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Oil Pan Heater, 150W, 190-240V

Oil Pan Heater, 150W, 190-240V
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Oil Pan Heater, 150W, 190-240V

Feel confident that your generator will perform in sub-freezing weather. When the temperature falls below a determined level, the thermostat activates the oil pan heater for optimum battery temperature.

*Starting price in US dollars. Does not include generator, installation, automatic transfer switch or costs to export outside the US.

Features

* Improve cold weather starting, and reduce engine wear.

Features

Kit includes oil pan heater to increase oil temperatures in cold climates. Oil pan heater is connected to thermostat for controlled heating. Recommended for generators installed in regions where the temperature regularly falls below 0 degrees C (32 degrees F)

Specifications

Accessory Type Oil Pan Heater Kit
Dimensions 203 mm x 102 mm x 76 mm (8 in. x 4 in. x 3 in.)
Weight 2 lbs. (0.91 kg)
Name Oil Pan Heater, 150W, 190-240V

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