Propex Heater

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no point finding another kind of ignition ,you still need a fan

my favourite heater of all ,if i had room ,i'd have one . no electric needed . they're brilliant and you can put a fan on if you want
 

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Hi I agree with thread 22. In our last 4 mohos we had the fire heater as shown. Warmed up quick. Could be used without fan saving leisure battery Ideal for wet clothes hanging in front/ above. To dry. Never had it on long. Soon warmed up Moho. Never rated the diesel heater Noisy/ fan used to much battery. But then everyone to there own preferences. Brian. Ps. Now starting to like the alde heating.
 

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Hi I agree with thread 22. In our last 4 mohos we had the fire heater as shown. Warmed up quick. Could be used without fan saving leisure battery Ideal for wet clothes hanging in front/ above. To dry. Never had it on long. Soon warmed up Moho. Never rated the diesel heater Noisy/ fan used to much battery. But then everyone to there own preferences. Brian. Ps. Now starting to like the alde heating.
What is alde heating? :unsure:
 

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in my last van i had a webasto which went wrong , so i put in a Morco , very similar to the Carver . found it got the van warm in the same amount of time, then turned it down to pilot which kept us nice and cosy . totally silent too . fixed the webasto and flogged it with no regrets . main problem with them is they need a hole in the floor about 250x125mm for the balanced flue ,and they're quite large . the advantage of the Propex is you can get it in very small spaces and no messing with the diesel tank
 

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Speak to these people very helpful
Propex Heating and Leisure Ltd
+44(0) 333 0110 488
There the ones who make them

I have one in my old Talbot blood good
 

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no point finding another kind of ignition ,you still need a fan

my favourite heater of all ,if i had room ,i'd have one . no electric needed . they're brilliant and you can put a fan on if you want
Yeah,
I’ve got a similar one,,,
I’m taking it out-
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Nothing at all, Working Fine, Been Serviced last year when I had the Habitation Check done.
I just don’t like it 🤷🏻‍♂️
I’m ‘Seriously’ contemplating getting rid of my Alde System (See OTHER Thread) as it although it works absolutely fine on 230v Heating Water & The 2 Radiators, it doesn’t work on gas, & it might only take £50 to fix, Or might be £250 !.
& with my luck at the moment i just want Reliability
 
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Bambi had a gas 1600 per pex fitted in a bed bin and my daughters auto sleeper had one outside underslung.
Bambi 1600 was power hungry 12 v 2amps ph and gas run out alot with 7.5 kg bottle
So big battery's and big gas bottle is a must.
Ive gone with water rad heaters from bobil vans near me and from 5kw diesel blow heater and big battery for sprinter gonna get two 1 at each end £100 each as its lwb 7 meters
 

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