A link to the owner's manual for the Dyna-Go kerosene heater models RMC-95C6 and RMC- 95C6B is available at AllPartsInc.com. The company offers a PDF that opens the full manual.
These kerosene heaters are intended to be used on a temporary basis indoors. The 11-page owner's manual provides information for the correct use of the products. The first section contains a safety guide with several warnings for avoiding dangerous situations. Next is a labeled illustration indicating the parts of the heating unit. The rest of the manual contains instructions and drawings that show consumers how to unpack, set-up and use the product. Specific sections describe procedures such as igniting the system and adjusting and changing the wick.Learn More
Kerosene and diesel are made up of long, flammable hydrocarbon molecules derived from crude oil, which is also known as petroleum. Kerosene is made up of a mixture of carbon chains with between six and 16 carbon atoms per chain. Diesel fuels are heavier, with anywhere from eight to 21 carbon atoms per chain. Both are liquid at room temperature, but diesel fuel has a higher boiling point.Full Answer >
While there are a number of places in most cities that sell kerosene, the most reliable is often a chain hardware store. However, people can look out for kerosene pumps at local gas stations too, as these can be more convenient and allow customers to purchase as much or as little as they need.Full Answer >
As of Aug. 19, 2014, the price for 1,000 liters of kerosene in Ireland ranges from 800 to 840 Euros. The petroleum product market, however, is a volatile market and is subject to significant fluctuations in price.Full Answer >
Kerosene fuel can be purchased at hardware stores, Home Depot, Lowes and gas stations in most rural areas, according to John J. Squires of St. Paul Mercantile. Kerosene is usually sold in 1- or 2-gallon containers.Full Answer >