Antarctic Configuration

1.553,26

The Antarctic Floor Mounted Diesel Heater is ideal for medium size vessels. Size of this heater produces greater heat output than the smaller heaters although fuel consumption is the same. This model is round in design and has a large viewing window.

With this configuration, you can order the Antarctic Diesel Heater with the essential and recommended parts. You can make your own selection and add it to your shopping cart with one click.

This item: Antarctic Configuration
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1.553,26
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176,19
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79,59
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1 × Low Pressure Fuel Pumps
Model
126,97154,28
79,69
17,05
1 × Stainless Steel Fuel Tank
Size
338,99460,04
44,04
427,40
1 × Turn Coil (Antarctic)
Model
Installation
165,42215,42
1 × Radex Radiator Hot Water Forced Air Heater - Single or Double
Type
378,65522,45
SKU: 00-ANT-1

Description

  • Requires 3” (7,62 cm) diameter chimney parts.
  • Minimum 1,8 meter of chimney is required, a straight run with no elbows works best.
  • We always recommend a barometric damper, mainly to absorb wind fall.
  • Permanent fresh air vent needed in direct area of the unit.
  • Creates a dry heat to dry out moisture inside the vessel.
  • In sailboat installations, this unit must face fore or aft, if facing port or starboard is desired, the valve would need to be mounted to the side of the unit so the gravity fed valve won’t starve the burner on heels up to 15 degrees. Alternative is, that the valve is to be replaced/remounted on the side of the heater.
  • 12v draft assist fan included (can be converted to 24v and 32v). Used for start up and draft assistance on high fire.
  • Valve is calibrated for diesel but can be re-calibrated for kerosene or stove oil.
  • 1 turn hot water coil for 19 – 38 liter or a 2 turn hot water coil for 57 – 76 liter can be installed for water heating.

Additional information

Dimensions
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Weight

Diameter

Fuel consumption / 24h
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High (Liter)

Heat output
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High (kWh)

Diesel Heater manual

Diesel appliance operating tips