Propane heat in a tent.

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Old 11-01-02, 12:08 PM
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Propane heat in a tent.

Hello All,

A few buddies and I have made a tent for our annual hunting trip we take the opening weekend of shotgun season every year. The tent is like an outfitters style tent; no floor just sides and a roof. We use a propane heater to heat and when we do it creates condensation inside the tent. Is there any way to stop the condensation? We really don't want to use wood because of the smell and propane is just more convenient. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

P.S. There is no electricity where we are at either. The tent size is 16' x 25'.
 
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Old 11-01-02, 01:29 PM
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Propane will cause moisture when operating. It's using air to burn gas, and releasing "smoke" for a lack of better words. I'm not sure how safe this is, but unless you vent it outside there is not much you can do.
 
 

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