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The Calea is used as a universal built-in unit for heating all varieties of commercial vehicles. Available in both 12V and 24V, its compact and lightweight design is perfect for any operator cabin. Flat tube heat exchanger technology increases performance while accommodating weight sensitive applications.


This unit has Plastic Polyamide PA6 glass reinforced housing. Flat tube heat exchanges is designed with 16mm diameter connections. Versions are also available with sockets or nozzle at the air outlet area for stand alone heating.



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The Calea is used as a universal built-in unit for heating all varieties of commercial vehicles. Available in both 12V and 24V, its compact and lightweight design is perfect for any operator cabin. Flat tube heat exchanger technology increases performance while accommodating weight sensitive applications.

This unit has Plastic Polyamide PA6 glass reinforced housing. Flat tube heat exchanges is designed with 16mm diameter connections. Versions are also available with sockets or nozzle at the air outlet area for stand alone heating.

View this Product in our E-Catalog

Additional Information

Voltage24V
MediumNo
Speed3 Speed
AirFlow100-299 m3/hr (58-176 cfm)
Heating Output5 - 7.5 kW
OEM Part NumbersNo
Related PartNo
ManufacturerNo

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Technical Drawing
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