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Old 09-07-2014, 10:16   #1
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ESPAR/Eberspacher Airtronic D5 12V

New ESPAR/Eberspacher Airtronic DV5 12V diesel forced air heating system for sale. See below for a list of all the included items. Never installed. I am selling my boat and no longer have a need for this. Asking $2,250.

Item - Part #
Airtronic D5 - 52361050000
Boat Kit (includes miniature controller)- 248999000000
EDiTH Basic diagnostic test unit - 221541890000
Glow Plug 12V - 251830010100
Glow Plug Screen - 251729060300
Muffler - 251226895600
Temperature Sensor - 251688890900
Screen 4"/100mm - 251729890005
Screen (2 ea) - 251729800001
Connector 4"/100mm - 251226890040
Flex Duct 6' x 4"/100mm - 102114380000
90 degree Air Outlet Hood - 251729891000
Metal T-connector 4"/100mm - 201667890300
Duct Joiner (10 ea) 4"/100mm - 221000010007
Air Outlet (2 ea) 4"/100mm - 201609800900
Exhaust Tubing/Water Hose Ring (3 ea) - 221000501001
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Old 09-07-2014, 16:02   #2
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Re: ESPAR/Eberspacher Airtronic D5 12V

SuperV,

Interested but not having gotten than far in my purchase yet I don't know the full parking list. Is anything significant to the install not included, excluding labor of course?

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Old 09-07-2014, 16:42   #3
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Re: ESPAR/Eberspacher Airtronic D5 12V

The most significant pieces are the unit itself, the boat kit (the heater can also be used in trucks/cars - for boats there is a wiring harness, diesel pickup tube with some poly tubing, a mini controller and some other stuff), the muffler and the temperature sensor. The EDiTH unit is for diagnostics - not strictly needed, but good to have if you're offshore or in a country with little or no support. The listed glow plug is a spare. The rest are parts to move the air - you'll have to figure out where you will install to see if they are sufficient. I bought enough to safely get the air away from the Airtronic initially. After that the plan was to get either aluminum or sheet-metal ducting from a home improvement center for the rest and connect them via the ten joiners. For example, in my mind it's best to use a place that is midpoint between outlets if you plan on having two. Otherwise somewhere you can get fresh air and route the exhaust close-by. An aft lazarette would be ideal in view of exhaust gases. You will also want to make sure that the duct runs are as straight as possible - no tight bends other than the connectors. For more details read the install instructions.
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Re: ESPAR/Eberspacher Airtronic D5 12V

When did you buy the unit?


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When did you buy the unit?


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