The fuel-efficient Cub 300HD from Wacker Neuson offers low operating costs by producing more heat from fuel consumed. Boasting an 81-percent net heater efficiency, the Cub 300HD offers a maximum heat input of 302,000 Btu per hour. The fan produces a strong 0.8-inch water column static pressure and an airflow rate of 2,600 cubic feet per minute.
The unit runs on kerosene, No. 1, No. 2 or winter blend diesel fuel. This indirect fired heater has no open flame, which does not introduce combustion by products or water into the supply air. The Cub 300HD produces clean, dry, healthy heat creating a warm environment for a variety of construction, residential and restoration applications. Additional features include two air outlets that support 12-inch ductwork, tie-down points for safe and easy transport and pneumatic tires.
“The Cub 300HD now offers a larger fuel tank with a true 24-hour run time and increased mobility,” says Ken Cannella, product manager of climate control for Wacker Neuson. “Also, the unit features a robust undercarriage design for the demands of the rental market and a simple burner design that is easy to service in the field.”
Verified by Ken Cannella, product manager of climate control for Wacker Neuson.
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Heat input: 302,000 Btu per hour
Airflow rate: 2,600 cubic feet per minute