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Warm up your winter with Vvkb Night Heaters

VVKB is a premier and professional night heater manufacturer over 20 years.

VVKB night heater, also known as parking heater, diesel air heater and bunk heater, is a good partner for vehicles in cold winter.

Our night heaters are widely used on trucks, cars, buses, caravans, boats, etc. We can say, VVKB night heaters can provide comfort and safety in any kinds of vehicles.

VVKB night heater has low fuel and power. No need to start the vehicles, it can warm up the cabin compartment with very low fuel consumption, from 0.14L/H-0.25L/H. 

VVKB night heater can quickly free the ice and snow on car window and ensure an awesome temperature for your van in very cold winter.

VVKB has sufficient night heater manufacturing experience to support your business. Let us help to boom your night heaters business right now.

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Get to know every part of a night heater and understand the installation guide. The night heater part list will also teach how to check the quality of a night heater.
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Repairing a night heater is not a hard work,but if you are not very familiar with the night heater,this will be a hard work. This guide will help you solve any problem when using a night heater.
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VVKB night heater is safe and quiet– we have already passed CE, FCC, RoHs certifications and also get DUNS number. We use high- quality materials without toxin and odors, and we design each parts of heater in a good and compact way, so won’t cause any impact on the body. The wire sheath selects materials with high temperatures resistance to eliminate fire hazards.

VVKB provides the full support for night heater installation; one VVKB night heater kit includes all installation parts with good quality, such as Japanese Kyocera glow pin, German Heraeus temperature sensor, etc.

Equipped with LCD controller, VVKB night heater can set up and keep the space temperature, and also can set up the time to start and stop. With the remote, you can remotely turn on and turn off the heater within 30-50 meters.

VVKB provides professional and warm after- sales service. We have sorted our troubleshooting solutions and installation precautions, both PDF version as well as video version.

To meet different customers’ requirements in heating different areas, VVKB provides different heater models and types. VVKB night heaters include Apollo-V1 night air heaters, Apollo-V2 night air heaters, Apollo-C1 night coolant heaters, Apollo-C2 night coolant heaters and Apollo-C3 night coolant heaters.

Night Heater: The Ultimate Guide

I know no one would wish to be in the freezing temperatures at night.

In fact, it is even worse if you want to use your iced motor car.

The good news – there are quite a number of after-market night heaters that can make your environment comfortable.

You can warm your car, buses, caravans, boats, etc. to a temperature of your choice.

And today, I want to introduce you to a handy and useful accessory – night heater.

Throughout this guide, I will walk you through the vital aspects of night heaters.

Let’s dive right in.

Freezing during cold weather

Freezing during cold weather

What is a Night Heater?

Night heater is a stand-alone device made purposely to warm your surroundings.

They are independent of the primary engine system and vary in design and performance making them fit for vehicles of all kind and drive type.

Different designs of night heaters

Different designs of night heaters

Night heater uses either 12V or 14V direct current to operate.

The modern heating systems have two ways control: Manual control mode and automatic control mode.

We have electric night heaters and petrol or diesel night heaters, and you can power on and use it normally at temperatures beyond -40 °C.

The inhaled fresh air is heated to hot air through the heat exchanger by the energy from the burning fuel, then blow to where you need it within the vehicle.

The night heater has the advantage of compact structure, lightweight, high thermal efficiency, economization of electricity and fuel, and easy installation.

Why You Need Night Heaters

Imagine boarding a warm vehicle, and steer off with clear visibility on a cold or frosty day!

Or being welcomed by the rousing, fresh air circulating through the interior courtesy of the ventilation property!

These are some of the reasons why you should consider installing a night heater in your car, truck or van.

Here are more reasons why you need a night heater system:

1. Safety through clear visibility

Your visibility is crystal-clear from the beginning when you have a night heater – without brushing ice away.

Additionally, the parking heater prevents dangerous moisture condensation and re-icing from within.

2. Warmth from the onset

The interior of your vehicle is at a comfortable temperature from the beginning of your journey.

You’ll say goodbye to shivering, damp fingers, and cold feet.

Ice scraping and big jackets, which can affect your driving will be a thing of the past.

3. No ice scraping

With the night heater, the usual scraping of ice off your windscreen in the morning is a problem solved.

The heating system ensures your day starts in a relaxed and comfortable mood, making you always to yearn to be in your warm car.

4. Saves considerable time

Acquiring a night heater will help you save a lot of time.

You will no longer need to scrape ice, wipe the vehicle’s wet surface, and run the engine to heat it, which most countries have outlawed.

