BOTHELL, Wash. — RV Comfort Systems has upgraded its Stand-A-Lone all electric forced air furnace to operate with a high voltage blower, the company announced today. With this new upgrade it no longer needs a 12-volt DC supply from a converter to run the blower side of the furnace. It still uses their UL Certified, RVIA compliant controller and electric heater modules, which should help RV manufacturers keep their parts inventory dollars at a minimum, the company noted.
Stone Canyon Lodge, a builder of park model cabins headquartered in Haleyville, Ala., is now offering this new all electric furnace as a factory installed option in their new park model cabins.
Along with the compactness of this new heater, it also gives coach builders the flexibility to place the furnace out of the way in a small space at the bottom of a closet or cabinet. A gas furnace must be placed on an outside wall because of the flue.
RV Comfort Systems President Larry McGaugh said the company has a customer in Pennsylvania that leases park model RVs, and they have a single system installed in four of their 40-foot leased units. All of them heated the RVs to a comfortable indoor temp at sub zero temperatures last winter, said McGaugh. Because of the multi tap heater coil in cases where it gets even colder, the coach can be fitted with two furnaces and still run on a 50-amp shore power service, he added.
RV Comfort Systems is based in Bothell, Wash., and is an OEM patent holder for the CheapHeat All Electric Furnace and Add-On RV Heating systems.
More information is available by calling 425.408.3140 or by visiting www.rvcomfortsystems.com.
SOURCE: RV Comfort Systems press release