Emergency Heating & Lighting


This is a Home Emergency Standby Kit for Cooking, Heating, Lighting, and Propane needs.

Kit includes the following Items
  • 1-15,000 B.T.U. Indoor Approved Heater
  • 15' Hose With Pressure Regulator
  • 2-9.5 Gallon Propane Tanks
  • 19-Gallons of Propane
  • 1-Gas Lantern 100 Watts (Mighty Lite)
  • 2-Packages Extra Mantle's (4)
  • 1-Butane GasMatch

Optional 2 Burner Stove 70,000 B.T.U. With the Above Items

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Emergency System for Heating, Lighting & Cooking

Heating for a 20X20 Room

  1. 15,000 To 18,000 B.T.U. Heater
    This heater must be A.G.A. certified for indoor use.  These units are equipped with an oxygen depletion sensor.  This is a vent free heater and can be wall mounted or used with a floor stand.  Always follow manufacturer's instructions.  These are approved for use in Utah!!
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Lighting

  1. A single our double mantle lantern.
    Doubles are equal to 175 Watts.  The single "Mini-Lite" is equal to 100 Watts.  Estimated usage is maximum 15,000 B.T.U.'s. 
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  2. Keep approximately 12 packages of extra mantle's on hand.

Cooking

  1. A large 2 burner or 3 burner stove is recommended.
    Should be able to accommodate a dutch oven or 30 Qt. pot to heat water.  Estimated consumption with two burners on high is 30 to 50,000 B.T.U.'s
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  2. Portable barbecue with cast aluminum shell (not tin).
    Estimated consumption is 12,000 B.T.U.'s
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Propane

  1. Keep approximately 12 disposable tanks on hand.
    These will be used to power your lantern & barbecue if needed.
  2. We recommend either the 7 gallon or 9.5 gallon tanks.
    Maximum recommended quantity should not exceed 8 tanks.  These tanks should be stored in an outside storage building.  Never store or use a propane tank inside a dwelling occupied by people.
  3. A 7 gallon tank will give you 640,000 B.T.U.'s of energy.  A 9.5 gallon tank will give you 869,000 B.T.U.'s of energy.  Using the above items, you can figure approximately 4-6 days storage per 9.5 gallon tank.
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