5. User-friendly operation

You have several options to choose from on how to operate the night heater.

You may decide to manage it by the digital control switch, remote controller, and GSM remote controller (app installed in your smartphone.

It is possible to control and operate the device with an alternative – anything is practical with technology!

6. Intelligent ventilation in summer

A night heater not only provides warmth in winter, but it also cools the vehicle’s interior during summer.

It does the cooling by blowing external air into your parked truck, van or car, thus preventing accumulation of extreme heat and very high internal temperatures.

Main Parts and Working Principle of Night Heaters

Parts of night heater

Parts of night heater

1-Heat exchanger, 2-Gasket, 3-Combustion pipe, 4-Combustor, 5-Gasket, 6-Combustion supporting fan blades, 7-Bracket for fan motor, 8-Fan motor, 9-Controller, 10-Blade wheel of a heating fan, 11-Fuel pump leading wire, 12-Inlet of combustion supporting air, 13-Fuel inlet pipe, 14-Glow plug, 15-Exhaust pipe vent, 16-Overheat sensor17-Insulating mat.

· Night Heater Casing

Night heater casing

 Night heater casing

This is the exterior casing of the night heater, and the materials used to make it can be Nylon 66, aluminum 380 or any other substance that is temperature resistant, heat resistant, long lasting, among other features.

It comprises the junction box cover 1 which some manufacturers can fix on the top cover 2, hot air outlet 3, bottom cover 4, a heated air inlet 5, and air inlet hood 6.

They make up an air heating passage — a heating fan blade wheel attached to the fan motor pull in cold air through the air inlet.

The heat exchanger then heats the air and ejects it out via the hot air outlet.

· Combustion Chamber

Heat exchanger 1 in the main diagram is the combustion furnace body, manufactured of die-casting aluminum, fitted with radiating fins about and at the back end.

You will find Combustion pipe 3 fixed in the internal cavity with combustor 4 inserted on the front of the combustion pipe.

The fuel pipe 13 is the channel through which fuel flows to the combustor core and is inflamed after atomization by the glow plug 14.

The flame passes into the space between the internal walls of the furnace body via the back-end conducting pipe of the combustion pipe, and the exhaust pipe vent 15 discharges the exhaust.

The supporting air inlet port 12 allows in the fresh air for sustaining the combustion in the furnace.

The combustion supporting air blades 6 of the motor of the fan blows the fresh air to the combustion pipe.

· Control System

Control system entails all the parts that are responsible for detecting, executing and showing specific parameters in the night heater system.

  • The controller9 location is at the rear of the heating fan’s blade wheel and the front of the heater.

The role of the controller is to collect information on and monitor circuit signal of the single-chip microprocessor, voltage, rotational speed, frequency, and drive circuit.

Additionally, it assists in the automation of the heating process, system surveillance, and breakdown handling.

· Sensors

i. Overheating Sensor

Most night heaters have the overheating sensor 16fitted on the back exterior wall of the heat exchanger.

In case the temperature here gets higher than 182°C, the controller will cut off the fuel pump circuit stopping the supply of fuel.

Consequently, it turns off the night heater to safeguard it from overheating.

ii. Temperature Sensor

The interior temperature sensor installed on the air inlet of the night heater aids in measuring the temperature of air in the air inlet.

The external temperature sensor is an optional component which requires additional configuration, and you can place them on heating points you want.

They have a similar working concept as an interior temperature sensor and the output power, with the controller modulating the working condition depending on the measured temperature.

· Control switches

The control switch has control knob which is essential in switching on or off of the night heater and also in preventing the heating system locking because of trouble interruption.

Additionally, the control knob helps in switching between constant power working mode and constant temperature working mode via the mode conversion button.

You change to the constant temperature mode if the indicating light changes to red, then using the control knob choose the temperature you want (you can adjust continuously from 5°C to 35°C).

Control switch

Control switch

Conversely, you change to the constant power mode when the indicating light changes to green, then using the control knob, modify the power (you can adjust continuously between 1KW and 2KW).

When the indicator shows a constant green light, it signifies that the night heater is operating normally.

However, when the indicator exhibits a flashing light, then the night heater is in a troubling status.

· Digital control switch

This feature shows the fault information, set heat time, set heat starting time, set temperature and eliminate fault code.

· Remote Controller

The remote controller helps in powering on and off of the night heater, and you can schedule it three times: 15mins, 30mins, and 45mins.

