Major Systems & Appliances
Atwood Hydro Flame Furnace
7916-II [Add $30.00]
7920-II [Add $120.00]
The Hydro Flame LPG furnace has been used in travel trailers for decades. It was also carried by the American Medical Research Expedition to Mt. Everest and used in the record setting Pacific Crossing of the Double Eagle Balloon.
Since Atwood acquired Hydro Flame, they are now calling it the Everest Star II, but it is very similar to the original. The dependable Everest Star II series builds on decades of success by its predecessor with improvements such as an electric shut-off on the gas valve, the new blower assembly that increases air delivery by 60%, and electronic ignition (no standing pilot).
The Hydroflame comes in a choice of 3 different output levels, each in the same size unit:
Model Input BTUs/Hour Output BTUs/Hour Fan Requires 12VDC Amps
8012-II 12,000 9,120 1.8 (smaller fan for front discharge only)
7916-II 16,000 12,160 3.4
7920-II 18,000 13,680 3.4
Click here to see the Technical Installation Manual
Furnace size: 11-3/8" H x 8-3/8" W x 20-1/2" D.
Cutout size in cabinet: 11-1/4" H x 8-3/8" W.
Vent cutout size: 2-1/2" H x 4-7/8" W.
Minimum return air: 35 square inches.
Weighs only 23 pounds.
Includes a vent kit that extends from the back of the heater up to 3-1/2" to the outside of the trailer wall. Other vent kits are available for cabinet depths up to 31-1/8". See VTS-697.
Side ducting options are available for 7916 and 7920 heaters. Contact us for details.
All versions require a 12VDC connection for the fan.
Extension Vent Kit for Atwood Hydroflame Furnaces
Mud Dauber Screen for Hydroflame Furnaces
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