Engine Preheat Kit for 4 Cylinder Continental and Lycoming engines.
This preheat kit contains threaded heat elements located in each cylinder assembly and one pad heat element on the engine crankcase/oil sump/tank. This multi-point configuration fully preheats the engine and attached accessories. Power is routed to the elements through a dedicated wiring assembly with LED system power indication and circuit overload protection standard. The system is self-regulating through design. Heated components reach an average state of thermal equilibrium in approximately six hours.
This preheat kit is compatible with all engine monitor systems as the threaded heat elements can replace either a rocker cover screw or intake bolt fasteners.
This preheat kit when installed will supply 2.1 amp draw at 115 volts.
This preheat kit when installed will supply 1.0 amp draw at 230 volts.
*Not eligible for Rotorwing aircraft (helicopters)
WARNING: The product may contain and/or expose you to a chemical(s) or substance(s) which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm. www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
Works great now that it’s installed correctly. Who ever did the last one didn’t strip the paint from the oil pan like the instructions tell you, and it burned up. Side note the epoxy that comes with the kit takes 48 hours to cure in 70° temp. Just be prepared.
TANIS STC ENGINE PREHEAT KIT 4 CYL CONT & LYC 115V
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This preheat kit when installed will supply 240 watts with a 2.1 amp draw at 115 volts.
Yes there is an STC in the box.
Combined weight of the kit approx 8.5 lbs