· GSM remote controller

GSM remote controller is an extra function gadget of night heaters which you can start and stop via SMS and voice by phones or cell phones.

You can apply the device to power on and off the night heater.

Immediately.

· Power Supply

The usual power supply of the night heater is a 12V or 24V power source, commonly the vehicle’s engine, though having an independent safety gadget.

Power supply

Power supply

In case the power voltage gets higher or lower than the designated higher or lower limit, the night heater will display a troubling status, and it will consequently switch off automatically.

Air Inlet and Outlet

Air has a critical role during combustion in fuel operated night heaters.

This is because combustion will only occur when there is a mixture of fuel and air alongside ignition mechanism.

Additionally, for air night heaters, you require air to warm up the passenger compartment and other components.

Air intake

Air intake

Let’s have a look at the crucial parts of a night heater that make up the air inlet and outlet system:

  • Air intake silencer; it cleans the air to the combustion chamber apart from minimizing the noise from the air intake system. Moreover, the accessory inhibits wasps from nesting in the air system of the night heater.
  • Air intake grill; its function is to shield the blower impeller from destruction by objects that may get into contact with it, and its location is generally on the far end of the system. Stray bodies may destroy the impeller leading to inadequate air flow into the night heater system or complete breakdown of the impeller.
  • Air outlet; provided air flows into the night heater system, it will have to find its way out, and that is why it necessary to have an outlet. The outlet is the opening through which the warm air leaves the night heater system and then circulated to various parts of the vehicle.
  • Air ducting system; it assists to channel the warm air to precise areas where it needs to complete various heating operations.

· Fuel Tanks and Pipes

These accessories are very instrumental in the functioning of fuel operated night heaters.

To be precise, for diesel night heaters or gasoline night heaters.

A fuel-operated night heater may utilize either the fuel from the vehicle’s main tank or an auxiliary source depending on its design.

Generally, a night heater’s fuel tank design is not different from the usual ones we have seen – they are similar.

Fuel tank

Fuel tank

Nonetheless, the pipe connection to the night heater has some particular aspects that make them distinctive.

Let’s look at some of the vital parts of a fuel tank:

  • Pipe which is useful in the transmission of fuel to the heater.
  • Filter which removes any particles or debris found in the fuel. By doing so, it makes sure no contaminants find their way into the pump and heater system.

· Fuel Pump System

We can say that this component is technically the engine of a night heater since it is what ensures transmission of an adequate quantity of fuel from the fuel tank to the combustion chamber.

The fuel pump is a small component though it has a critical function in the night heater system.

There exist a broad range of designs and configurations of fuel metering pumps based on the voltage supply and suction action.

VVKB Fuel Pump

VVKB fuel pump

A fuel pump system typically has the following vital parts:

  • Pipes/fuel hose/fuel line/fuel pump connector/; enable the transmission of fuel from the tank via the pump to the night heater.
  • Fuel pipe clamp and fuel pump holder; holds the components above in position to avoid unnecessary movements that might jeopardize the conveyance of fuel from the tank to the night heater.
  • Fuel standpipe; is another vital component that has an essential role in the fuel pump system. It makes sure that fuel from the tank reaches the night heater’s combustion chamber.
  • Fuel filter

· Blower

Blower has a central purpose in both electric night heaters and fuel operated ones.

This component of the night heater pulls in air from the surrounding environment then blows it through the system.

Blower end

Blower end

It sucks in cold air through one end, which later leaves the unit as hot air necessary for warming you through the outlet end.

· Exhaust system

The final products of the combustion of air and fuel mixture comprised of exhaust gases and heat.

Manufacturers design night heaters in a way that these waste gases are capable of leaving the combustion chamber via the exhaust system.

Night heater sections

Night heater sections

The exhaust system has various parts that make it complete and they consist of:

  • Exhaust silencer which minimizes the level of noise when the night heater is running.
  • An Exhaust tubing/pipe; a conducting channel via which the night heater ejects the exhaust material from the combustion chamber.

· Fuel Supply System

The night heater can get its fuel supply either from the vehicle’s fuel tank or from the alternative independent fuel tank.

Section of fuel pipe

Section of fuel pipe

The system has a special-purpose fuel pump that helps with the transmission of fuel and modulation of the supply amount of fuel.

How to Install Night Heaters

The installation of a night heater is a relatively simple task and does not need specialized tools.

The night heater system kit comes packed with all required mounting hardware.

Even though some individuals will need extra nylon ties and plastic loom (gator skin) to protect further and fasten the wiring harnesses.

