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Old 11-04-2022, 11:48 AM   #1
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Dickinson Alaska Diesel Heater - New In Box

New in box, never used. (I bought it in 2020)

The Alaska Floor Mounted Heater is ideal for boats 30ft-35ft. Small, compact, attractive, economical burning fireplace that produces a cozy, comfortable dry heat.

See Dickinson Site: Alaska Floor Mounted Diesel Heater | Dickinson Marine

Includes:
One 00-ALA Alaska Diesel Heater Alaska Floor Mounted Diesel Heater | Dickinson Marine
One 16-000 3" X 24" Stainless Pipe 24″ Long Chimney Pipe- Stainless Steel | Dickinson Marine
One 16-001 3" X 24" Pipe with Barometric Damper Barometric Damper on a 24″ Pipe- Stainless Steel | Dickinson Marine
One 16-050 3" Deck Fitting, Gasket, and Dress Ring Deck Fitting, Gasket & Dress Ring- Stainless Steel | Dickinson Marine
One 16-090 3" H Exhaust Cap H Exhaust Cap- Stainless Steel | Dickinson Marine

3” diameter chimney parts.
Minimum 4ft or maximum 8ft of chimney is required, a 6ft straight run with no elbows work best.
Chimneys 6ft or longer we highly recommend a barometric damper.
Permanent fresh air vent needed in area of the unit.
Creates a dry heat to dry out moisture inside the vessel.
Almost identical model to the Newport bulkhead model but is a floor mount heater.
In sailboat installations, this unit must face fore or aft, if facing port or starboard is desired, the valve would need to be mounted to the side of the unit so the gravity fed valve won’t starve the burner on heels up to 15 degrees.
12v draft assist fan included (can be converted to 24v and 32v). Used for start up and draft assistance on high fire.
Valve is calibrated for diesel but can be re-calibrated for kerosene or stove oil.
1 turn hot water coil for 5-10 gal can be installed for water heating (not included)

Width: 8.75″
Height: 20.5″
Depth: 10″
Weight: 22 lbs

Fuel Consumption / 24hr:
1.29 gal LOW
3.20 gal HIGH

Heat Output:
Low: 6500 BTU
High: 16250 BTU

It can be shipped to family in the Fraser Valley or Seattle so you can see it if you think buying on-line is risky, but I would need a deposit.


PM me and I'll send you my phone number.

$980CDN or offers.
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Old 11-04-2022, 12:03 PM   #2
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I loved mine, would buy this one...if only I had a boat. Fisheries wants $1162 (US), and I think the chimney "bits" are additional. Looks like a deal.
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This is no longer available because by now it's keeping someone's home warm in Kiev, Ukraine. I must say that was the most interesting sale I I ever participated in. :-)
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This is no longer available because by now it's keeping someone's home warm in Kiev, Ukraine. I must say that was the most interesting sale I I ever participated in. :-)
Wow. Really an uplifting thought that folks who really need it really got it!
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Old 11-25-2022, 09:03 AM   #5
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Amazing!
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Old 11-25-2022, 09:12 AM   #6
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The guy had family there, and worked as a HVAC contractor here for 30 years. He had calculations and measurements and said that diesel is always available and at the usage rates of the heater it would be economical.



Dickinson ought to make some steel ones (not stainless) and make them available to the Ukrainians in North America to send to the Ukraine. That would be grassroots support for the war effort instead of sending weapons that don't keep people warm enough to fight or survive.
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