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KIM HOTSTART... YOUR ENGINE HEATING SOLUTION!

Kim Hotstart was established in 1942 with the original patent for engine coolant heating. We manufacture engine heating equipment and accessories that provide easy starts, reduced fuel consumption, reduced wear, and reduced emissions. As a world wide distributor of electric heating equipment for gasoline and diesel engines, Kim Hotstart has the experience and expertise to solve your engine heating problems.

Kim Hotstart, the Ultimate in Engine Pre-heating. Call us

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All Direct Immersion Block Heaters Carry CSA C/US and UL C/US Approval.

 Long life Incoloy elements withstand higher temperatures to reduce element failure.

 Reduced heat in terminal connection area.  Resists scale build-up on element surface.

 Tensile strength of Incoloy is three times that of copper, making it much less susceptible to engine and road vibration.

 Optional thermostat control and “Y” harness available for all in-block heaters.

Battery Warming Pads and Thermal Wraps Improve Cranking Power in the Coldest Conditions.

 Flexible SBR rubber pads are designed for installation under the battery to heat from the bottom up.

 Blanket-style heaters and pad heaters are impervious to battery acid and oil.

 Pad models for multiple battery applications available with accessory cords and thermostat assembly.

 Engineered to maintain batteries at 80°F/27°c to ensure full cranking power.

Silicone Hot Pads are Flexible and Easy to Install.

  • Ideal for oil pans, hydraulic reservoirs,

engine blocks and hydraulic cylinders.

 Durable silicone/fiberglass cover resists abrasion.

Tank Style Coolant Heaters That Meet Heating Requirements For a Wide Range of Engine Sizes and Applications.

 Constant circulation of coolant through the engine achieves even heat distribution.

 All parts replaceable — easy to service.

 Thermostatically controlled to save energy..

 CSA C/US and UL C/US approved.

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