RVs with the Truma Combi Heating System

Truma is a company that manufactures innovative RV appliances of unparalleled quality. Started in 1949, the company’s roots began small but it has since grown into one of the leading RV appliance suppliers. Truma prides itself in 4 key objectives: 1) Quality, providing best in class products. 2) Innovation, their passion keeps shaping the future with innovative products. 3) Technology, American recreation powered by state-of-the-art technology. 4) Luxury, turning RV life into 5 star vacationing. 

Winnebago uses Truma appliances in a number of their RVs. The Winnebago Boldt, Era, Solis, and Travato all include the Truma Combi Eco Plus Heating System, the first forced-air furnace and water heater powered by propane. Continue reading to learn more about why the small footprint and versatility of the Truma Combi Heating System makes it the perfect option for these Winnebago Camper Vans.

Whether sightseeing in spring, camping in the fall or adventuring in winter, you can expect all of the comforts of home with the reliability and efficiency of a Truma heater. These heaters are lightweight and compact, making them perfect for RVs with limited space, and are also nearly silent and extremely economical to run.

Truma Combi heaters combine two functions in one appliance by both warming the living area of your RV and heating water in its integrated stainless steel tank. By combining the functions of both a water heater and furnace, significant space is saved since only one appliance is needed rather than two.  The heater runs in gas mode for self-sufficient use, in electrical mode at a camp site and in mixed mode when outside temperatures are low.

Additional Advantages of the Truma Combi Eco Plus Heating System Include:

Near Silent Operation

  • Infinitely variable speed forced air fan
  • Two-stage burner

Lightweight and Space Saving  

  • Combines forced air furnace and water heater
  • Approximately the dimensions of 6 gallon water heater
  • 12” (30cm) high X 21” (53cm) long
  • Weight 35lbs (16kg)

Constant Temperature

  • Less variation in temperature due to microprocessor control of burner and fan speed
  • Temperature sensor mounted independent of Truma CP plus Control
  • Ducted system provides better heating characteristics to cold areas
  • 14,300 BTU/h (4.2 kW) heating output

Electric Option

  • 110V AC power with two heating elements
  • Quiet and efficient water and forced air heating
  • Option to combine propane and electricity

Superior Efficiency

  • Tube-in-Tube exhaust and combustion air intake (Preheats combustion air and cools exhaust)
  • Constant temperature monitoring (Microprocessor adjusts flame and fan and reduced propane and electrical power required)
  • Uses very little electricity – Averages 12V DC power consumption 1.6 amps

Robust and Reliable

  • Over 65k units/year globally
  • Maintenance free operation (no anode)
  • Advanced simple to use Truma CP plus Control panel

 To find out more about the Truma Combi Eco Plus Heating System found in the Winnebago Boldt, Era, Solis and Travato, contact a Lichtsinn RV Consultant Today.

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