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HS2211 External Gas Air Heater

$980.00
The Propex HS2211 is an automatic thermostatically controlled blown air heating system fuelled by propane/ butane gas. To save space it is designed for mounting underneath the vehicle.

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Product Includes:

Mounting Equipment: 
Stainless Marine Mount Bracket

Electrical Equipment:     
Propex Wiring Harness
Propex Thermostat

Exhaust & Intake Equipment:  
1” S/S Flexible Exhaust Tube 3’ (2)items
1” Galvanized Exhaust Clamp (2) items
Insulation Sock 3’
1 ½” S/S Hose Clamp (2)items
S/S Thru Hull Fitting

Ducting Equipment: 
3” PAK Hot Air Duct 20’
Propex 80mm True Wye
Propex 80mmx3” Adapter (5)items
Propex 80mm Non Closable Vent (2) items
75mm Aurora Grill
3” S/S Hose Clamp (8) items
Mounting Equipment:
Vehicle Mount Kit

Electrical Equipment:
Propex Wiring harness
Propex Thermostat

Exhaust and Intake Equipment:
22mm S/S Flexible Exhaust Tube 3’
22mm – 24mm S/S Exhaust Clamp  (2) items

Ducting Equipment:
60mm Pak Hot Air Duct 3’
Propex 80mm Non Closable Vents (2) items 
S/S Hose Clamp  (8) items
Mounting Equipment
Vehicle Mount Kit

Electrical Equipment:
Propex Wiring Harness
Propex Thermostat

Exhaust & Intake Equipment:
22mm S/S Flexible Exhaust Tube (3) items
22mm – 24mm S/S Exhaust Clamp  (2) items

Ducting Equipment:
60mm Pak Hot Air Duct 20’
Propex 80mm Non Closable Vent
Propex 75mm Aurora Vent
S/S Hose Clamp (8) items
Mounting Equipment
Vehicle Mount Kit

Electrical Equipment;
Propex Wiring Harness
Propex Thermostat

Exhaust & Intake Equipment:
Hitech 1 Hose 3’
1” S/S Flexible Exhaust Tube 3’
1” Galvanized Exhaust Clamp (2) items
Insulation Sock 3’
1 ½” S/S Hose Clamp (2) items

Ducting Equipment:
Propex 80mm Non Closable Vents (2) items 

Mounting Equipment:
Stainless Marine Mount Kit

Electrical Equipment:
Propex Wire Harness
Propex Thermostat

Exhaust & Intake Equipment:
22mm Flexible Exhaust Tube 3’  (2) items
22mm Exhaust Clamp (2) items
Insulation Sock 3’
S/S Thru Hull Filling
1 ½” Hose Clamp (2) items

Ducting Equipment:
20’ 60mm Air Ducting
Propex 80MM True Wye
80mmx60mm Adapter (6) items
Non - Closable Vents (2) items
Closable Vent (1) items
Hose Clamp (8) items

Technical Specifications

Economy 

Average consumption  225 grams/hour          
3.9kg propane cylinder 
17.5 hours 
4.5kg butane 
20.0 hours 
13kg propane 
58.0 hours 
15kg butane 
67.0 hours 
19kg butane 
84.5 hours 
47kg butane 
209.0 hours 
904 Camping gaz (1.81kg) 8.0 hours
907 Camping gaz (2.72kg) 
12.0 hours 

Technical Specifications 

Heat Input: 
3.0kW 
Heat Output: 
2.8kW 
Voltage: 12V or 24V versions 
Current Consumption: 
1.9A continuous running                       
Air Throughput: 
85 C.F.M. 
Fuel: 
Butane or Propane Gas 

Economy  

Average consumption  142 grams/hour                              
3.9kg propane cylinder  
27.5 hours  
4.5kg butane  
31.7 hours  
13kg propane  
91.5 hours  
15kg butane  
105.6 hours  
19kg butane  
133.8 hours  
47kg butane  
331.0 hours  
904 Camping gaz (1.81kg) 12.75 hours
907 Camping gaz (2.72kg)  
19.0 hours  

Technical Specifications    
Heat Input:  
2.1kW  
Heat Output:  
1.9kW  
Voltage: 12V or 24V versions 
Current Consumption:  
1.4A continuous running                                           
Air Throughput:  
60 C.F.M.  
Fuel:  
Butane or Propane Gas  

HS2211 Technical Specifications

Maximum dimensions
Height: 230mm, Width: 157mm, length: 430mm
Weight
Under-floor Installation 7.7kg
Gas
Butane 28-30mbar – CAT I3+ (28-30/37), Butane/Propane 30mbar – CAT I3B/P (30)                              
Propane
37mbar – CAT I3p (37)
Gas Consumption                               (M) 150g/h
Classification of Heater  Type: C53 (Fanned) Normal Installation C13 Vehicle In Motion Installation
Nominal Heat Input
Gas 2.0Kw
Battery Supply
Nominal voltage
12V d.c.
Operating range
10.0V d.c. min. to 15V d.c. max.
Maximum current
d.c. gas operation: 1.7 Amps (0.01Amps on standby) 
Dry Storage Temperature
-20°C to 70°C
Hot Air Duct Diameter
60mm ID
Flue Diameter
22mm ID
Maximum Exhaust Flue Length
2m
Minimum Exhaust Flue Length
0.75m
Maximum Combustion Air Flue Length
2m
Minimum Combustion Air Flue Length
1.0m