1) Unpack the kit

Arrange components based on their function: fuel, air, electrical, etc.

Categorizing the hardware will assist you to visualize the job and make sure that all required parts are available.

2) Choose a mounting place

I recommend you mount the night heater in an enclosed place.

On trucks having sleepers, the owners commonly install the device inside a cargo box beneath the bed.

Ideally, a night heater needs to be reachable from the ground for easy installation and servicing.

Moreover, the heater needs to be within 6 feet of its fuel source.

The location from which air inlet sucks in cold air ought to be odor-free.

This may imply finding an alternative home for your shop rags, oil jugs or laundry basket.

3) Drill holes

Use the template of the kit and a center punch to demarcate the locations of needed holes: combustion air, wiring harness, and ductwork.

Before drilling, place the night heater in the area where you want to mount it, to ensure there is adequate clearance between any hidden structural elements or electrical components and your intended drilling.

Remove the night heater and cut the holes using a drill and properly sized hole-saw bits.

As you drill the holes, always blow away loose shavings.

4) Assemble heater, fuel pump

Fix the night heater to its mounting bracket, wiring harness, air-intake tubes, exhaust and any covers that would be unreachable after installation.

In accordance with the manufacturer’s guidelines, connect the fuel pump and hoses.

But, do not install either component yet.

5) Mount fuel pick-up pipe

Search for an unused threaded opening or mounting plate on top of your fuel tank.

In case one is unavailable, clean off and mark an area for drilling, utilizing the kit’s template.

Apply grease on a correctly sized drill bit and make a guide hole.

Greasing aids in preventing the shavings from getting into the tank.

Repeat the procedure using a hole-saw, drilling in at a slight angle.

Halt the drilling before you separate the center from the tank.

Using a small screwdriver, pry up the loose face of this newly created slug, then use pliers to grab it and wiggle till you detach the remaining slice of metal.

Measure the distance between the hole and the tank’s bottom then cut the fuel pipe such that it will reach within 2 inches of the bottom of the fuel tank when installed.

Using the hardware provided, mount the pick-up pipe but be keen not to drop any debris into the fuel tank.

6) Mount heater and combustion tubes

Put the night heater above the large hole in the surface of the mounting place, threading the exhaust and intake tubes via the opening.

Once you have appropriately positioned the unit, anchor it using the self-tapping screw accompanying the kit.

Put a rubber grommet into the small utilized for wiring, then insert the harnesses from the night heater via the opening.

Fasten the flexible exhaust pipe to various solid supports beneath the mounting location, making sure there is an even spacing of the mounting clamps.

Ensure to keep the pipe away from any heat-sensitive substance such as rubber or plastic.

You should tilt the end of the pipe slightly downward.

Repeat the procedure with the intake tube, directing it away from the exhaust.

Make sure you turn the open end of the tube down to reduce the introduction of airborne debris and water.

You should also secure the intake tube with several clamps.

7) Route the ductwork

You will probably need to fit two air ducts: An inlet that sucks in cold air for heating and a heat outlet.

Basically, you should place the two inside the cab or sleeper for the case of a truck.

Based on your installation, you can, nonetheless, get air from the housing of the night heater, provided space is clean and odor-free.

Most manufacturers provide a sufficient quantity of flexible duct tubing with their night heaters.

Make sure you trim this material to suit your installation.

The tubing joins to a heat deflector or vent on the outlet side and a flange on the air inlet side.

You should mount each air duct in a suitably sized hole, which you can best bore using a drill and hole-saw bit.

After you have routed the duct tubing, being careful to avoid potential crushing and sharp edges, fasten it to a nearby wall using nylon or plastic ties (issued in the kit).

8) Connect the fuel system

Install the fuel pump on support near the night heater, though it should be at least 3 inches away from the exhaust tube.

Route one hose to the pick-up tube fixed on the fuel tank and the other to the bottom of the night heater.

Allow some looseness in the hose of the pick-up tube to give room for movement in the cab suspension.

Make sure that you tightly butt together and seal with clamps all the hoses connections.

Use nylon ties to secure the hose.

Smear dielectric grease to the wire connections of the fuel pump, then insert them into the primary harness coming from the night heater.

9) Mount thermostat

Connect the wiring harness of the thermostat to the main harness of the night heater and direct the loose end to the location where you will install the thermostat.

Fasten the wiring at close spacing throughout its length by binding it using nylon ties.

Climate control panels usually have adequate space for a thermostat, even though they might possess underlying electrical parts that would be destroyed by drilling.

