FREDERICK, Colo. — An Aqua-Hot heating system makes the RV lifestyle more comfortable by producing even, moist, fume-free heat and continuous, on-demand hot water, a release from the organization stated.
Now, the company’s 600 Series and new Class B and Class C heating systems are approved by the California Air Resources Board (CARB). The Aqua-Hot 600 Series is the first and only CARB-accepted heating system for diesel-fueled motorhomes, the release stated.
The updated 600 Series includes the 600D and 675D models. Both are simplified for on-the-line productivity, owner experience and fast servicing. Designed with fewer components, installation is fast, inventory costs are lower and field serviceability is improved, the release continued.
The system’s ignition requires no electrode gap setting and provides access to fans, pumps, nozzle and fuel lines.
The installation process now eliminates domestic water connection compression fittings with added quick-connect electrical assembly. A constant combustion pressure combined with external pump and counter directional brushless fans virtually removes soot, smoke and odor, during low-voltage operating conditions, the release continued.
The 600 Series supplies extended component life. A burner controller runs fans and pumps at separate voltage ranges. Operating range is now 10.6 VDC to 1.6 VDC.
Featuring diagnostics, an in-cabin operation switch now contains blink codes for system service requirements. A nozzle pre-heater is standard, automatically pre-heating fuel starting at -30 degrees Fahrenheit and igniting the burner at -40 degrees Fahrenheit.
Aqua-Hot’s Class B and C Hydronic Heating Systems features a single closed-circuit coolant-based heating systems, which ties into the engine’s coolant loop to provide quiet, mist and heat.
They are the first to be offered in three different fuel burning versions; diesel, propane and natural gas. All three come with low noise levels and emissions.
SOURCE: Aqua-Hot Heating Systems press release