Economy

Average consumption  225 grams/hour
3.9kg propane cylinder
17.5 hours
4.5kg butane
20.0 hours
13kg propane
58.0 hours
15kg butane
67.0 hours
19kg butane
84.5 hours
47kg butane
209.0 hours
904 Camping gaz (1.81kg) 8.0 hours
907 Camping gaz (2.72kg)
12.0 hours

Technical Specifications

Heat Input:
3.0kW
Heat Output:
2.8kW
Voltage: 12V or 24V versions 
Current Consumption:
1.9A continuous running
Air Throughput:
85 C.F.M.
Fuel:
Butane or Propane Gas
Dimensions Gas Supply
Malaga E Only
Overall
H 250mm  W 325mm  D 445mm 
Weight Empty 
9.3kg
Tank Capacity 
13 litres 
Water Temperature Thermostat Setting  70 °C 
Overheat Thermostat Setting  90 °C 
Water Supply The heater will operate satisfactorily on either a system where the pump is controlled by the tap microswitches or the one controlled by a pressure switch. It must not be connect to mains water supply. Water connections can be provided to suit a range of standard fittings. Reinforced or semi rigid pipe must be used.
Pressure Relief Valve Settings
3 bar 
Maximum Working Pressure 
2 bar 
Maximum Working Supply Pressure 
1.9 bar 
Heat Input 
1.15kw  84g/h 
Pressure Settings:
Propane
37mbar
Butane
28mbar
Mixtures
30mbar
Injector
Bray 960/40 
Electrical Supply  

12v DC 
Gas Connection 
8mm O.D. 
Mains Electricity Supply
220/240vAC 50Hz Fused 5A

Economy   

Average consumption  142 grams/hour                                              
3.9kg propane cylinder   
27.5 hours   
4.5kg butane   
31.7 hours   
13kg propane   
91.5 hours   
15kg butane   
105.6 hours   
19kg butane   
133.8 hours   
47kg butane   
331.0 hours   
904 Camping gaz (1.81kg) 12.75 hours
907 Camping gaz (2.72kg)   
19.0 hours  

Technical Specifications    
Heat Input:   
2.1kW   
Heat Output:   
1.9kW   
Voltage: 12V or 24V versions 
Current Consumption:   
1.4A continuous running                                           
Air Throughput:   
60 C.F.M.   
Fuel:   
Butane or Propane Gas  

