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How To Choose The Correct Hornet Heater





Engine preheating available in 120 or 240V AC

or in-flight personal heater 12V or 24V DC.

This model has two fans and heating modules.

It is available as a thermostatically controlled unit

or with a user operated on/off switch. 


Engine Preheating (thermostatically controlled)-

Select this heater to preheat general aviation aircraft


Personal Heater (user operated on/off switch)-

Select this heater for personal in-flight heating. This heater may be used with a 

battery pack or plugged into a cigarette style receptacle.

It is safe enough to be put inside a jacket and held in your hand while in use. 








Size: 2" x 2.5" x 9.25"

Volts: 12DC, 24DC, 120AC, 240AC 

Watts: 200

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Hornet 45

5.5"H x 4.5"W x 5"D

Volts: 12DC, 24DC

Watts: 500



This safe, made in the USA, heater is designed to protect the avionics and instrumentation of aircraft. It is thermostatically controlled and will maintain a minimum temperature of 55*F. It should be placed in the cockpit floorboard. The housing is anodized aircraft aluminum, the fans are long life, ball bearing, high static pressure fans. The heating modules are patented and are also self-temperature limiting. It is physically impossible for them to overheat. This is an incredibly high quality heater and is designed to last a lifetime. Volts 120AC, 240AC available on request



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Hornet 67

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8" x 8" x 7"

Volts: 120

Watts: 1000






Select this heater to heat cockpits of helicopters or cabin class aircraft.




Aircraft Engine compartment & Cockpit Preheater
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