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Caframo Pali 400 W Engine Compartment Heater with Dual Fan Forced Impinged Air Technology
Protect your engine against freeze damage and continue boating into the cooler months with safe, ignition-protected engine compartment heaters. Ideal for heating bilge/engine compartments, Pali BilgeSafe Heaters utilize energy-efficient, self-regulating PTC heating elements that cannot overheat and meet all requirements for ignition protection. In addition to protecting engines, these heaters also benefit batteries by combatting cold temperatures that can shorten battery life. Red LED indicates when the heater is running and heating the engine compartment. Each heater includes a quick-release mounting plate for easy installation and removal. Economical model 300 begins heating as soon as it is plugged in, while the 300T utilizes an internal, hermetically-sealed thermostat that turns the heater on at 45°F (7°C) and off at 65°F (18°C). Continually protects up to an 80 cuft engine compartment at -4F outside ambient temperature.
Omnidirectional Airflow - Air flows in all directions to more evenly distribute warth throughout engine compartment.
Safe Thermostat - Automatic thermostat activates when engine compartment temperature drops to 45F maintaining the temperature well above freezing, protecting all engine components.
Impinged Air Technology - Enables integration of Omnidirectional Airflow and Dual Airflow Redundancy within a compact design that fits in most engine compartments.
Dual Airflow Redundancy - Twin fans increase the reliability of the Pali ensuring yoru engine is protected during a cold snap.
Quick Release Bracket Included - The positive lock bracket mounts to any flat surface. Pali can be attached easily or removed quickly to store.
5" (H) X 9" (W) X 5" (D)
120V AC, 60Hz, 400W (1365 BTU's)
Draw - Start-up: 9A, Run: 3.4A
20' 18AWG Heater Grade Cord, Quick Mount Bracket
2 Year Warranty
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