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September 2020

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38 | Overdrive | September 2020 SPOTLIGHT INCAB HEATERS BY DEAN SMALLWOOD Peterbilt no-idle fuel-fired heater Peterbilt offers a factory-installed no-idle fuel-fired heater on its Model 579 and 567 trucks equipped with 44-, 58-, 72- and 80-inch sleepers. The self- contained system includes an underbunk heater, fan-powered circulation and a digital control panel mounted in the sleeper. The system doesn't require a plug-in energy source. It is complemented by a low-voltage disconnect that automatically disconnects non-vital battery loads at low power and automatically reconnects them when the batteries reach a sufficient charge. peterbilt.com Aqua-Hot 12-volt cabin heaters Aqua-Hot's AH-100 and AH-200 cabin heaters are 12-volt DC auxiliary heating systems that come with a rigid mounting bracket designed for 180-degree rotation. They have a locking clamp support and an integrated variable-speed fan switch. They are built with high-strength nylon housing, weigh 3.5 pounds and are 9.5 inches wide, 5.5 inches deep and 5.5 inches high. The AH-100 draws 0.5 amps and provides a maximum 4,000 Btu/h and a fan output of 100 cfm. The AH-200 draws up to 2 amps and provides a maximum 6,000 Btu/h and a fan output of 200 cfm. aquahot.com Webasto vehicle heaters Webasto's Air Top 2000 ST vehicle heater uses as little as one gallon of fuel in 22 hours. The CARB-approved and EPA SmartWay-verified device is designed for quiet operation. It provides full diagnostics with a PC interface and high heat output in a compact design. The Air Top 2000 ST has a maxi- mum heat output of 7,000 Btu/h and is available in 12- and 24-volt diesel or gasoline models. The company's Air Top Evo 40 and Air Top Evo 55 heaters incorporate an automatic cold-start system and are built to be quieter and have lower power consumption due to a redesigned fuel pump. Multiple heaters can be combined to heat larger areas. The Air Top Evo 40 has a maximum heat out- put of 13,650 Btu/h, and the Air Top Evo 55 has a maximum heat output of 18,800 Btu/h. Both models are available in 12- and 24-volt diesel or 12-volt gasoline models. All three heaters are designed for easy installation. webasto-products.com

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