Ensure that your selected location is free of obstructions, then remove the front cover of the thermostat.

Hold the box in position while marking the required holes with a drill bit or an awl.

After making the holes successfully, you might need to slacken the mounting surface so you can reach behind and insert the wires of the thermostat.

Join the wires to the thermostat based on the manufacturer’s guidelines.

Fix the box to the mounting surface and return the front cover into position.

10) Connect to battery power

Direct the power wiring harness from the main harness of the night heater to the battery box.

Fasten and secure the wiring from chafing and movement using plenty of plastic loom or nylon ties.

Adhere to the manufacturer’s guidelines for joining the ground wires and lead to the battery set.

It is recommended you connect a 25-amp fuse on the positive wire.

Make sure that you tightly groove all connections and cover them using a battery terminal sealer.

11) Start the night heater

Confirm all connections for tightness then power on the thermostat.

The fuel pump needs to give a low clicking sound, and the night heater fan needs to spool up.

However, you should not be surprised in case the system fails to start.

You might need to switch the unit on and off a number of times to suck up sufficient fuel.

If it fails to power on after several attempts, shut down the control box after 30 to 40 seconds and allow the night heater go through its cool-down mode.

Redo the procedure after 5 minutes.

A night heater usually needs little servicing, but it is essential to inspect the unit regularly and maintain the mounting enclosure in a clean state.

Lack of use might result in problems.

For that matter, ensure to run the night heater once or twice during the warm season to avoid complications during the initial cold break.

Technical Specifications of Night Heaters

Night Heater

Night heater

· Model or brand

There exist various brands and models of night heater depending on the manufacturer.

Whenever you are considering buying a night heater, then consider established brands such as VVKB, Webastoand Eberspacher.

These manufacturers have a wide variety of night heaters at pocket-friendly prices, yet they still do not compromise on quality.

· Material for different components of Night Heaters

Most manufacturers use Nylon 66 to make the outer cover of night heater.

Fabricators prefer Nylon 66 due to its high strength and resistance to high temperature.

Nonetheless, you should ensure not to buy a night heater with a casing made from recycled Nylon, which is usually very cheap though not durable.

Alternatively, night heater producers at times opt for Aluminum A380 casing which is the best grade.

Stay away from those made of recycled aluminum because it can corrode or melt.

· Quality compliance

Before purchasing a night heater, confirm if it has gone through extensive testing and meets the quality standards of CE, RoHS, and FCC.

· Fuel consumption

Most manufacturers have optimized current night heaters for low fuel consumption.

The current units only need an average of 0.6 l/h – meaning about 0.3 l over 30 minutes.

Nevertheless, since there is no cold start, this rise in fuel use is balanced out.

· Heating capacity

Night heaters have the ability to heat the interior and engine compartment of vehicles.

Most of them have a heating capacity from 1kW to 5kW.

· Electrical consumption

Current night heater designs and models are made to be energy-efficient.

Some night heaters use as low as 15 watts during normal operation (6-7 Amps during initial start stage, then 1-2 Amps during continuous operation).

However, the power consumption on the specifications of the night heater you have chosen to buy.

· Dimensions

Night heaters come in varying dimensions depending on your budget.

You should go for a unit that is affordable yet efficient in all aspects.

Applications of Night Heaters

The night heater functions independently to the main engine and finds applications in several different types of locomotives.

Parking heater

Parking heater

Installation of night heater can be done in the following locomotives, depending on its thermal output:

  • Vehicles of all kinds including cars, trucks, pickups, vans, campervans, etc.
  • Construction machinery
  • Boats, ships, and yachts
  • Agricultural machinery

VVKB Night Heaters – Your Trusted Engine Heater, Parking Heater, and Fuel Heater Supplier

Formed in the U.S., Victor Industries Ltd. (VVKB) has risen to be an international leader in designing, fabricating and assembling engine heaters, fuel heaters, and night heaters.

VVKB heaters boost of exceptional quality and have passed several international tests.

The heaters are FCC, CE and RoHS compliant heaters that assure efficient and regular heating.

The main products by Victor Industries Ltd consist of Titan series engine heaters, Zeus series fuel heaters, and Apollo series night heaters.

Whether you own a small, midsize or luxury class van or car, VVKB got the ideal night heater for every kind of vehicle – for supreme feel-good comfort and more security.

The VVKB night heater is available in five performance classes.

Thus, you can also get exactly the perfect solution for your vehicle.

