8L water heater

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  1. Stormbird

    Stormbird Newcomer
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    Is any windy out there currently using an 8L water heater and if so how is it performing
    I've just ordered one
    Thanks Guys and girls
     
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  2. Lewis

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    Mine is awesome, which one did you order


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  3. Green Pro Clean Ltd

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    No. Im running a 6L at present. Doing a sound job.
     
  4. HALTON

    HALTON Well-Known Member
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    Any liknks you guys as I am looking
    Also how you get rid of the fumes ?
    Thanks
     
  5. rcproperty

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    we use a eccotemp L5 heater. 5l ones is more than enough for what window cleaners need.
     

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  6. rcproperty

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    by keeping the doors open
     
  7. HALTON

    HALTON Well-Known Member
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    Hi yes thanks you said on another thread but my van has van ports so doors are shut this is why I am asking how to vent it
    Thanks
     
  8. rcproperty

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    then you will need to cut vents into you van and have ducting out
     
  9. HALTON

    HALTON Well-Known Member
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    Thanks yes this is what I thought I'm just wondering if as my van is the old style dispatch on the passenger side there is like a plastic vent in the floor at the back this is were my hoses come out I wonder if a duct would fit down this vent.
    Any ideas how big the ducts are.
    Cheers
     
  10. rcproperty

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    no that wont do it, it would have to go straight up or through the side of the van,
    pipe would be about 4inches round.
     
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