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The unit is designed to be placed outside the tent, with supply and return air ducted to the tent.The VAM 15 MK II heater operates on the in-direct fired (clean air) principle insures no combustion products or fumes are introduced into the occupied spaces. The forced air system provides for the most rapid warm-up capability.
The VAM 15 MK II heater is essentially self-contained, requiring only a source of external electric power and fuel. The unit will operate effectively on all diesel fuels. Appropriate fuels are supplied by the fuel hose assembly which may be connected to external jerry cans or drums.
VAM 15 MK II heater features
- Cabinet made of 0.9mm galvanized, powder coated steel sheet
- Top finish painting standard Nato green, RAL 6014
- Circular openings (Ø225mm) for one supply and one return air ducts
- Operation with or without return air ducts fitted
- Adjustable fresh air intake from 0 to 40% of the total air volume
- Cold start at temperatures down to -40°C
- All necessary safety devices built in for protection and complete shut down in case of malfunction
- When storing or transporting the heater, the flue is fitted onto the unit
- Fitted with handles so that it can be carried manually by two persons
- Fuel supply from jerry can or oil drum, with a fuel supply lance for jerry can as standard
- Connect to the mains power supply or a separate diesel generator through a 15m power cable
- Controlled by an optional remote thermostat which will be placed inside the tent
- Possibility for optional running the unit with a CO monitor
- Allowing ventilation without heating
- Highly efficient
- Built according to EN 13842 and CE-marked
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