The Generac iQ2000 is a super quiet generator with some great features. Whether you are looking for a portable generator to use as a backup power source during an electrical outage or for recreational outdoor uses like camping and tailgating, this generac inverter may be the right choice for you. In this review, we will highlight the main features of the Generac iQ2000. We’ll consider performance, ease of use and maintenance considerations. Furthermore, we will compare this generator with two of the most popular inverter generators on the market, the Honda EU2000i and the Yamaha EF2000iS.
You may be looking for a portable generator for a number of reasons. Perhaps you want a small backup power source in case of an emergency either at home or on the road – many portable generators are compact and easy to transport in your car. Maybe you need a quiet portable generator to power lights and audio equipment for an outdoor party or on a camping trip. With so many choices of generators, a wide range of prices and different applications how do you find the right one? The Honda EU2000i is arguably the best 2000 watt generator on the market and may be what you’re looking for.
The Dura Heat Indoor DH2304 Convection Kerosene Heater is one of the most popular indoor kerosene heaters on the market. It is comparable in its features to the Dyna-Glo RMC-95C6. It can generate 23,000 BTUs and heat a room up to 1,000 square feet. One owner wanted to turn his small garage of 234 square feet into a workshop during winter. Using the Dura Heat DR2304, the temperature increased from 15 degrees F to 40 degrees in a half hour – almost 1 degree per minute. Furthermore, because it does not require electricity to operate, this heater is ideal for emergency use during a power outage.
The Dyna-Glo RMC-95C6 Indoor Kerosene Convection Heater is maybe the best indoor space heater I have come across. With an energy output of 23,000 BTUs, it can heat a space of up to 1,000 square feet in a very short time. It does not need electricity to operate making it an excellent source of emergency heat.
There are many advantages to using this heater. Of course, there are also some disadvantages, which we will discuss in this review. If you are already familiar with the Dyna-Glo brand or with this heater in particular, you can go to Amazon to find the latest price and discounts. If you continue reading, you will find some beneficial information about convection heaters in general and this heater in particular. As a result, you will have more information to help guide your buying decisions.
The Sengoku CV-23K KeroHeat Convection Heater is small kerosene space heater that can produce 23,500 BTUs, enough energy to heat a room of 900 square feet! Since it does not run on electricity, it is an excellent emergency heat source with many benefits for everyday use.
Convection kerosene heaters are very good for heating large spaces, as opposed to radiant heaters, which are more ideal for smaller spaces or spaces where warm air easily escapses likes poorly insulated rooms. For example, the Sengoku CV-23K produces more than twice as much heat as the Sengoku CTN-110 radiant heater and can heat a space more than twice the size.
The Dyna-Glo RMC-55R7B is a highly rated indoor portable kerosene heater and with good reason. It is affordable, efficient, easy to use and can put out a lot of heat!
Kerosene heaters have been used safely to heat homes for well over a century. Modern heaters are often used for emergency heat during a power outage or to supplement an existing central heating system. The Dyna-Glo RMC-55R7B is a great small kerosene heater that can be used for both of these purposes. It can be used to heat a home, a garage, a basement or even a closed in porch. If you are already familiar with this heater, you may want to check Amazon for the latest price and any available discounts. Otherwise, keep reading for details on this popular indoor kerosene heater. Continue reading
The Sengoku CTN-110 KeroHeat 10,000-BTU Portable Radiant Kerosene Heater is a great emergency source of heat during those unpredictable winter months. I have been through many an ice storm and lost power in my home for several cold days at a time. The Sengoku CTN-110 not only offers an emergency backup for heat, but it can also be used daily as a supplement to your central heating system, maybe to heat one of the cold rooms in your house and potentially save you money on your heating bills.
An essential need in a cool climate during an emergency power outage is a safe heating source. There are many options for this, but one of the safest and most affordable is a kerosene portable heater. Kerosene heaters have been tried and tested for a long time!
Kerosene can be stored in large quantities and lasts a very long time, making you self-sufficient for your heating needs during the emergency. Furthermore, kerosene space heaters have been proven to be quite safe after over a century of use and have other desirable attributes. A good kerosene heater, for example, produces very little, if any, odor once it’s broken in. Furthermore, it will burn cleanly and with up to 99% efficiency; a gallon of kerosene will go a long way!
So many people have benefited from kerosene heaters in their homes. Kerosene burns clean and efficiently and contains a tremendous amount of energy. Many portable kerosene heaters have been used to provide needed heat during emergency power outages and for cooler parts of the home and worksites. Kerosene heaters are clearly beneficial, and they are also safe for indoor use IF kept in good working order and operated with common sense. In this article, we’ll offer some tips and precautions for safe use of Kerosne heaters.
With the emergence of LED technology, flashlights have changed quite a bit. They are smaller, brighter and more energy efficient. Many new models are so compact that they fit in your pocket, while still providing a powerful portable light source, the main reason most people use them. The tactical LED flashlights discussed here do indeed meet this purpose but also offer much more than the typical flashlight you keep at home. Continue reading