Products

For installation instructions, please see the Resources page.

Railroad applications:

APU (Auxiliary Power Unit):
 APU

The APU (Auxiliary Power Unit) circulates heated coolant through the engine, compressor, expansion tank and oil cooler to keep the entire locomotive's water system warm during shutdowns. Depending on ambient temperature, the system will maintain the prime mover's coolant between 90-120°F (32-49°C) while also maintaining the battery's full charge.

Heat loss through wet cooling systems (wet radiator) during heating system operation may reduce or impair the heating system’s ability to maintain optimal heat levels for engine operation or engine start.

CLV Electric Heating System:
 CLV The CLV is an electric idle reduction system that maintains the temperature of the prime mover above 100°F (38°C), keeping the locomotive warm and ready to restart. The CLV is a complete, packaged water heating system with PT-100 temperature sensors, pump and all required controls.
DLV Electric Heating System:
 DLV The DLV is a complete, packaged dual heating system with PT-100 temperature sensors, pump and all required controls. It heats and circulates coolant and lube oil throughout the entire engine and cooling system. The DLV heats engines up to 300L displacement at 120°F over ambient temperature.

HOTflow® applications:

HOTflow® CSM Engine Heater:
 CSM The HOTflow® CSM engine heater heats engines ranging in size from 15L-100L displacement. Forced circulation of the coolant delivers uniform heating throughout the entire engine, extends element life and offers a significant reduction in electrical consumption.
HOTflow® CTM Engine Heater:
 CTM The HOTflow® CTM engine heater features an integrated pump that combines the benefits of forced circulationwith a compact design that can mount to a variety of small engine applications. The CTM model heats engines up to 20L displacement. Forced circulation of the coolant delivers uniform heating throughout the entire engine, extends element life and offers a significant reduction in electrical consumption.
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