Safer Cabin Heat

About the Benefits
  • Overview
  • Getting rid of the heat
  • Heat - the top end killer
  • More power per cubic inch
  • Better performance and fuel economy
  • Radiator technology - past and present
  • Shock cooling - Problem solved!
  • The secret to achieving longer TBOs
  • Flying faster on the same power - reducing cooling drag
  • Side benefits - Safer cabin heat
  • Dispelling the Myths

  • Fresh - warm air

    How many of you really use your cabin heat system? For those of you that do - are you ever concerned about the possibility of carbon monoxide poisoning?

    And for those that fly twin engine aircraft - how is that love-hate relationship going with your avgas fired cabin heater?

    If there is one basic area were we would all feel better it is in having a safe source of cabin heat to keep us and our passengers warm and comfortable on those cold days or nights.

    Virtually all existing cabin heat systems for single engine aircraft derive the heat source by running outside cold air over the exhaust system in order to provide cabin heat. For twin engine aircraft the cabin heat source is often an avgas fired heater - many of which have complex operating instructions or limitations on when they can be used.

    A liquid cooled engine can provide a safe and reliable source of cabin heat utilizing a small air-water heat exchanger just like we have in our automobles. With an air-water heater exchanger system you no longer have to be concerned with carbon monoxide poisoning, nor do you need to take into account the fuel that is used by an avgas burning cabin heat system.

    Imaging - just turn on your cabin heat and be comfortable without worrying about detecting carbon monoxide or whether or not the avgas heater was shutdown prior to landing.

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