Wireless Tundra expands range of Master gas heaters

By Steve Ducker18 March 2015

Almost a year on from its launch on the European market, Master Climate Solutions’ battery powered Tundra gas heater Tundra establishing itself with construction crews, fitters and individual users.

Compact in size, quickly installed and able to operate with no power supply, it can be used in almost any conditions.

It features 10-16 kW power output and a 14.4 V lithium battery, enabling eight hours of continuous operation. After draining, the Master BAT3 can be fully recharged in just under an hour using the Master CHA battery charger.

For the user’s convenience, the heater can also be powered by a compatible Bosch battery. If wireless operation is not required, the same heater can be connected to the electrical grid. The company said its high efficiency and low running costs due to low energy consumption, which it described as 10% of the standard 16 kW model.

Master Climate Solutions has operations in Poland, Italy, Russia and China, backed up by a worldwide distribution network. Its products are widely used in construction, agriculture and logistics.


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