Oil heater fan IDE 50
The indirectly fired oil heater fan IDE 50 provides clean and dry hot air
Indirectly fired air heaters such as the oil heater fan IDE 50 are an ideal solution to provide large amounts of clean and dry hot air, as is required for the heating of construction sites, marquees, exhibition halls, workshops or stables.
Longer outdoor applications are no problem for the oil heater fan IDE 50, because it is provided with a durable housing made of doubly coated material, borne by a smooth-running carriage construction with cable holders and installed fuel tank.
When employing the optionally available flue gas discharge, this heating device can also be flexibly used for the fully automatic heating of closed rooms.
A thermostat with digital dual display for actual and nominal value is permanently installed for temperature control; in addition, an external thermostat with a 25-metre connection cable can optionally also be supplied in case the oil heater fan is to be positioned away from the area to be heated.
The firing of the IDE 50 can variably be realized with diesel or fuel oil, the constant supply of which is ensured by a high-quality Danfoss injection pump. The external fuel filter enables easy access and the current amount of fuel can conveniently be read from the integrated tank filling level indication.
IDE indirect oil heaters – maximum heating power, clean warmth
The indirect oil heaters of the IDE series are ideally suited for rooms in which ventilation is only possible to a certain extent, but which still are to be used by people and animals. They are also a good choice for speeding up construction drying as well as in rooms where there is a fire hazard due to combustible substances.
In case of indirect heaters, the air to be heated is completely isolated from the combustion chamber.
The air is heated while flowing past the enlarged area of the combustion chamber, the heat exchanger. To be sure, the fan blowing out warm air also provides the required combustion air, but the combustion products are led away into the open air through a chimney.
Thus, in order to obtain both clean and dry warmth, we recommend using an indirect heater.
Unlike direct heaters, they do not emit any combustion products or water vapour into the room air, provided that the optionally available flue gas discharge is used.
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Special equipment features
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A few practical benefits:
- Particularly economic solution for standard oil heating
- Integrated fuel tank with filling level indication
- Electronic flame trap
- Overheating protection
- Stainless steel combustion chamber
- Integrated thermostat with dual display for actual and nominal value
- Connection for external thermostat
- Carriage for easy change of location
Heat requirement calculation
In a few steps to the matching heating capacity. Calculate the heat demand required for heating our rooms – with our practical online calculator.
All IDE oil heater fans in direct comparison:
To find the oil heater fan which exactly meets your requirements, please consult the concise overview of all oil heater fans of the IDE series from Trotec, which we’re providing to you here so that you can compare them directly to each other.
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|Method of heating indirect|
|Method of heating direct|
|Air flow rate|
|Level Max. [m³/h]||2,000|
|Nominal heat output|
|Level Max. [kW]||50|
|Level Max. [kcal]||44,100|
|Level Max. [°C]||95|
|Mains connection||230 V, 50 Hz|
|Current consumption [A]||3.2|
|Power input [kW]||0.9|
|Heating capacity [kW]||50|
|Connection plug||CEE 7/7|
|Cable length [m]||1.1|
|Connection for external thermostat|
|Fuel feed||Danfoss pump|
|Level Max. [l/h]||4.8|
|Content in [l]||68|
|Diameter | Hose connection [mm]||400|
|Diameter | Chimney connection [mm]||150|
|Distance 1 m [dB(A)]||79|
|EL fuel oil|
|Low-sulphur EL fuel oil|
|Length (packaging excluded) [mm]||1,365|
|Width (packaging excluded) [mm]||600|
|Height (packaging excluded) [mm]||985|
|(packaging excluded) [kg]||60.5|
|Equipment, features and functions|
|Rubber-tyred metal wheels|
|Non-marking full-rubber wheels|