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FREDERICK, Colo. — Aqua-Hot Heating Systems, a provider of RV hydronic heating solutions, has added Model 250D to its 200 Series line-up.
Ideal for smaller RVs that already have diesel onboard, it debuts at RVX March 12 to 14 in Salt Lake City at Booth 2339, and is already available on Tiffin Motorhome’s Allegro RED as an option.
The Aqua-Hot 250D delivers 40,000 Btu per hour of heat without the annoyance of cold spots or dry, blowing air. Low-voltage fans ensure quiet operation, the release noted.
Similar to luxury residential and high-end motorhome systems, it is set by a thermostat and uses highly efficient heat exchangers and/or in-floor radiant heating.
Multifunctional, the Aqua-Hot 250D also provides continuous hot water, eliminating the need for a separate water heater. Delivering a 1.5 gallons per minute flow at a temperature between 110 and 120 F, it’s ideal for showering, laundry and other uses, the release explained.
The Aqua-Hot 250D is fueled by diesel and operated by 12-volt DC power for off-grid applications. The system also utilizes a 110-volt AC electric element when the coach is plugged into shore power.
Compact and lightweight, it measures 21.61 inches long by 12.45 inches wide by 11.69 inches deep. The 250D weighs 84 pounds empty and 113 pounds when full.
The all-in-one design is straightforward to install, the release explained, noting that heating, water and fuel ports are located on top for easy connection. An integrated mounting tray facilitates air intake and exhaust.
SOURCE: Aqua-Hot press release