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LIMITED TIME OFFER Espar Airtronic D2 12v Heater Kit With Select Controller + Temperature sensor + Plate

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  • Espar / Eberspacher High Altitude Kit 22.1000.33.2200 H-Kit / HAK 221000332200

LIMITED TIME OFFER! Eberspacher / Espar Airtronic D2 12v Air Heater Kit With Select and Mounting Plate


Please note - New Version D2L S2 is now available!


Fuel type: Diesel

Voltage: 12 Volts

Max Power 7,500 BTU (2.2kW)

High 6,500 BTU (1.8kW)

Medium 4,100 BTU (1.2kW)

Low 2,900 BTU (0.85kW)

Espar / Eberspacher Part Number: 252675050000 25.2069.05.0000.0Z


  • Fuel pump (12v)
  • Fuel hose
  • Easystart Select Controller
  • Temperature sensor
  • Exhaust Silencer
  • Electrical harnesses
  • Stainless steel exhaust pipe
  • Combustion intake pipe 
  • Flexible ducting (60 mm. diameter)
  • Inlet / Outlet grills
  • Mounting plate
  • Air outlet ball type (60 mm. diameter)
  • Screws, clips and plastic straps required for installation
  • Installation manual CD
  • Warranty documentation

Ideal for heating:

  • Truck
  • Van
  • Campervan
  • Caravan
  • Horse Box
  • Mobile Workshop
  • Boat (requires marine kit)
Warranty Included.

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  • 5
    Great Customer Service

    Posted by Jerred on 2nd Dec 2020

    My package didn't come with a part but after emailing them they quickly and without any hassle got the part to me. I always appreciate that kind of taking care of the customer.

    Also, our van Bonnie is nice and toasty now!!!

  • 5
    Efficient heating systems

    Posted by Jonathan on 22nd Jan 2020

    Installed in a 2006 Dodge Sprinter and works quite well so far. Efficient and heats the cabin very nicely. Shipping was fast, kit came with everything needed, and install was pretty straight forward with the amount of online tutorials available. I had to drop the fuel tank to add an auxiliary fuel line tap which was another challenge/process but learned a new skill. Highly recommend!