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FS: truma S3002 K heating system

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Old February 24th 06, 12:46 PM posted to uk.rec.caravanning
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Default FS: truma S3002 K heating system

probably off topic for the caravan group, but i know motor caravanners read

i'm changing the heating system in my motorhome (self build coachbuilt) to a
wet central heating system,

So the Truma S3002K gas fired, convection and full blown air heating system
i bought brand new last year is being sold to partly pay for the eberspacher
water heater i've just bought.

This is the K series heater, approved by the TUV and all that for fitting in
a motorhome and for use whilst on the move, it's not the normal basic
version fitted as standard to caravans and UK motorhomes (has half a dozen
safety features, auto 12 volt ignition, re-ignition, voltage shut downs,
flame out shut downs and so on)

It's got the latest blown air fan on the back, speed control on the heater
it's self, slate grey front panel, and absolutely everything is included to
fit and have this heater up and running (anyone who has even thought of
buying an S series heater from truma will know it's a nightmare, you buy the
basic heat exchanger and burner parts, then need to add a front panel, blown
air fan, flue terminals (of which they are special ones for the K series to
ensure the flue draws in upto 80 mph winds) the flue piping, hot air piping,
outlets, T pieces and so on, so what seems like a 300 quid heater in their
catalouge turns out to be a 600+ quid heater when you've bougth all the
parts needed to actually use the thing)

i've got things like the intake air extension fitting to allow this heater
to be fitted on a plinth or in a double floor motorhome (underfloor lockers
over where you want to put the heater) clips for the flue pipe, hot air
ducting, shut off mid duct fitting (i had a duct to my shower cubicle which
could be isolated or the ducting to it turned on to blow hot air around the
cubicle when i used it as a clothes drying room)

Instructions for fitting, use, and all the paperwork that came with the
heater, all that's needed to be added by the person who buys this heater is
an 8mm gas pipe and a 12 volt supply, plus a couple of holes for the heater,
ducting etc, you can have the holes from my van for free if you want

http://www.kampenwagen.co.uk/sale.htm is a full write up of the heater,
photo's and a list of everything that's included,

I'm selling this as a full heating package, and will not split any parts
from it, as at the moment i have absolutely everything needed to install
this heater, so it's sold as a complete van heateing system.


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