Wallas 40CC Cabin Heater 4.0kw
Fuel: Light heating oil, diesel, paraffin
Operating voltage: Voltage 12 V (battery) or 230V (mains adaptor)
Fuel consumption: 0.16-0.4l/h 3.9-9.6l/24h
Electricity consumption: 0.2-0.4A = 4.8-9.6A h/24h
Temperature control: Automatic thermostat (manual adjustment also possible)
Activation: Manual, 1-week timer switch or cell phone (SMS message)
Recommended room area: 60-90m2
$2700 (inc GST)
Grey front $290
The Wallas 40CC heater is ideal for heating a space of approx. 60-90 m2. The temperature range is from 1600 to 4000 W, and the temperature can be adjusted by using an automatic inbuilt room thermostat.
Thanks to the laminar burn process, the heater is environmentally very friendly and silent in operation.
Preheat your cottage
- Enter into your warm, cosy cottage. Wallas is easy to operate from your phone touch screen, pad, or computer –whichever suits best.
- Preheating is possible by the help of Wallas Remote Control System 4430.
Dry heat keeps your windows clear
- In addition to clear windows, dry heat keeps your linen dry.
- All burning processes creates moisture (water) as a result of a chemical reaction. In the case of Wallas, all moisture is directed out of the room, as the whole process is totally closed. That’s why Wallas heat is dry.
- With the average consumption (2.8 dl/hour) of Wallas 40 CC, a 30 litre fuel tank will heat your cottage for almost 5 days.
- At the same time the power consumption (0.3 amps/hour) is only approx. 43 amps.
Two elegant colours
- Graphite gray is a pure and beautiful color option.
- The other option is brown pine silhouette. It gives a nice and soft feeling.
- The heater can be installed either directly through the wall or to the chimney. The installation options are described in the additional information section on the left side of this page. Read more here.
- The fuel tank is easy to place for example under the cottage (the heater includes 3 meter flexible fuel line as a standard; a 2m extension as an accessory). The other option is to buy Wallas’ fuel tank socket case.