My understanding is that cabin
heaters that draw in air from outside the cabin
, use it for burning are producing a much drier heat than those who use the cabin air. Does anyone know if that is negligible or a big deal?
I am planning to use a cabin heater to extend the season and to dry out the cabin and clothes after a wet day. Should be diesel
and small enough for a Tartan 34C.
heaters (e.g. The Newport) only have this closed air system for their propane
heaters but not the diesel.
Does anyone know which heater has this?
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