FAQ

Q: I have an old Carver P4 air heater do you do a replacement?
A: Yes, the HS2000, HS2211or the HS2800.
Q: Can the heater be mounted vertically?
A: The heater must not be mounted vertically on its nose or end or upside down but on one of its sides is not a problem. Remember when mounting the unit you should ensure you can still maintain access to the electronics cover and gas connections
Q: Where can the heater be fitted?
A: Most installations are mounted in a bedbox or locker. External installation is not recommended unless using the appropriate mounting box. However the HS2211 is designed to be fitted externally.
Q: How noisy is the heater?
A: There is very little burner noise from the heater itself. However, there will be some noise from the blown hot air similar to that of a small domestic fan heater.
Q: Can the heaters be used while vehicles are moving?
A: Yes, a vehicle in motion flue terminal is available and the heater should be installed and operated in compliance with the relevant regulatory requirements. Use of the the correct VIM bracket ensure compliance with the vehicle in motion test regime.
Q: What length of exhaust flue pipe can be fitted?
A: Total combined length must not exceed 4 meters and the inlet pipe should be slightly longer than the exhaust to balance the burner.
Q: What is the electrical consumption?
A: 1.6amps on 12v
Q: I have an old Carver P4 air heater do you do a replacement?
A: Yes, the HS2000, HS2211 or the HS2800.
Q: Can the heater be mounted vertically?
A: The heater must not be mounted vertically on its nose or end or upside down but on one of its sides is not a problem. Remember when mounting the unit you should ensure you can still maintain access to the electronics cover and gas connections
Q: Where can the heater be fitted?
A: Most installations are mounted in a bedbox or locker. External installation is not recommended unless using the appropriate mounting box. However the HS2211 is designed to be fitted externally.
Q: How noisy is the heater?
A: There is very little burner noise from the heater itself. However, there will be some noise from the blown hot air similar to that of a small domestic fan heater.
Q: Can the heaters be used while vehicles are moving?
A: Yes, a vehicle in motion flue terminal is available and the heater should be installed and operated in compliance with the relevant regulatory requirements. Use of the the correct VIM bracket ensure compliance with the vehicle in motion test regime.
Q: What length of exhaust flue pipe can be fitted?
A: Total combined length must not exceed 4 meters and the inlet pipe should be slightly longer than the exhaust to balance the burner.
Q: How many outlets can you put on the Heatsource HS2000, HS2000E and HS2211?
A: The maximum recommended is 3, providing the total combined length of ducting is no longer than 5 metres and the maximum length to the first outlet should not exceed 1.5m.
Q: What is the electrical consumption?
A: 1.6amps on 12v
Q: Can the heater be mounted vertically?
A: The heater must not be mounted vertically on its nose or end or upside down but on one of its sides is not a problem. Remember when mounting the unit you should ensure you can still maintain access to the electronics cover and gas connections
Q: Where can the heater be fitted?
A: Most installations are mounted in a bedbox or locker. External installation is not recommended unless using the appropriate mounting box. However the HS2211 is designed to be fitted externally.
Q: How noisy is the heater?
A: There is very little burner noise from the heater itself. However, there will be some noise from the blown hot air similar to that of a small domestic fan heater.
Q: Can the heaters be used while vehicles are moving?
A: Yes, a vehicle in motion flue terminal is available and the heater should be installed and operated in compliance with the relevant regulatory requirements. Use of the the correct VIM bracket ensure compliance with the vehicle in motion test regime.
Q: What length of exhaust flue pipe can be fitted?
A: Total combined length must not exceed 4 meters and the inlet pipe should be slightly longer than the exhaust to balance the burner.
Q: How many outlets can you put on the Heatsource HS2000, HS2000E and HS2211?
A: The maximum recommended is 3, providing the total combined length of ducting is no longer than 5 metres and the maximum length to the first outlet should not exceed 1.5m.
Q: What is the electrical consumption?
A: 1.6amps on 12v
Q: I have an old Carver P4 air heater do you do a replacement?
A: Yes, the HS2000, HS2211or the HS2800.
Q: Can the heater be mounted vertically?
A: The heater must not be mounted vertically on its nose or end or upside down but on one of its sides is not a problem. Remember when mounting the unit you should ensure you can still maintain access to the electronics cover and gas connections
Q: Where can the heater be fitted?
A: Most installations are mounted in a bedbox or locker. External installation is not recommended unless using the appropriate mounting box. However the HS2211 is designed to be fitted externally.
Q: How noisy is the heater?
A: There is very little burner noise from the heater itself. However, there will be some noise from the blown hot air similar to that of a small domestic fan heater.
Q: Can the heaters be used while vehicles are moving?
A: Yes, a vehicle in motion flue terminal is available and the heater should be installed and operated in compliance with the relevant regulatory requirements. Use of the the correct VIM bracket ensure compliance with the vehicle in motion test regime.
Q: What length of exhaust flue pipe can be fitted?
A: Total combined length must not exceed 4 meters and the inlet pipe should be slightly longer than the exhaust to balance the burner.
Q: What is the electrical consumption?
A: 1.6amps on 12v
Q: I want to replace my old Carver Cascade , will I need to cut new holes for the Malaga?
A: No, we can supply an adapter plate with a new Malaga that will make a neat job of the inlet and exhaust termination.
Q: I have an old Belling Malaga water heater that no longer works, what do I do?
A: Two options here, we can either supply you a complete replacement Malaga heater or, if its only your control PCB that's failed, we can upgrade your existing Belling unit.
Q: What type of pump is needed to work in conjunction with the heater?
A: The Malaga will work with an in line or submersible pump providing the maximum pressure does not exceed 1.5bar or 20 PSI.
Q: Will it work on an electrical mains hook up?
A: The Malaga IIE needs removing and replacing with Malaga 5E
Q: How large is the Malaga water tank?
A: 13.5 litres
Q: Are they suitable for marine use?
A: No, except on vessels used exclusively on Class 1 & 2 Waterways, so inland waterways. The installation must be made where an external vertical or near vertical wall is available.
Q: Where can I mount the heater?
A: Typically in a bedbox or locker with easy access to flue through a side wall.
Q: I have an old Carver P4 air heater do you do a replacement?
A: Yes, the HS2000, HS2211 or the HS2800.
Q: Can the heater be mounted vertically?
A: The heater must not be mounted vertically on its nose or end or upside down but on one of its sides is not a problem. Remember when mounting the unit you should ensure you can still maintain access to the electronics cover and gas connections
Q: Where can the heater be fitted?
A: Most installations are mounted in a bedbox or locker. External installation is not recommended unless using the appropriate mounting box. However the HS2211 is designed to be fitted externally.
Q: How noisy is the heater?
A: There is very little burner noise from the heater itself. However, there will be some noise from the blown hot air similar to that of a small domestic fan heater.
Q: Can the heaters be used while vehicles are moving?
A: Yes, a vehicle in motion flue terminal is available and the heater should be installed and operated in compliance with the relevant regulatory requirements. Use of the the correct VIM bracket ensure compliance with the vehicle in motion test regime.
Q: What length of exhaust flue pipe can be fitted?
A: Total combined length must not exceed 4 meters and the inlet pipe should be slightly longer than the exhaust to balance the burner.
Q: What is the electrical consumption?
A: 1.6amps on 12v