|Item Weight||21.6 pounds|
|Package Dimensions||19.29 x 19.29 x 8.27 inches|
|Manufacturer Part Number||FT37|
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maXpeedingrods 5KW 12V Diesel Air Heater LCD Switch + Remote Control for Caravan Trucks Car Boat Trailer (1 Hole)
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- Applications: For Small Truck, Big Truck, Light Truck, Heavy Truck, Pickup, Van, Bus, Car, SUV, Boat, Caravan, Forklift, Electric Tricycle, Engineering Vehicle, Yacht, Various diesel mechanical vehicles such as cars, buses, RVs, trucks, engineering vehicles, etc.
- Heater Power: 5KW, Rated Voltage:12V, Fuel Gasoline: diesel only, Remote Control Effective Distance: 100 meters
- Note: This unit has only ONE hole
- Easy to install and remove, smooth, automatic room temperature control with temperature pre-set facility
- Diagnostic system, can be operated whilst on the move and can eliminate the window frost; Low fuel and power consumption, suitable for longer periods of operation
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|Fuel Gasoline||Diesel only|
|Air Conditioning Type||Heating|
|Heater Working Temperature||-40℃~+50℃|
|Oil pump Working Temperature||-40℃~+40℃|
|Material||Metal & Plastic|
|Remote Control Distance||30m|
|Outlet Inner Diameter||76mm|
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*Professional installation is recommended
1 x Parking Heater with ONE hole
1 x LCD switch
1 x Power Cable
1 x Remote Controller
1 x Air filter
1 x Mounting brackets
1 x Inlet air pipe (aluminium alloy)
1 x Exhaust pipe (stainless steel)
Universal for motorhomes, campervans, caravans, fifth-wheel trailers, popup campers and truck campers, Truck, Pickup, Van,Bus,Car,SUV, Boat, Forklift, Electric Tricycle, Engineering Vehicle, Yacht etc...
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I know you should run these heaters on very high and never run them very low. Normally to be honest we run our heater at about 1/3 up the list. It runs very loud right around 7 pm each night as the temp drops below 32 f and drops down near 0 or 1 f. I know the heater is running at full most days for hours at a time. The reason for the failure is because what they put in the diesel. number 2 diesel will start to jelly pretty quick around 40 f and as it gets colder it will be completely jelly up. Now I get my diesel from a gas station. Their winter mix has yet to jelly at all or even get thicker. I was suppress with this and not sure why not. After talking to the manager of the store and explain where they get there diesel. I did a whole tech trick and pull a cup of diesel into a foam cup. What should happen is nothing. It should be able to stay in that cup forever. After 15 minutes my foam cup turn into a liquid. For those don't know there only few ways for that to happen, one it has gasoline in the mix or they put something in the diesel that is destroy foam. Back to the manager, the supplier he using is not shell because they will not service his station so he has his own. Some cheap place that he gets it the diesel super cheap. Will I know why its cheap, likely he mixing gasoline into the diesel to prevent it from jellying. It is old famers trick.
Why that matters to me is, my fuel lines are plastic. After few months of running the heater I saw a fuel line break..reason fuel line is getting damage from the gas that supplier is putting in the diesel. I didn't know this until later. Now gas and diesel burn is really messy and the heater doesn't burn hot enough to clean it self out. doesnt matter what setting I put it into.
FYI it is a Shell gas station. BUT if you look close Shell doesn't make the diesel and they out source it. First lesson - the kit they give me will never work. The only way for me to get 100% number 2 diesel is go to supplier. I don't need that much diesel. While it runs 17 to 25 gallons per month keeps my house very warm.
Remove all plastic from your kit and throw it all away. Likely the supplier is mixing things into the winter mix to keep the diesel from Jelly up. Cars and trucks don't mind a little gas in the mix but the heater does in the long term.
Use a fuel filter built for gas. That will work for diesel fine. Use non plastic fuel line. Like rubber from heater and pump and metal or something else. Hardware and car stores has everything you need
Tank - get a metal one for racing! those works great!
Also get a kit a gasket kit for $20 if you want to clean it out after 3 months or 2nd heater to replace it. Cleaning the heater is a very messy thing. You will need a lot break cleaner and gloves. Don't use water.
Get extra fuel pump - gas as you can guess will damage that pump after 800-1000 hours (about 3 months)
After I moved to metal fuel lines, 2nd heater on standby when the heater fails I have another and few extra parts this thing is pretty cool.
O the fresh air form the bottom - this one will need be kind of close to the out. During startup on very cold days if the intake is close the heat source it will pull warm air back into the heater. Making starting this thing 100 times faster. I got a copper pipe later than the out pipe. Put it around it so when it burns, it will burn warm air and not cold. Makes the heater burn a lot less diesel and much faster start up times.
This unit has two air intakes one to blow warm air in the house and another to burn from. The burn side, you don't want any part of that. Make sure that is seal away from you. The one that blows heat needs to be 10 ft or more away from intake. If you do this you can heat RV 42 feet long with only one heater. -5 keeps the temp at 73 without a problem.
I hope this reviews helps folks. The setup and learning to use this heater has been long painful. But it really keeps the family warm all winter long. Most failures I can tell you are right away with these heaters. Like the gasket failed or pump bad..repair them or return. Return process sucks, they use some carry that doesn't exist around us. We had to pay for shipping and it was $70. After talking with them they gave us $20 of the $70. Fixing them is cheaper then returns. As the gasket kit is $20 and fuel pump is $30. unless it is a major failure, next fail unit I am going to rebuilt it.
By HotINAZ on January 21, 2021
I "think" it's because of the overly sensitive voltage requirements. The really bad directions indicate it works between 11.5 and 12.5 volts. My trailer battery runs at about 13 volts, so the system never turns on. I'm still working on installing a DC-DC converter to drop the voltage to 12.0 volts, with enough amperage capability to get it to work. Very frustrating.
And the directions SUCK!! I had to make a cheat sheet from watching hours of videos from people that have figured out how to make this thing work. After almost 2 months of ordering parts and try different tests, it's still not working in my trailer as intended. But I know under perfect conditions, I have been able to make it work.
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Easy system and many install videos available on Youtube. Starts from the bed with the remote :)
Reviewed in Spain on November 5, 2020