VIM (Vehicle In Motion) Bracket for Propex Heater HS2000

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VIM (Vehicle In Motion) Bracket for Propex Heater HS2000

JK Part Number: J19550


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Quality Propex product. Vehicle in Motion bracket, designed to be used with the Propex Space Heaters HS2000 and HS2000E heaters. Effectively allows the Propex Space Heater to be safely operated whilst the vehicle to which it is fitted is moving, by ensuring the ends of the combustion pipes are presented to the air flow correctly. It also gives a neat and tidy finish to the side of the vehicle. The bracket is supplied with full fitting instructions and retaining screws.

Country of Manufacture United Kingdom
Finance Available on This Product Yes
Deposit 0.0
Width (CM - Packed) 14.0
Height (CM - Packed) 5.0
Depth (CM - Packed) 4.0
Manufacturer Propex
Additional Carriage Charge 0.0
Special Order Lead time 0

Customer Reviews (3)

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  • Might be better to make your own

    Very flimsy and very expensive for what it is.

    by Slippers on 23/10/2015

    JK Response

    Thank you for your review, were sorry to hear you weren't satisfied with this product. These are made by Propex to meet there required specification, as the brackets sole purpose is to hold the exhaust pipe in place we do believe this bracket is more than adequate. If you are unhappy with this part please return it to us and we will arrange a refund Many thanks JK
  • Finally working

    Fitted on the opposite side to the sliding door to keep fumes out of the awning. Heater blew out at high speed when first fitted facing the side, so had to fit it facing the rear of the van. Now stays alight and no more problems.

    by Hobson72 on 14/01/2015

    JK Response

    Thank you for your review. Propex do recommend fitting the bracket and pipes facing to the rear to avoid the problem you mentioned.
  • a must for those wanting decent heating on the move.

    Slightly flimsy and expensive, it is however a must purchase for those wanting decent heating whilst on the move.

    by Teeks on 29/12/2013

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Questions & Answers (2)

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    • daniel hollingsworth said: 09/07/2016 13:33
    • Where is the best place to vent the exhaust to? In a t2 bay?
    • Answer: This bracket mounts the exhaust next to intake. Ideally you should have the exhaust behind the intake.
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    • John brown said: 24/11/2016 08:00
    • We have just purchased this item. Bit confused though. Does the exhaust and inlet pipes sit side by side. If this is the case won't the intake pipes suck up the exhaust
    • Answer: The intake pipe should be in front of the exhaust. So the exhaust shouldn't be sucked in.
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