22,000 BTU Auxiliary Heater
The JEGS 70622 2-speed auxiliary heater assembly is an ideal way to plumb heating and defrost capabilities into your vehicle. The 2-speed fan and adjustable louver flaps let you tailor the heat to your needs. Don't let cold weather stop you from enjoying your vehicle.
- Overall dimensions: 10 1/4 in. L x 7 3/4 in. W x 9 1/2 in. H
- Low: 15,000 BTU at 200 CFM using 4 Amps
- High: 22,000 BTU at 325 CFM using 9 Amps
- Heater louvers are adjusted by roller wheels
- This assembly makes use of the engine's coolant. You will have to tap into the engine's cooling system for exit and return lines.
- Fan wiring length: 24 in.
- The fan must be wired into vehicle's wiring
- Both mounting pads feature four holes
- The top housing, secured by 8 Philips screws, can be rotated to suit your cockpit needs
The Perfect Compact Heater for Hot Rods
JEGS Hot Rod Heaters will keep you warm on those cold days, simply connect plumbing and wiring directly to your cooling system for immediate heat. The blower unit blows fresh air through the heat exchanger, elevating the air temperature, which then exits through the outlet louvers adding strong and consistent heat to any vehicle. You can even use these auxiliary heaters as an economical alternative to replacing a worn-out or hard-to-reach heater core. Heaters are available in a variety of sizes and styles with multiple speeds and adjustable settings. Defroster and Louver/Vent kits are available separately.
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