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Old 11-20-2007, 09:55 PM
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I think you heater should be close to the ground.

Heat rises.

Then you need a ceiling fan to circulate the heated & cold air

as far as painting in the dead cold .get it warm check it with a laser infrared thermometer & make sure that your intake air is pre heated.

do not leave any thing that can generate a spark on.

Those oil filled radiator heaters work real good at making radiant heat.

Do some experimenting before you go for the "money shot"



Good luck



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