You may be used to seeing Truma products in RVs but did you know there are other industries where our heating and water systems are an excellent fit?
Truma is excited to announce a new partnership with Core Ice – Luxury Ice Fishing Houses. The nature of ice fishing makes the Truma VarioHeat a perfect option for providing silent heat in a small, enclosed and wintry space.
Ice Fisherman know how important it is to have equipment that works. The last thing they want is their heater failing during a long excursion on the ice. What makes Core Ice houses stand out from competitors is their flawless design and attention to detail. Core Ice’s philosophy is closely aligned to Truma’s in that both deliver an expertly engineered product that will not fail when needed most.
The North American winds and freezing temperatures will test the most well-adapted ice-fisher.
Core Ice says it best, “It is a tough life, so the materials and techniques used to build a durable and easy to maintain product need to be made carefully. Our products are made to withstand the rigors of the road and trail while withstanding the assault of the elements during the extremes of winter. We spend a lot of time trying to make the experience better for all customers. With a Core, you can be on the ice in comfort. At Core, we live every day to find new ways to make your experience better, give you more time to do what you love and minimize the need for maintenance and repairs.”
You can find the VarioHeat in these wide body Core Ice models:
The Truma VarioHeat is a great choice for small towable trailers or motorhomes as well. Installation is flexible and can be installed both horizontally and vertically. Small and lightweight, the VarioHeat can also be used as a second furnace. The Truma VarioHeat has a special night mode that can be controlled by the digital CP plus control panel ensuring minimal variation in room temperature.
Truma heating and water systems have been expertly engineered to save energy. Want to know how much propane you have in the tank? Use the Truma LevelCheck and never run out unexpectedly again.