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Alde Compact 3020 HE

Quiet, pleasant heat

The Alde Compact 3020 HE boiler is the heart of the Alde system, providing heat and hot water.

Quiet, convection heating
Energy efficient electric and LPG power
Year-round comfort

Technical Details

Suitable for
Travel trailers and motorhomes
Available for
Energy source
Propane and electric
Energy input rate (gas mode)
Level 1: 11,000 BTU (3.3 kW)
Level 2: 18,700 BTU (5.5 kW)
Fuel consumption (gas mode)
Level 1: 0.54 lb/h (245 g/h)
Level 2: 0.9 lb/h (405 g/h)
Energy input rate (electric mode)
Level 1: 950 W (3,241.5 BTU/h)
Level 2: 1,900 W (6,483 BTU/h)
Power consumption (12 volt DC)
max. 1.9 A
Power consumption (120 volt AC)
Level 1: 7.9 A
Level 2: 15.8 A
Capacity of water tank
2.21 gallons (8.4 liters)
Max water pressure
43.6 PSI (3 bar)
System operating pressure
0.39 - 0.5 PSI (27 - 35 mbar)
31 lbs (14 kg)
20.1" W x 13.5" D x 12.25" H (510mm W x 340mm D x 310mm H


The Alde Compact 3020 HE boiler is the heart of the Alde hydronic heating system. The 3020 uses radiant, hydronic heating technology to heat your RV and water for a comfortable camping experience. By relying on natural convection, the Alde Compact 3020 system fills your RV with pleasant warmth and natural humidity. The Alde team works closely with the RV manufacturer to design heating systems for each model and floor plan. A series of convectors and pipework are fitted to the specific floor plan to allow warm glycol to heat the entire RV. The boiler can be powered by propane or electricity for increased efficiency. Available accessories like underfloor heating and heated towel rails help to create a luxurious environment wherever your travels may take you.

Natural Convection, Luxury Comfort

Alde relies on natural convection, the simple principle that warm air moves upwards. When the heated air rises from the strategically placed vents and reaches the ceiling, it circulates back down towards the floor as it cools and reheats. The circulating air warms furniture and surfaces, creating a barrier in front of windows to keep the cold at bay.

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Diagram showing convection heating

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