CLEAN, SAFE, AND EFFICIENT DIESEL SPACE HEATERS

Technology good enough for the Canadian and U.S. Military!
 

Pioneer Trekker

Trekker portable diesel heater

4,000 BTU/h - 12,000 BTU/h

IN STOCK FOR IMMEDIATE SHIPPING

 

TO DATE 134 UNITS SOLD

   Pioneer Expedition

Expedition diesel heater

10,000 BTU/h - 30,000 BTU/h

IN STOCK FOR IMMEDIATE SHIPPING

Pioneer Prospector

Prospector arctic heater
20,000 BTU/h - 55,000 BTU/h

AVAILABLE FOR IMMEDIATE SHIPPING

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Made in Canada

 

 

 

     
 
 

Toyotomi LASER-30

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IN STOCK FOR IMMEDIATE SHIPPING


5,000 BTU/h - 15,000 BTU/h
(0.41 Liter/h) (0.108 gal/h) / High
Total weight 31lbs/14,1Kg

 Toyotomi OM-23 Oil Miser

Toyotomi OM-23, more information

IN STOCK FOR IMMEDIATE SHIPPING

8,000 BTU/h - 22,000 BTU/h(0.62 Liter/h) (0.165 gal/h) / HighTotal weight 38lbs/17,25Kg

 

 Toyotomi LASER-73 & 73A

Toyotomi l-73, more information
IN STOCK FOR            IMMEDIATE SHIPPING    

     15,000 BTU/h - 40,000 BTU/h(1.14 Liter/h) (0.301 gal/h) / HighTotal weight 88lbs/40Kg

Please add 150$ CDN for Laser 73A

 

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From the Yukon to Newfoundland the renowned Toyotomi sealed combustion, direct vent heating systems are the most fuel-efficient, energy saving, heating systems available. For more information visit: www.QualitySpaceHeaters.ca


For use in mining and exploration camps, construction sites, agricultural buildings, homes, cottages, workshops and garages, ice fishing shacks, tents, sheds, emergency shelters, hunting camps.

No electricity required
• Easy to light and operate
• No diesel smell or smoke
• Certified to CSA/UL standards
• 3 models from 4,000 to 55,000 BTU
• More economical and easier to use than wood or propane
• Heater supplier to the Canadian and U.S. Military for more than 10 years now.

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Diesel oil space heaters have great advantages over propane heaters. It is much safer, easier to transport, readily available and has a higher relative BTU output. Diesel fuel offers nearly 140,000 BTU per/gallon, compared to 91,000 BTU for propane. When compared to wood stoves, these diesel space heaters are far safer and much easier to use. Firstly, wood is bulky and needs a large amount of storage space. Wood must be properly prepared and dried to burn efficiently and this takes time and space. Wood fires also require attention, stoking and periodic adjustment for good results and safety.

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No Electricity required!

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Suits your heating requirements! - Whether you want a lightweight heater you can take camping, or you need a space heater that's going to pump out enough heat to keep your workshop, garage, barn or cottage toasty warm, we have a space heater that does the job.

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Safety! - Stainless-steel heat shield and a number of safety features including a patented non-flooding burner, adjustable fuel regulator with overheat protection, and a fuel shutoff valve, you can be confident that these tough-built heaters have been designed to keep you safe as well as warm. Certified to CSA and UL standards. 
 

TESTIMONIAL:

We operate a mineral exploration project/tent camp well north of the Arctic Circle. We use all three models of Pioneer heaters – the Prospector, Trekker, and the Expedition.. they perform excellent in ALL seasons, year after year. Thanks again for your great products!

- Larry Bliss, field operations, UNOR Exploration 2005-2011.

Easy, Safe, Efficient!

Technology good enough for the Canadian and U.S. Military:

These powerful heating units are used by the Canadian and U.S. Military due to their portability, efficiency, safety, and ease of use. If you've ever stood over a smoking fire and thought "there has to be a better way" - here is it! Ideal for camping and workshops and garages - no smoke, no smell, no electricity required - these space heaters are available in three different sizes to meet a variety of requirements. Certified to CSA and UL standards.

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Amount of Trekker heaters shipped:

133 units

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