Olympian Wave-3 Catalytic Safety Heater

Catalog Item # 19332

Designed specifically for RVs, the Olympian Wave-3 Catalytic Safety Heater is safe, efficient, and dependable.

  • Self-generating piezo starter lasts for 20,000 starts
  • 100% safety shut-off valve
  • Catalytic heating is 99.98% efficient
  • 1,600-3,000 BTUs heat up to 130 sq. ft.
  • No flame, flue, chimney, blower, fan, or noise

    The self-generating piezo starter lasts for around 20,000 starts for consistent, long-term performance. 100% safety shut-off valve prevents non-ignition fuel discharge. Catalytic heating is 99.98% efficient, resulting in a more efficient and low-cost heat. Its 1,600-3,000 BTUs are designed to heat an area up to 130 square feet. The Wave-3 Catalytic Safety Heater is features no flame, flue, or chimney for easy operation. No fan or blower means completely silent operation. Use a Wave Heater inside your RV as a portable unit or permanently mounted, as well as a portable device outdoors for your next adventure. Safe for operation at altitudes up to 12,000'. For use in vented areas only. AGA and CGA approved.

  • Technical Specifications

    8 lbs.
    11.75”H x 10.25”W x 3.5”D.

    Camper's Choice Rating

    Reviewer rating of 5 stars based on 3 reviews (5 Based on 3 Reviews)

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    Work very well and easy to install

    by David Bartlett – January 08, 2006
    5 out of 5 stars

    I was somewhat reluctant to pay out $200 for a backup heater but it was well worth the money. I have had to live in my 5th wheel

    Great for camper

    by Anonymous – November 20, 2013
    5 out of 5 stars

    Got this little heater for our camper. Used on the floor with optional legs. Did not have the wall space next to a gas line for

    Great Little Heater

    by B Frank – November 06, 2011
    5 out of 5 stars

    I made the mistake of buying this on an auction site. I ended paying more than CW's sale price. I installed this heater myself,

    by Dusty – October 24, 2016
    Lowest BTU setting on this heater is 1600.
    by Camping World – October 25, 2016
    by Red20 – February 06, 2016
    I have a 27 foot travel trailer bed in one end, kitchen on other end. that I want to add a backup heater so that I don't drain the battery on the trailer. I use a CPAP at night. What is the recommended placement since it will be on stand and not mounted on a wall.
    The Olympian heaters must have a total of at least 24 square inches free-air opening(i.e. an opening of 4"x6"=24 square inches). Ideally the heater should be pointing at the area, objects, or persons you wish to heat. Placement may be limited to the propane line that will have to be run to fuel the unit.
    by Camping World – March 01, 2016
    by Anonymous – January 02, 2015
    Dimensions: 11 3/4"H x 10 1/4"W x 3 1/2"D
    by Camping World – January 02, 2015

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