The Heaters for Construction and Industrial Applications
Eberspaecher Air and Coolant heater kits can be customized to suit your specific needs. From units that are boxed for protection to controllers that can provide flexibility to your operation! These heaters are Bio Diesel Compatible and available in both 12 or 24 volt.
- Eliminate cold engine starts
- Reduce idling fuel cost
- Engine and fluid pre-heating
- Cab and compartment heating
- Reduce diesel exhaust emissions
- Minimize disel exhaust emission
- Defrosted windows
- Crew shelter
- Automatic altitude adjustment
- CARB approved / EPA verified
Different Configurations for Different Applications
E-CONSTRUCTION Air Heaters
AIRTRONIC D2 and D5 Series
AIRTRONIC units range from 2 kW / 7,500 BTU’s to 5 kW / 18,800 BTU’s and are available with our Digi-controller, which has an internal ambient air temperature sensor for precise compartment heating. Compact for a variety of location mounts.
E-CONSTRUCTION Coolant Heaters
HYDRONIC MI & L Series
The HYDRONIC’s range from 12 kW or 42,000 BTU’s up to 35 kW or 120,000 BTU’s in a boxed configuration. These units have an automatic altitude compensation and are available in 12 or 24 volt models and come with accessories such as spark arrestor. Compact for a variety of location mounts. The M Series has multiple speeds which reduces amp draw in lower ranges.
- Indicates on-board diagnostics capability
- 7 Day Timers*
- Programmable Timer
- Push/Pull Switch
- Auto Shut-Off Switch
Easy to Operate
Eberspaecher heaters operate as miniature furnaces independent of the engine, utilizing the units own diesel fuel and batteries to produce heat.
Hydronic units heat the coolant, then circulate it to warm the engine and heat exchangers to near operating temp and can be sized to provide auxiliary heat for other critical fluids. Eberspaecher air heaters heat air directly and circulate air to applicable compartments.
E-Work HYDRONIC air heaters can provide ample heat to the cab, mobile work stations, crew shelters, all without idling the engine.
Using timer controls, heaters can be switched on to begin engine pre-heating at preset intervals, allowing operators to go directly to work upon arrival.