Rockingham PCYC, through their Weld to Life program, are now offering for sale these unique Dragon Patio Heaters.
The Weld to Life Program, jointly funded and delivered by The Department of Education, WA PCYC and South Metropolitan TAFE, is an intervention program focusing on young people who have committed an offence or are at risk of offending, or disengaged from mainstream education. The program provides strategies that help young people make positive changes in their lives and improve chances of having a successful future.
Participants graduate with a Certificate I in Metals and Engineering, Certificate I in Wider Opportunities for Work, and most importantly, life skills and mentoring to help them change their lives and transition into successful careers.
By supporting Rockingham PCYC through your purchase of one of these fantastic Dragon Patio Heaters, not only will you be the proud owner of a very unique product but you’ll be supporting the continued delivery of a valuable diversionary program.
Our Dragon Patio Heaters utilise “rocket stove” design principals
which provide a very energy efficient and clean burning method.
Currently we have one wood burning design:
Height: 1700 mm
Diameter of Base: 750 mm
Materials: 2 mm mild steel for body. 10 mm mild steel rod for fire grate
Weight: Approximately 50 Kg
Place an Order
Price $1,865.00 (incl. GST)
Ordering is easy. Simply fill out the form below and Rockingham PCYC will be in touch
to arrange a $250.00 non-refundable deposit payment and to discuss any delivery costs or pick up appointments.
Note – waiting lists may apply but we can discuss that at the time of ordering.
Should we not be able to fulfil your order within 2 months, we will refund your deposit.
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