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The XT-150 Waste Oil Heater is our smallest unit pushing out up to 150,000 BTU's an hour. It features a fine grained galvanized (rust-resistant) cabinet to protect it in most shop environments, a high-performance XT series burner that burns more efficient than any other burners to date, an internal fan to reduce excess noise in your shop, and adjustable locking louvers to direct air flow. All our units are UL listed so you can be assured that safety is a high priority with all Lanair products.
The XT Series heaters by Lanair are our most advanced units to date. We combine the latest burner technology with the latest lean manufacturing efficiencies to produce a quality, reliable heater at the lowest price in the industry.
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|Heat Range (BTUH)*||150,000|
|Fuel Input (GPH)||1.07|
Waste oil (used crankcase oil up to 50 wt), used synthetic oil, used #1 and #2 fuel oil, used C.C. synthetic ATF #1 and #2, used automatic transmission fluid
|Heating Area (sq. ft)**||3,500|
|Power Supply (AC)||120 V.6OHz 20 Amps|
|Cabinet Dimensions (H-W-D)||24" x 40.25" x 48"|
|Hanging weight (lbs.)||413|
|Axial Fan (CFM)||2,600|
|Chimney Pipe***||6" Class A|
|Compressed Air****||2 CFM - 12 - 15 PSI|
|Combustion Chamber||12 Gauge CRS|
|Chimney Location||Top and Left Side|
*BTUH value varies with fuel type
**The suggested heating area is based on building with minimal heat loss due to open door, construction, materials, windows, insulation, etc...
*** Chimney package is optional
****Customer supplied. Source must be capable of producing 2.0 CFM @ 60 PSI.
† Stay away from gear lubes, they do not burn and will cause additional maintenance for your waste oil heater.
Hazardous waste is illegal to burn in a waste oil heater.
The EPA of the USA does not allow the burning of Brake fluid, and it is illegal to burn in a waste oil heater.
There is no UL safety standard for the burning of Used Cooking Oil (vegetable oil) at this time. It should not be burned.
Note: International customers should check their local regulations, as ‘what you can legally burn’ may change.