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MARINE HEATERS LET BOATERS STRETCH THE SEASON

Published: Thursday, September 4, 2014
By: Martin Flory Group

 

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   Equipped with the right heater, boaters can enjoy every glorious day on the water, right up to the end of the season. Cabins and compartments stay comfortable even in chilly weather with Marine Coolant Heaters and Air Heaters from Webasto Thermo & Comfort North America, Inc.

            Offering the ultimate in vessel heating solutions, Webasto Marine Coolant Heaters provide potable onboard hot water for the galley and head. At the same time, they evenly distribute warm air throughout cabins, with each compartment having separate temperature control. These compact yet powerful coolant heaters deliver up to 120,000 Btu. Operation is both quiet and efficient, demanding little fuel and electrical power.

            Webasto Marine Air Heaters come with a powerful radial blower that rapidly delivers warm air throughout the vessel and a precise electronic temperature control to maintain consistent cabin conditions. Continuous output ensures the desired temperature is reached, while heat is evenly distributed. Exceedingly economical, these heaters provide output from 2 kW to 5.5 kW while running up to 20 hours on a single gallon of fuel. Webasto Air Heaters are available separately or as part of an all-inclusive DIY kit.

            Webasto heaters feature quiet operation and robust casings that resist high temperatures and harsh marine conditions. These space-saving marine heating units serve as an excellent counterpart to the company's BlueCool air conditioning systems. All products meet current boating safety requirements and standards.

            Webasto's Marine Coolant Heaters start at $4,000, while the Air Heaters start at $2,700 and include a full DIY kit and installation.

Contact Webasto Thermo & Comfort North America, Inc. 15083 North Rd., Fenton, MI 48430. 800-215-7010www.webasto-marine.com.


tags: Accessories, Appliances

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