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Xtreme Heaters Engine Compartment Heaters

Xtreme Heaters Engine Compartment Heaters

Description

The Xtreme Heaters Engine Compartment Heaters are self-regulated and energy efficient for economical use.

Features

  • Automatic thermostat turns heater on at 40°F and off at 55°F +/- 3°
  • Fully anodized inside and out for superior protection from the harsh marine environment
  • Pre-wired for 115v power source
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Bilge heaters built with new technology makes Xtreme the smart choice for the serious boater.

BTU: 1023 - 1790
Cubic Ft: 180
Wattage: 300-525+
Exit Air Temp: 167

The core of the Xtreme Heater is a heating element that is self-regulated at a preset temperature and automatically varies its wattage in order to maintain that preset temperature. What this means is that the heater will increase power and heat as it get colder to maintain the same temperature. The adaptability to outside temperatures also means less power consumed over the heating period. the Xtreme Heater is engineered to be fail safe and reliable with no sparks so that it is safe for marine use. All components were engineered specifically for the Xtreme Heater to keep your boat safe and in optimal condition.

Features:

  • True Forced air heaters for more accurate climate control (circulating warm air through engine compartment efficiently and consistently)
  • Automatic thermostat turns heater on at 40°F and off at 55°F +/- 3°
  • Safe through temperature limiting characteristics (Heater will not overheat)
  • Dynamic, self regulating, and therefore energy efficient and economical to use
  • High power to size ratio (built to fit in the smallest package size possible to deliver the most effective heat ever in a bilge heater)
  • Pre-wired (for ease of installation by consumer or professional) for 115v power source
  • Long lifetime / reliable (built to last a lifetime with the best parts available)
  • Built to meet or exceed ABYC ignition protection standards with UL, SA, CE and VDE recognized components (This is the safest possible way today)
  • Fully anodized inside and out for superior protection from the harsh marine environment
  • Fully 1 year warranty and lifetime support for service
  • Recommended operating temperature is from 15°F to 180°F
  • 20 foot power cord with a 3 prong plug easily reaches from heater mounting point to circuit protected outlet inside cabin
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Xtreme Heaters Engine Compartment Heaters XHEAT Engine compartment heater, 300W
$343.85
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Xtreme Heaters Engine Compartment Heaters XXHEAT Engine compartment heater, 450W
$392.96
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Xtreme Heaters Engine Compartment Heaters XXXHEAT Engine compartment heater, 600W
$442.10
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Xtreme Heaters Quick Release Mounts XTRQRL Quick release mount for 450W and 600W heaters
$36.99
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Xtreme Heaters Quick Release Mount for 300W Heater XTRQRS Quick release mount for 300W heater
$35.14
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