RV Comfort Systems has upgraded its “Stand-A-Lone” all-electric forced air furnace to operate with a high voltage blower, according to a press release.
With the new upgrade, the unit no longer needs a 12-VDC supply from a converter to run the blower side of the furnace. However, the furnace still operates with the company’s UL Certified, RVIA compliant controller and electric heater modules, which will help OEMs reduce parts inventory costs.
Park Model builder Stone Canyon Lodge, Haleyville, Ala., is now offering the new all-electric furnace as a factory installed option in their cabins. Along with the compactness of this new heater, it also gives the coach builder the flexibility to place the furnace out of the way in a small space at the bottom of a closet or cabinet as opposed to a gas furnace, which requires an outside wall because of the flue.
RV Comfort Systems, based in Bothell, Wash., is an OEM patent holder for the CheapHeat All Electric Furnace and Add-On RV Heating systems.