"ProCom Base for Vent Free Heaters, Model# PF09B"
Base for vent free heaters
I purchased two pair for the two heaters I purchased, and they fit perfectly. I did not want holes put in the walls, so am using the feet for the heaters.
September 5, 2014
Good way to stand heater up.
I needed to move my heater in the basement, so rather than drilling new holes and remounting, I bought these feet. I had to install a new gas pipe elbow so that I could connect the gas hose while standing on the feet.
The plastic is cheap, I cracked one of the feet when I dropped it, but super glue worked great on it.
February 4, 2014
Poor customer service
I would not recommend this product due to the very poor customer service experience ProCom has provided.
I purchased the MD300TBA to be floor mounted. I reviewed the PDF version of the product manual before purchasing. When it arrived the manual that I reviewed online is the same that is included showing the included bases.
Unfortunately they are not included with this specific model. I called ProCom to order the required bases. I asked if they would be mailed free of charge and they said no. I was transferred to a dept that could accept my order. Then I was told that the billing dept would call me to process my payment. I missed their call while at work. I called back repeatedly waiting on hold for long periods of time without resolution. I finally reached somebody who told me I would have to call again tomorrow. I asked if there was any way to pay today and she said no and they would call me back. I was also informed that my part would not ship until it was paid (understandable). Then I was informed that the part that I ordered would also not ship due to being back ordered and referred back to northern tool to buy the feet online. AAAARRRRRGGGGG!!!
Very abrupt and careless customer service. I will not purchase another product from them and if I had the time to install a different product right now I would.
January 7, 2014
Also fit Item 177217
I found out these also fit my ProCom Dual Fuel Vent-Free Blue Flame Garage Heater — 30,000 BTU, Model# MD300TGA
January 24, 2013
worked great just hand tighten screws .My power screwdriver stripped one hole.They look great and really stabilize the stove well.
August 21, 2012
ProCom Base for Vent Free Heaters, Model# PF09B
Early morning equipment fixing and loading on your haulers. My work shop/barn has a bit of a chill!
Fire this Pro Com up and move it close to tha job & I can take my bulky gloves off for that fine adjusting! As that Infra Red warms the objects I touch, just like the sun!
I have my Pro Com on a stand that can go anywhere & a 100 gal propane bottle on a hand truck with a 25' rubber hose, On a cold day I leave it on low & when I return that night everything inside is warm to the touch.
Except for that Beer that I so justly deserve!
I feel good about a job well done!
Salute To The American Troops & Working Men!
October 10, 2011
The heater is good. the legs are cheap. I use it as a portable shop heater. If it were mounted permanatly it would work great. I don't have the room to do so that is why I got the feet.
March 14, 2011
Pro Com base for vent frr heaters.
I bought the base but could not use it because my gas pipe plumbing took up to much room. I had to hang the heater six inches above the cement floor to accomodate a previous installation. I built a shield from plywood to hide the plumbing and painted it the same color as the heater.
November 17, 2010
These are nice to have.
If you plan on moving your heater around the shop or garage a lot then you will need these legs. They are easy to install and keep it from tipping over. I highly recommend getting a pair just in case.
March 16, 2009
Profile too low for connection
Working with propane connections can be difficult, requiring multiple adapters. In my instance, the connections extend further than the height/clearance of these base feet. I have to prop up on cement blocks to provide clearance.
The installation scenario for me is temporary emergency heat during a power outage. The feet are relatively easy to install and are sturdy. Just don't provide enough clearance.
December 19, 2008