- (1) 110,000 BTU HVF110 Indirect Fired Diesel Heater
- (1) 12″ duct adapter
- (1) 12″ x 25′ flexible duct
- (1) 50′ analog thermostat (max temp. 110 degrees F)
- (1) Flue duct kit
- 110,000 BTUs(Input)
- 91,900 BTUs(Output)
- Capable of increasing temperatures by 40 degrees in tents up to 1,048 square feet with an average ceiling height of 10 feet
- Fuel consumption rate is approximately .80 gallons per hour
- 17.2 gallon tank capacity
- Weight w/out fuel, 100 lbs
- 25′ Max duct length
- Heat exchanger to keep exhaust gas and heated air separate
- Tie-down brackets
- Fuel cap with gauge
- Preheated fuel filter
- Powerful fans ensure high static pressure
- Long life stainless steel combustion chamber
- Electronic flame control
- Water resistant flame control box
- Automatic safety and control devices
- Thermostat for constant temperature control
- Durable powder coated finish
- CSA Certified
- Manufacturer-Heat Wagon
PLEASE NOTE: Power requirements are (1) 15 amp circuit breaker/standard wall outlet. The heater must be connected to a generator if run remotely. Inverters cannot withstand the initial Amp draw required to start the machine.
An indirect-fired forced air diesel heater is a common choice for temperature control on construction sites, outdoor events, and other spaces requiring temporary heat. The Heat Wagon HVF110 has the capacity to quickly to make your space comfortable for occupants. The heater can be installed for temporary use indoors or outdoors. If installed indoor, the flue must be vented to the outdoors by an HVAC professional. Heat Drying: Heater promotes rapid evaporation, and the moisture-laden air is continuously evacuated outside through strategic openings in the space; the water removal rates far exceed that of typical portable dehumidifiers. Building Heating: The heater is capable of increasing temperatures by 40 degrees in structures up to 1,700 sq. ft. with standard 8′ ceiling height; depending on factors such as building envelope, air handling units for air distribution, and other factors. Tent Heating: Since tents have lower insulation values, capacity is reduced. This heater is capable of heating up to 1,038 square feet tents with 10′ ceiling heights, raising the temperature 40 degrees above outside temps.
The Heat Wagon 110,000 BTU forced air diesel heater, model HVF110 will cycle itself off and on to maintain the desired temperature when using the optional thermostat. Indirect-fired heat means all products of combustion are expelled out of a flue stack, while fresh clean air runs across the heated chamber, and is delivered to the space. Unlike direct-fired “barrel” type systems, there are no exposed flames or fumes. To learn more about indirect fired heaters, watch our video here.
Our professional team has made all things related to building heat our expertise, and we are proud to provide a wide variety of forced air diesel heaters. Regardless of what kind of portable heater you need, we offer top quality models with all of the accessories needed for optimal performance. Our technical team has an advanced understanding of the HVF110 indirect-fired heaters. We have found products that offer a good balance of both effectiveness, price and are reinforced for high volume use. In addition to heaters, we can help you find the right dehumidifiers, air movers, air scrubbers, and accessories for a variety of needs you may encounter. We have strategic partnerships with manufacturers across the country and can ensure fast delivery of the equipment when and where you need it. Click to see our full line of Climate Control products.
Ron Karger (verified owner) –
This unit was exactly what we needed to heat an indoor structure without CO2 getting into the building. When dealing with epoxy paints we need to keep any CO2 fumes away from the area to avoid amine blush and this was the perfect solution.