Oil heater fan IDS 80
Robust chimney oil heater for the mobile heating on construction sites, in the agricultural sector or in halls and workshops
Professional oil heater fan IDS 80 for clean warmth on the spot
This oil heater fan from the IDS professional series is also ideally suited for longer heating periods, since the integrated fuel tank easily allows for up to 12 hours maximum operation, in addition a connection kit for an external oil tank is optionally available for longer continuous operation. The double-walled housing of the IDS 80 with its protective coating perfectly absorbs the sound and minimises the surface temperature and thus the risk of injuries. An electronic flame trap, a safety thermostat for overheating protection and fully automatic after-cooling additionally provide for safety.
The carriage and the large wheels allow for sufficient flexibility. Especially when working on building sites, the location can simply be changed. The oil heater fan IDS 80 further comes with a connection facility for an air transport hose and a two-way hose distributor.
No matter, whether in storage spaces, workshops, on building sites or in greenhouses and stables, due to the integrated oil burner with high-quality Danfoss® pump, the IDS 80 heats quickly, effectively and in an uncomplicated manner.
Whilst performing reliably, there is hardly any maintenance effort for the robustly designed device. With an air volume of 4,300 m³/h the IDS 80 can handle a maximum rated heat output of 80.2 kW.
IDS indirect oil heater fans – maximum heating power, clean warmth
The indirect oil heater fans of the IDS series are ideally suited for rooms in which ventilation is only possible to a certain extent, but which are still used by people or animals. They are also a good choice for speeding up construction drying as well as in rooms where there is a fire hazard due to combustible substances.
In principle, the combustion process is identical to that of the IDS direct oil heater fans: The fuel is drawn from the tank by means of a pump, brought to operating pressure and in a final step is sprayed into the combustion chamber via an atomiser nozzle as an air-fuel mixture, where it is then burnt. In the case of indirect heaters, however, the air to be heated is fully isolated from the combustion chamber.
Although with indirect oil heater fans the air provided for heating is drawn by the same blower as the combustion air, it is yet guided separately past the increased surface of the combustion chamber, the heat exchanger, so as to be able to heat up there without being mixed with the flue gas in this process. Whereas the combustion products are discharged to the outside via a chimney, 100 % emission-free warm air is spreads through the outlet opening of the indirect oil heater fan.
Thus, in order to obtain both clean and dry warmth, we recommend using an indirect oil heater fan. In contrast to direct heaters, in this case neither combustion products nor released water vapour enters the room air if a suitable flue gas evacuation has been mounted on the device’s chimney, leading the flue gases outside of the room to be heated.
The IDS 80 offers a wide range of applications
The combination of the carriage design with mobile use, integrated fuel tank and a maximum rated heat output of 80.2 kW makes the indirect oil heater fan IDS 80 a versatile heating solution for a large variety of applications, for instance:
- Heating of workshops
- Heating of stables
- Temperature control of storage facilities
- Heating of interior spaces of construction sites
- Clean hot air for festival marquees or exhibition halls
- Heating of glass or foil greenhouses
For heating interior spaces, the exhaust air of the oil heater can be discharged from the room by mounting a flue pipe to the stainless steel chimney of the IDS 80 and leading it outside.
Instead of large-volume air heating, the oil heater fan IDS 80 additionally allows for spot heating via hot-air hose. The hose connector required for fitting is optionally available on request as an accessory part – also as two-line hose distributor for simultaneous spot heating of two workplaces. And for longer continuous operation, instead of using the integrated tank, an external oil tank can be used to supply the IDS 80. The connection kit required for this purpose is available as an optional accessory part.
Suitable for drying construction sites, basements and damp masonry
All oil heater fans of the IDS series are suited for quickly and economically drying damp masonry – for example after heavy rainfall, storms, floods or pipe bursts – due to their enormous heating air volume and simultaneously low oil consumption.
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Special equipment features of the oil heater fan IDS 80
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A few practical benefits:
- Integrated oil burner with Danfoss® pump
- Electronic flame trap
- Overheating thermostat
- Stainless steel combustion chamber
- Heat exchanger
- Fully automatic after-cooling
- Double-walled housing for optimum soundproofing and insulation
- Integrated fuel tank
- Suited for the fully automatic application with external thermostat or timer switch
- Oil pre-heating (optional)
- Connection facility for air transport hose
All oil heater fans of the IDS series by direct comparison:
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|Method of heating indirect|
|Method of heating direct|
|Air flow rate|
|Level Max. [m³/h]||4,300|
|Nominal heat input|
|Level Max. [kW]||91|
|Nominal heat output|
|Level Max. [kW]||80.2|
|Level Max. [kcal]||68,960|
|Level Max. [°C]||77|
|Mains connection||230 V/50 Hz|
|Current consumption [A]||6.4|
|Power input [kW]||1.14|
|Heating capacity [kW]||80.2|
|Connection plug||CEE 7/7 (plug type F + E)|
|Cable length [m]||1.2|
|Connection for external thermostat|
|Fuel feed||Danfoss pump|
|Level Max. [l/h]||8.64|
|Content in [l]||105|
|Diameter | Hose connection [mm]||400|
|Diameter | Chimney connection [mm]||150|
|Distance 1 m [dB(A)]||75|
|EL fuel oil|
|Low-sulphur EL fuel oil|
|Length (packaging excluded) [mm]||1,690|
|Width (packaging excluded) [mm]||620|
|Height (packaging excluded) [mm]||1,050|
|(packaging excluded) [kg]||110|
|Equipment, features and functions|
|Rubber-tyred metal wheels|
|Non-marking full-rubber wheels|