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  Truma Combi eco

Heating and Hot Water for Medium Vehicles

Enjoy twice the comfort with Truma Combi eco: furnace and water heater in one appliance. This saves space and weight in your motor home or caravan. A 2.64 gal. (10L) water tank, which is also heated in winter, is integrated into the heating system. In summer mode, you can heat the water independently of the furnace. The warm air flows into the vehicle’s interior through four air outlets, where it is distributed optimally to ensure a pleasant indoor climate. The Truma Combi heater is almost silent and extremely economical to run.

Water heats up within a short time
Optimum warm air distribution via four air outlets
Extremely light and compact, which allows various installation options
Very low power consumption

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Truma Combi Models

Truma Combi eco

  • 7,500 BTU/h and 14,300 BTU/h operating levels

Truma Combi eco plus

  • 7,500 BTU/h and 14,300 BTU/h operating levels
  • Propane, electric and mixed modes are possible

Truma Combi comfort plus

  • 7,500 BTU/h, 14,300 BTU/h and additional 20,400 BTU/h operating levels
  • Propane, electric and mixed modes are possible

 

You'll Love Twice the Comfort

Truma Combi: Hot air and hot water from one smart appliance. This saves space and weight in your RV or trailer. The water tank is integrated into the furnace for hot air and hot water. In summer mode you can turn of the furnace and heat water only.

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Heating and hot water in one: Truma Combi heaters

  • CP plus Ready
    • Digital control panel for Truma Combi furnaces with automatic climate control, boost function and time switch
    • Simply set the room and water temperatures on the digital Truma CP plus control panel
  • Unique Features
    • Near silent operation
    • Lightweight and space-saving solution
    • Maintains constant temperature throughout the RV
    • Optional electric heating for air and water
    • Highest available energy-efficiency over 90%
  • Available Models

    The following Truma Combi variations are available for the North American market:

    • Truma Combi eco
    • Truma Combi eco plus
    • Truma Combi comfort plus

Truma Combi Features and Benefits

More Details about Truma Combi eco

Control your Truma Combi eco easily via a digital control unit, where you can set any desired temperature. The time-tested Truma Combi furnace is also available with integrated electric heating elements in the Truma Combi eco plus and Truma Combi comfort plus version with extra power.

  • Durable stainless steel water tank
  • The Truma Combi eco heater also works without a filled water tank
  • Adjust functions intuitively on the digital CP plus control panel

Truma Combi Video Gallery

 
The Truma Combi is nearly silent. The only way
we even know if ours is on is if we stick a hand
in front of one of the vents.
James Adinaro, Winnebago Life

Truma Combi Support

  • Manuals & Resources
  • How Does the Truma Combi Work?

    1 Control panel
    2 Gas connection
    3 Solenoid valve
    4 Combined combustion air/exhaust cowl
    5 Combustion air fan
    6 Gas burner
    7 Ignition electrode
    8 Combustion chamber
    9 Flame tube with baffle
    10 Combustion air fan
    11 Heat exchanger
    12 Electric heating elements
    13 Four warm air outlets
    14 Stainless steel water container,10 litres
    15 Hot water connection pipe
    16 Cold water connection pipe
    17 Room temperature sensor
    18 HDF thermal jacket

    The furnace is switched on and the required temperature for heating and warm water is set on the Truma Combi LCD control panel (1). The gas supply to the furnace is controlled by the solenoid valve (3). The necessary combustion air flows through the outer pipe of the combined inlet for combustion air/outlet for exhaust (4) into the furnace and is transported into the gas burner (6) with the help of the combustion air motor (5). The gas burner ignites the gas-air mixture in the combustion chamber (8).

    The hot exhaust gases are deflected at the end of the combustion chamber on the baffle plate of the flame tube (9) and flow back between the burner's flame tube and the inner wall of the heat exchanger. They leave the furnace through the exhaust outlet (4).

    The circulation air fan (10) feeds the air to be heated into the device. The air flows along the heat exchanger (11) ribs, which ensure optimum heat transfer with their large transfer surface. Additional electric heating elements (12) are situated in the heat exchanger. Water and/or air can be alternatively or additionally heated by them. The warm air is then distributed in the vehicle via four warm air outlets (13). The fresh water is located in the outer stainless steel water container (14). It is heated by heat transfer from the heat exchanger (11).

     

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