GP small tent that I want to use the H45 heater in. I think the GP tents have a 4” stove jack. Is the pipe with this stove 4”? Also what’s the best source for a jerry can and stand suitable for this stove. I’m finding it consuming as to what cans come equipped with the correct cap to fit the fuel line.

I have only inspected it. I have not used it. I do believe I am missing the spark arrester (????) goes between the 3rd and 4th stove pipe.

Has any one used it out in the field? What were the results?

We have not tested these at our facility, however we do have many satisfied customers.