Made in Italy

MASTER XL 61 infrared heater

Power:
17 kW
58.000 Btu/h
14.600 Kcal/h
Product size (l x w x h):
560 x 345 x 575 mm
Tank capacity:
11 l
Fuel consumption:
1,35 kg/h
Thermostat control:
analog or digital
Packaging dimension (l x w x h):
600 x 380 x 580 mm
Electric power:
0,2 kW
Rated current:
0,85 A
Power supply:
220-240/50 * V/Hz
Net / gross weight:
19 / 21 kg
Fuel autonomy:
7 h
Pallet:
16 pcs

* 110 V available

Model description

Radiant heating
No air flow
Low noise
Electronic flame control with photocell
ILME socket for remote thermostat: analog or digital
Post-ventilation
Standard oil level indicator
Snorkel
Strong and long lasting construction
Suction filter and inlet filter
Overheat thermostat
Anti tilt switch


Advantages

High efficiency
Easy to operate
Reliability
Great mobility
Fast heat-up
Low energy waste

Accessories

Room thermostat TH 5 with cable
3 m - 4150.109, 10 m - 4150.112
range: 0-36°C, accuracy: ± 1,5°C
Digital thermostat THD with 5 m cable
IP 55 - 4150.106
Trolley - 4201.159

Manometer - 4201.187

How it works

Radiant heating - air flow

Remember

Ventilation of the room
is neccessary to prevent
a deficiency in oxygen supply.

Where to use



Space heating of small and medium spaces Open and windy spaces Storage rooms Renovation and construction sites Workshops Open and half open spaces Tents

Watch video


The MCS XL6 Diesel Fired Infrared Heater..... from Easy Climate Solutions on Vimeo.





One minute Master class



XL6 - Replacing the cooling fan motor
XL6 - Cleaning or replacing the Ignition Electrode
XL6 - Changing the Nozzle
XL6 - Removing the rear cover
XL6 - Replacing the Upper Display PCB
XL6 - Replacing the Heating Plate
XL6 - Removing the Burner Head assembly
XL6 - Cleaning or replacing the Photocell
XL6 - Replacing the fuel pump
XL6 - Removing the Combustion Fan Motor assembly
XL6 - Replacing the Fuel Filter
XL6 - Replacing the Overheat Thermostat
XL6 - Changing the ignition transformer
XL6 - Changing the Anti-tilt Switch
XL6 - Changing the control PCB
XL6 - Replacing the On/Off Switch