Hot Dawg Power Vented (HD)

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Modine’s Hot Dawg is widely recognized as the industry’s most popular residentially-certified gas-fired unit heater, with six sizes available from 30,000 – 125,000 BTUs. It is an ideal solution for residential garages and workshops, along with light commercial or industrial applications. The Special Edition trim kits are now available in three different style options. These kits fit new or existing Hot Dawg unit from 30,000 – 75,000 BTUs. Choose from:
-Huntin’ Dawg – perfect for sportsmen & hunters
-Diamond Dawg – a great compliment to any car or motorcycle enthusiasts garage
-Carbon Fiber – spruce up your standard Hot Dawg with this exciting option

Use your workspace – comfortably – year-round
Only Modine offers numerous colors and appearance kits, letting you heat your space in style
Free up more workspace by getting rid of space heaters that clutter up the area
Quieter garage with the Hot Dawg thanks to noise levels less than other units (see brochure for specs)
Units work with propane or natural gas and conversion kits are available too in case you change heating sources
Trouble-free motor dependability
Simplified side-wall or roof venting with small-diameter vent pipes

Product Type: Garage Heater
Model: Hot Dawg HD
Rating: 30,000 – 125,000 BTU
TYPE: Power Vented



Hush-puppy quiet operation
Right or left hand controls available on 30-75 units by rotating unit 180 degrees
10 year warranty on heat exchanger
Lightweight, easy installation 1″ from ceiling
Operates with natural or propane gas
Power vented model simplifies side-wall or roof venting with small-diameter vent pipe
Finger-proof fan guards on all units
Permanently lubricated motor
Certified for residential, commercial and industrial use
Made in the USA
Comes in standard grey/green or optional black Special Edition
Three appearance kits available – Huntin’ Dawg, Diamond Dawg, Carbon Fiber
Other models available include blower model (HDB), separated combustion (HDS) and separated combustion with blower (HSB)