Dyna-Glo Delux 60K BTU LP Forced Air Heater RMC-FA60DGD

  • 30,000 – 60,000 BTUs
  • Heats up to 1,350 sq.ft.
  • Continuously Variable BTUs
  • Adjustable Heat Angle
  • Continuous Electronic Ignition – Prevents Dangerous Delayed Ignition
  • Overheat Auto-Shut-off Protection
  • Includes 10′ Hose & Regulator

SKU: RMC-FA60DGD Category:

The Dyna-Glo Delux 60,000 BTU LP Forced Air Heater rapidly turns up the heat, in areas when and where you need it. This Propane heater heats up to 1,350 square feet. It ignites with a continuous electronic ignition system, coupled with an Easy-Connect regulator and hose assembly makes supplying and starting your heater effortless.

When you need a quick and effective heating solution, whether you’re on a construction site, industrial workspace, agricultural building, outdoor sporting event or other ventilated space, look no further than a Dyna-Glo Delux 60k BTU LP Forced Air Heater. The variable heat setting adjusts from 30,000 to 60,000 BTU so you can get the ideal comfort and temperature setting.

Quality Construction

The entire unit is made of quality materials to ensure longevity and safety. The fully portable Dyna-Glo Deluxe Forced Air Heater is equipped with a construction grade handle and is built to industrial-grade specifications. The motor is a split capacitor motor that is securely mounted to a solid steel motor mount to ensure safe and sturdy operation. The heavy-duty brass burner comes with a lifetime warranty


Safety is ensured with the integrated overheat auto shut-off valve and is CSA certified.

This forced air heater features an adjustable heat angle for precise positioning. It has a runtime of 7 to 70 hours, depending on the propane tank sizes and BTU output selected.

Dyna-Glo RMC-FA60DGD Delux 30K - 60K BTU LP Forced Air Heater-adjustable


Adjust heat angle to your desired height

Dyna-Glo RMC-FA60DGD Delux 30K - 60K BTU LP Forced Air Heater

60,000BTU power

Variable heat setting from 30,000 to 60,000 BTUs. Heats up to 1,350 square feet

Dyna-Glo RMC-FA60DGD Delux 30K - 60K BTU LP Forced Air Heater-handle

Quality Construction and Portable

Fully Portable. Equipped with a construction grade handle

Dyna-Glo RMC-FA60DGD Delux 30K - 60K BTU LP Forced Air Heater-hose

Incuded hose and regulator

Equipped with a construction grade handle

Dyna-Glo Delux 60K BTU LP Forced Air Heater RMC-FA60DGD 1

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Weight13.77 lbs
Dimensions19.29 × 8.1 × 13.5 in

Fuel Type

Heating area (sq. ft.)

Questions and answers of the customers

  1. 0 votes
    A The hose included with the heater should fit most modern barbecue propane tanks. The connection that leads to the tank is a male POL propane fitting which should thread on the inside threads of the tank valve. There are adapters that can convert it to different standard connections. Another common connection is a Type 1/ACME propane fitting which threads on the outer threads of a typical propane tank, however that connection on the propane tank should also accept the POL propane fitting as described earlier with the exception that it threads on the inside threads on the tank. Older propane tanks may use a Shop 1/4" male QD quick-disconnect. There are adapters available that convert the POL fitting to the male quick disconnect. Other less common propane tanks could also use 1/4" or 3/8" NPT but this is usually found on the propane regulators. It could also use flare or inverted flare fittings, but these are normally a determinant connection. There are connectors for disposable propane cylinders but they shouldn't be used with this heater. Those tanks are small and they won't last long at all. However there are adapters available. There are lots of adapters online that can convert the connection to work with your tank.
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    Q After being plugged in, mine won't click/tick to ignite.
    Asked by Michael on December 15, 2020 5:45 pm
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    Q How loud is the blower? Can it be used in a tent? answer now
    Asked by Charles Goldberg on November 12, 2020 3:53 am
    A Like most torpedo forced air heaters, they are moderately loud but tolerable. At full blast, it sounds like a rocket engine and it can be hard to talk over when in close proximity to the heater. It isn't as loud when set to a lower temperature. It sounds like standing next to a gas furnace running in a house. Not super loud, but not easy to talk over either.
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    Q Can this unit be used with a portable thermosat answer now
    Asked by Bob N on November 27, 2019 5:41 am
    Answered by the admin

    This unit cannot be set up to work with an external thermostat. It has no way for this to work.-

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