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This particular model of heater is able to operate efficiently, consuming just 4.08l/h of fuel on average. With a nominal heating duty of 24.8kW, the unit′s maximum air flow (1,450m³/h) ensures areas up to 600m³ in size can be sufficiently warmed.

The ID35 runs on gas oil and requires a 230V power supply in order to function. Weighing 58kg, this wheel-mounted product can be effortlessly relocated whenever necessary, making it ideal for a wide range of applications.

Once stationed in a selected area, the heater can be commissioned almost instantly, and can be supplied complete with an external thermostat if desired.

  • Safe and easy to use
  • Robust construction
  • Quiet operation
  • Economical
  • Runs on low cost fuel
  • 15 hours heating on single tank
  • Very reliable
  • Direct fired
  • Totally portable
  • Delivers large volumes of warm air
  • Building Sites
  • Retail and car showrooms
  • Exhibition halls
  • Marquees
  • Factories
  • Agricultural Locations
  • Warehouses
  • Garages
  • Food prep areas
  • Clothing manufactures
  • Sports halls and leisure centres
  • Churches
Nominal heating duty
24.8 kW 84617 btu
Duct length (max)
8 metres
Air flow (max)
1450 m3/h
Duct size
1 x 300 mm
Power supply
230 V 1ph 50Hz Run 1.5A
Fuel Tank Capacity
40 lts
Noise level (max)
75 dBA @ 1 metre
Fuel Consumption
4.08 l/h
58 kg (95 kg fuelled)
Typical heated area
600 m3
1250 x 490 x 690 mm
Fuel type
Gas Oil
External thermostat option
Dimensions (L x W x H)
1250 x 490 x 690 mm
Plug type
BS1363 230 V
Flue size (min)
1 mt x 150mm

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