Ransome Fleet Solutions offer a cost effective, retro-fittable in saloon heating solution, using the Eberspacher Hydronic Heater.
Idea for installations in Bus & Coach, large or small. Why waste fuel idling the engine to keep warm? The Hydronic is tapped directly into the vehicles fuel system and a much more cost affective and efficient way to heat your vehicle.
Please contact us with your vehicle specification and we will send one of our engineers to evaluate the install so we can quote accordingly.
4 Power Stages, one size
The HYDRONIC guarantees low operating costs thanks to its excellent efficiency. An economic advantage that you will quickly come appreciate and that is good for the environment. The power stages are 16, 24, 30 or 35 kW versions (with the same interfaces).
There are no set maintenance intervals for the HYDRONIC.
Heating the nozzle tube ensures flowing and flammable fuel, even in extreme temperatures.
Optimum Combustion at every voltage
Electronic engine speed adjustment to the various supply voltages ensures an optimum fuel-air mixture at any time.
Greater comfort control
By controlling the water temperature at the heater inlet the heating medium temperature is kept almost constant throughout the system.
HYDRONIC bus heaters are low noise. This increases their acceptance, especially by people living near bus terminals.
Small and Compact
Being small is always an advantage when it comes to installation. The HYDRONIC is small, light and compact, and is compatible with existing systems, which can be replaced without any extra work.
Optimised Fuel Supply
The heater is connected to the fuel supply simply and flexibly. The optional “single line operation” needs no return pipe from the fuel pump to the tank. This reduces the system complexity and susceptibility to faults.
Easy to Service and Safe
Multiple diagnostic functions facilitate servicing.
The modular design of the HYDRONIC and the small number of components enables minimum stocking.
The intelligent electronic control and safety concept works with two sensors. This eliminates the need for a mechanical overheat switch or fuse.