is there battery powered heaters?

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  • is there battery powered heaters?


Answer #1 | 29/12 2013 22:32
As far as I know, no. Batteries do not have the amperage or voltage to run a heater. I've never seen one or heard of one. You could try chemical packs, usually sold as foot warmers. They're not great, but a few strategically placed ones in your pockets or under the blanket might help. There are also camping heaters that run of propane or kerosene. DO NOT USE PROPANE HEATERS WITHOUT ADEQUATE VENTILATION Kerosene heaters can produce low levels of carbon monoxide,(which will suffocate you slowly in your sleep) so use with care and good ventilation.
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Answer #2 | 29/12 2013 22:58
DOUG THANK YOU FOR YOUR REQUIRED WARNINGS IN YOUR ANSWER . YOU SHOULD GET SHOULD GET A JOB WRITING THOSE LITTLE WARNING TAGS THAT ARE ATTACHED TO VIRTUALLY EVERYTHING YOU BUY.. , HAHAHA , JUST KIDDING ! But the answer is ,no . There are no battery powered heaters for your use . Batteries just do not store enough energy to run heaters. You will not find one. What most people do is if they are worried about losing elec power, is to buy a gasoline powered generator . That would give you enough power for a small heater and a lamp for light . You would need buy at least 5000 watt generator , that is a small one. 10,000 watts would be better . But they use a lot of gasoline . so you would need to store 30 or 40 gallons of gasoline also to use . But a kerosene heater would be better for your use . they also produce some light . Google " kerosene heaters for indoor use " Yes , they do come with instructions on how to use them safely . I used to use one on my boat for heat when i would anchor out and had no power . You should also get a " Kerosene lamp " so you will have some light. They also produce heat when you use them. and they are better than candles. Then you will be ready if you ever lose your power and need to stay warm.
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Answer #3 | 30/12 2013 11:14
Yes, but they're little bitty things - handwarmers. It's not practically possible to obtain the much greater heat needed to heat a room, let alone a house, from batteries. For this larger need, have to go larger, whether with a wood-burner or a heater using fuel, like propane or kerosene - and without an electric blower. Sorry, but that's the truth. (Not waiting for my thumbs down - I'm outa here.)
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