Question about Rinnai Desa Vent-Free Infrared Gas Heater: Vent-Free Infrared Gas Heater(18,000 BTU)
My husband just bought a pro buddy kerosene space heater @ 175,000 BTU and keeps getting carbon monoxide poisoning. This is for his garage which is large enough to fit a tractor trailer in. The garage is not insulated and is one of the "tent", "greenhouse" types of garages. Is there any way to vent these types of heaters?
The problem is that it is burning up all the oxygen in the room. That is what makes the CO level high. He needs to either leave a door, or something open, and possible even a little fan to keep the Oxygen that is IN the room mixed. I figure he is working low, and there is not much air moving around him.
Get fresh air INto the room and the CO will not be a bother.
Posted on Dec 23, 2008
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