Outdoor propane heaters – Stainless steel propane heaters outdoor use radiant heat to keep warm gardens and courtyards when the outside temperature is cold. It is important to use propane heaters garden outdoors only in a well ventilated area, since the heater produces small amounts of carbon monoxide, which could be dangerous in enclosed spaces or indoors. Be careful around the outdoor propane heaters to avoid overturning the unit and cause burns or other injuries. There are some other basic instructions to convert correctly and use a propane heater outdoors. Lift the cylinder cover of the base and set it aside. Turn on the cylinder valve.
Press and turn the knob control panel faceplate to “pilot.” Continue pushing the knob for three minutes, forcing the excess air from the gas line and the gas flow to the pilot starts. Continue pushing the control knob with one hand and press the red button with the other hand. This pilot light will come on. Hold down the control button for 30 seconds to allow the thermocouple to heat. Close the lid sliding hole at the base of the heater head and lower the cylinder cover on the base unit. Press and turn the control knob to “on” to set the heating to maximum thermal performance.
Turn the control knob to “pilot” to turn off the main burner, but keep the pilot light on Turn the control knob to “off” when you are finished using the propane heater. Do not try to relight or heat the unit for at least five minutes after turning off the unit. Do not move or store outdoor propane heaters for at least 45 minutes after use to allow the unit to cool. Check the burner tubes and control compartment regularly to ensure nests or fabrics that small insects or spiders have not created which can obstruct the flow of gas and cause a fire retrospective. This can cause serious injury and damage the heater.