Specifications And Technical Information

Key Features of the Xtreme Heater:

True Forced Air Heating:

Improves air circulation and enhances even heating for precise climate control. Other heaters of the 'radiator' style depend on convection, resulting in cold spots in the engine compartment. Forced air guarantees a consistent and precise temperature throughout the engine compartment.

Automatic Thermostat:

Turns the heater on at 40°F and off at 55°F +/-3°, which is the tightest tolerance on any bilge heater on the market. Other heaters have a 5° tolerance in their thermostats, which can result in an inaccurate reading and inconsistent temperature control.

Failsafe Design 

The heater cannot overheat. The temperature-limiting characteristics of our heating technology is dynamic and self-regulating.  Other heaters have no way of limiting their temperature, should something go wrong.  Read more about how PTC works.

High Efficiency 

Your wallet will appreciate it.  Xtreme produces heat faster, circulates more air and shuts off earlier.  Less run-time means less money out of your pocket.


15ft marine rated power cord with 110V 3 prong plug eases installation.

Quick Release Bracket

Works with all Xtreme heaters for easy removal and re-install of the heater. View more Quick Release Bracket information.

Maximum Life 

Every component has been selected with superior MTBF (Mean Time Before Failure) ratings to enhance durability and reliability in the marine environment.

Full 2 Year Warranty 

Lifetime support for service. Our heaters have proven so dependable, we’re increasing our warranty period to reflect our superior reliability

Certified and Independently Tested to Meet:

» U.S. Coast Guard Ignition Protection Stds

» Transport Canada Ignition Protection Stds

» ABYC E-11

» SEA J1171

» ISO 8846


» Certified and Independently Tested now with the UL 1278 standard

Read more on Testing & Certifications.


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