The Campingaz CR5000 LPG catalytic mobile cabinet heater package is ideal for use in shops, offices, hospitals and schools as it has no naked flames apart from the pilot as the design of the front panel keeps the burners safely out of reach. It also saves you money as it comes complete with a 15kg Calor refill (and also the cylinder if required) saving you up-to a massive £53.49! It can be moved from room to room, spreading warmth around your home. It is designed to take our Calor Gas 15kg butane cylinder but can also take any other butane cylinder up to 15kg so covering all the market alternatives. It comes complete with hose and the industry standard 21mm butane clip-on type of regulator (60727) which is suitable for the vast majority of butane cylinders from all the leading manufacturers.
With its compact design the Campingaz CR5000 is suitable for most areas in the home, office, shops and hospitals and with a maximum heat output of 3kW it quickly warms up even the largest of rooms.
This package comes complete with a 15kg Calor Gas refill (and also the cylinder if required).
If you require any assistance or advice, please call our sales team on 0845 873 46 50 or 01903 700 778 (from mobiles).
Automatic pilot-light ODS (oxygen depletion system) cut off system.
Easy push button piezo instant ignition.
Four rotary castor wheels for easy mobility.
High performance catalytic safe flameless technology.
Running time on a 15kg cylinder up to 128 hours (approximate).
Three heat settings with a maximum heat output of 3kW 10,236BTU per hour (approximate).
Other useful information.
Height: 800mm (approximate).
Width: 450mm (approximate).
Depth: 350mm (approximate).
Regulator Type: Butane 21mm clip-on, normally blue or grey but can differ*.
Weight: 13kg (approximate).
Calor Gas Emergency Number: 0845 7 444 999.
Material Safety Data Sheet:Calor Butane MSDS.pdf
Cylinder Storage Information: Calor Cylinder Storage.pdf
Risk Assessment Information: Calor LPG Risk Assessment.pdf
Manual Handling Information: Calor Cylinder Manual Handling.pdf