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RR #2, Almonte, Ontario, Canada, K0A 1A0

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Exclusive Canadian dealer for the PROPEX Propane heaters, specifically engineered for motor homes, small boats and utility vehicles.  Ideal for VW campers, other RV campers, RV trailers, transport trucks, small boats or other recreation or work related environments where a compact, efficient, quiet propane heater is desirable.  Manufactured in the UK, the HS2000 and HS2800 heaters are automatic thermostatically controlled blown air heating systems fuelled by propane or butane gas.  The PROPEX Heatsource is designed for a variety of automotive and marine applications as a source of heat totally independent of the engine.   I stock both the HS2000 and HS2800 models.

New Propex HS2211

This new model is the answer to a few installation variations: It can be mounted outside under the floor or inside the camper vertically, taking up less valuable space than the other models. This model uses the same reliable electronics as the others and has internal insulation to make it run more quiet than the HS2000. A more modern, streamlined thermostat rounds out the package.

See Technical specs here:  HS2211 tech specs


For all technical information on these heaters please see:




Panel-Mount Digital 24 H Timer for wide range of power supply sources, from 240Vac to 12 Vdc, output format can be produced with either volt-free or volt-output.  Equipped with Lithium CR2032 battery to provide programming memory backup.  This Daily Timer is accurate to the minute, designed with 8 ON/OFF (event) per day. Physical dimensions: 64mm x 51mm x 37.50 (deep, from back of faceplate).


I offer installation service for the PROPEX HeatSource heaters at my Almonte shop location.  Please contact me for complete details.


Propex HS2000 installed in my '87 Westy

Snuggled in beside the water tank in the closet next to the fridge. Very little previous storage space is lost in this installation. Using the existing hole in the cabinet front where the circuit breaker was located orients the placement of the heat vent and therefore the location of the heater. The circuit breaker is then relocated into the cabinet wall as seen in the fourth picture below. This position does not require any rewiring of the circuit breaker box. Thermostat control is mounted on the upper side of the rear closet as seen in picture seven.  Intake and exhaust vents exit through the floor just to the rear of the propane tank. Propane supply can easily be connected to the existing tank or as in this case a second propane tank that was previously installed on the right hand side was used for the supply. Fits and works like a charm. A great permanent reliable heat source for those cold campouts.

This install will take between 8 ~ 10 hours











Please follow the Propex link to our new website for purchasing information



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