Lance Heating Systems
Lance engineers one of the most advanced heating systems you will find in an RV. It’s just another example of our commitment to building the best truck camper or travel trailer available on the market.
It all begins with the design. To have a warm RV, you need to evenly distribute the heat or there will be hot and cold spots. So Lance has multiple ducts throughout the RV, including on the holding tanks, flush valve and water pump.
With the even flow and distribution of air, the temperature remains even keeping the furnace from cycling on and off. That saves power extending your dry-camping time.
Lance also uses Atwood furnaces. Unlike other furnaces which may only have two or three outlets, the Atwood has double or more that to accomplish an even heat distribution. The Atwood is also a two-stage heater. When it is not too cold, it operates at 15,000 BTU and then automatically jumps to 22,000 BTU when needed. This efficient design keeps the noise and power consumption down. And as a critical safety feature, the burners are at the bottom so CO2 is not drawn into the ducting system.
The Lance heating system is a critical part of our “Alaska Test Tough” “Four Seasons” package. Ask any Lance owner who has spent time in the snow and they’ll be the first to tell you that the heating system is one of their favorite Lance features. Enjoy the video where Gary Conley goes into more detail and shows the complete installation of the heating system.
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