INSULATED HIGH POWER DIESEL HYDRONIC HOT WATER FOR COMMERICAL INSTALLATION, FOOD TRUCKS or LARGER OFF GRID APPLICATIONS
The DH30-M12 is our largest and most powerful hydronic system for applications which need a lot of hot water and have space for a larger system.
The awesome M12 furnace from Eberspacher modulates it’s heat output from 1.2 to 12kW, so the DH30-M12 works to avoid excessive cycling, but can provide a lot of heat when needed.
The DH30-M12 is sold pre assembled and tested for easy installation. The kit includes the genuine Eberspacher installation kit with wiring, fuel line, exhaust, inlet air silencer and on/off switch. The Eberspacher Easy Start Select controller can also be purchase separately.
The DH30-M12 has the following features
- All 316 stainless steel, suitable for boats, commercial kitchens, food trucks etc.
- Insulated dual skin tank retains heat for efficient operation
- Pre assembled and tested for easy installation
- Fast heat up time, around 8min from cold
- Integrated air heating (optional)
- Includes tempering valve to ensure hot water is always delivered at safe temperatures
- Watermark approved plate heat exchanger and tempering valve meet regulatory requirements for installation in domestic hot water systems.
Pair the DH30-M12 with one or more Bricor Elite shower head for a luxurious 4-5L/min showers.
By adding in a Kalori fan heads, the DH30-M12 diesel hot water becomes an effective air heater, and can be the heart of an extensive hydronic system including air heating, heated towel rails, radiator panels or underfloor heating.
Time to useable hot water from cold start: 8min
Time to fully hot: 12min
Regeneration time between showers: 4min
Length of shower assuming 30 degree temp rise using Dieselheat shower heads:
Bricor UltraMax 2.5L/min @ 40PSI: >15min
Bricor Elite 4L/min @ 40PSI: >15min
Length of time the system can achieve a 30 deg temperature rise:
4L/min – >15min
5L/min – >15min
6L/min – >10min
These numbers are all affected by ambient temperature, installation layout and assume no concurrent air heating, so should be taken as a guide.