Added ducting (silver) improves circulation considerably. Cool air intake (vertical) draws from below bunk. Hot air blows (along ceiling) toward rear of habitat. Electric mattress warmer doesn‘t use much battery power but adds a lot of comfort.
(Gray foam is removed during use of heater. White...
That‘s the original chimney/exhaust pipe. The extent of an odor nuisance would depend on wind speed and direction. I agree that a longer pipe would likely help. RVers sometimes attach a tall exhaust to their generators, especially at a rally where they are jammed close together.
Yes, it’s a LOT of heat! I never timed it but the heater doesn’t need to run very long. Thanks for doing the math.
I should have marked them but pretty sure the thinner one is from the wall and the thicker one is from the floor.
Someone saw our ad on another forum and asked:
“Hi - what would you say the your truck's minimum temperature capability is for semi normal habitation? Not the truck chassis but the living quarters.”
My answer was:
“As long as you’ve got plenty of diesel, the 60,000 BTU military heater should...
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