A. The heater must not be mounted vertically on its nose or end or upside down but on one of its sides is not a problem. Remember when mounting the unit you should ensure you can still maintain access to the electronics cover and gas connections
A. Most installations are mounted in a bedbox or locker. External installation is not recommended unless using the appropriate mounting box. However the HS2211 is designed to be fitted externally.
A. There is very little burner noise from the heater itself. However, there will be some noise from the blown hot air similar to that of a small domestic fan heater.
A. Yes, a vehicle in motion flue terminal is available and the heater should be installed and operated in compliance with the relevant regulatory requirements. Use of the the correct VIM bracket ensure compliance with the vehicle in motion test regime.
A. Total combined length must not exceed 4 meters and the inlet pipe should be slightly longer than the exhaust to balance the burner.
A. The maximum recommended is 3, providing the total combined length of ducting is no longer than 5 metres and the maximum length to the first outlet should not exceed 1.5m.
A. 1.6amps on 12v
A. Yes providing they are supplied with a suitable fitting kit. A marine fitting kit uses high grade APK hot air ducting, longer lengths of exhaust and combustion inlet pipes to ensure proper swan necks can be introduced into the pipe run and an approved hull skin fitting that has been tested and approved for use with the heater. The supplied Stainless Steel Bulkhead mounting bracket makes mounting the unit quicker and neater.
A. From as little as £496 for a Heatsource 2000 complete with a single outlet vehicle fitting kit and thermostat.