· Apollo-V1 Night Heater

The night heater utilizes diesel as a fuel and consumes approximately 0.14-0.25L/h of diesel.

You can switch the control panel between Celsius and Fahrenheit.

The night heater produces 50 decibels of noise when operating.

Apollo V1

Apollo V1

This type of night heater has a starting power of 90W, with 6W-40W operating power.

VVKB night heater works both when the vehicle is running or parked.

Technical DataHeat Output (KW/BTU)Fuel Consumption (L/hr./Gal/hr.)

Electrical Consumption

at 12V (amps)

Boost2.5 / 85000.252 / 0.0671.68
High2.2 / 75000.223 / 0.0591.46
Medium1.9 / 66000.194 / 0.0511.19
Low1.6 / 56000.165 / 0.0440.93
Ultra low1.3 / 46000.136 / 0.0360.77

· Apollo-V2 Night Heater

VVKB Apollo-V2 is a 5kW night heater which warms and inhibits possible re-icing of your car or truck windows guaranteeing an enjoyable and secure driving encounter.

Made of high-quality aluminum, plastic, and Nylon 66 parts, the device can sustain rough handling and conditions.

Apollo V2

Apollo V2

VVKB Apollo-V2 Diesel night Heater is an economical and thermally efficient car heating system that superbly fits in cars, campervans, trucks, among other types of locomotives for a peaceful and mist-free driving.

Technical DataHeat Output (KW/BTU)Fuel Consumption (L/hr./Gal/hr.)Electrical Consumption at 12V (amps)
Boost4.7 / 161000.475 / 0.1262.2
High4 / 136000.403 / 0.1071.93
Medium3.1 / 107000.315 / 0.0831.57
Low2 / 68000.201 / 0.0530.93
Ultra low1.4 / 49000.144 / 0.0360.77

· Apollo-C1 Night Heater

VVKB Apollo-C1 is a 12V night heater with a power rating of 5000W.

Its current rating is 3.2 Amps and has a heat output of 16000 BTU.

Apollo C1

Apollo C1

VVKB Apollo-C1 night heater has both remote control mode and manual control mode.

Rated Heating Discharge (KW/BTU)5/17000
Fuel UsedDiesel
Fuel Consumption (L/hr./Gal/hr.)0.5 / 0.132
Rated Voltage(V)12
Working Voltage(V)10-15
Power Consumption at 24V (amps)3
Weight(KGS/LB) 2.3/5.07
Dimension(mm/in)230 X 100 X 110/ 9.06 X 3.94 X 4.33

· Apollo-C2 Night Heater

Apollo-C2 is a water night heater that uses petrol as fuel.

Apollo-C2 utilizes the vehicle’s petrol that burns to generate the heat needed to increase the temperature of the cold water used for warming the vehicle.

Apollo C2

Apollo C2

This night heater model boasts of an efficient combustion system that releases virtually no soot and lightweight structure.

The VVKB Apollo-C2 night heater has a thermally efficient water pump that helps in the circulation of heat inside the engine system.

Additionally, this night heater version by VVKB has a low voltage protection and electronic control systems that ensure effective functioning.

Rated Heating Discharge (KW/BTU)5/17000
Fuel UsedDiesel/Gasoline
Fuel Consumption (L/hr./Gal/hr.)0.5 / 0.132
Rated Voltage(V)24
Working Voltage(V)18-32
Power Consumption at 24V (amps)1.5
Weight(KGS/LB) 2.3/5.07
Dimension(mm/in)230 X 100 X 110/ 9.06 X 3.94 X 4.33

· Apollo-C3 Night Heater

The VVKB Apollo-C3 is a 12kW diesel-water night heater that can warm both the engine and passenger section.

Apollo C2

Apollo C3

It utilizes your vehicle’s battery power and diesel to generate an adequate amount of heat.

VVKB Apollo-C3 night heater compact design makes it possible for you to install it within the engine compartment.

Technical specifications

  • Rate Voltage: 12V / 24V
  • Work Temperature: -40℃~+20℃
  • Fuel Type: Diesel Fuel.
  • Size: 310mm x 122mm x 115mm
  • Weight: 2.6kg
  • Certificate: CE, ROHS, FCC

Conclusion

Rather than freezing in the chilly winter, get right into a warmed up car – our wide range of night heaters offer you the deserved comfort during the winter season, even before you steer off.

That implies more enjoyable and safe driving: with a warm and comfortable interior, crystal-clear windows and windscreen and a preheated engine.

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