Assuming I do ventilate it well, etc. Do you guys think it would work? I was interested to see if anyone had ever used one before, like camping, or a hunting camp, whatever.
It appears that if it works like it says, it would be a very cheap way to get a good hot water system that would only require changing out a little gas cannister every three or four showers. Since it's so cheap, I may just get one and try it out.
If/when I do, I'll let you all know how it works. I'm thinking about my next adventure of bus converting!@!!
I think if it works, it will work about like a $160 demand water heater, which means you may not be impressed with it. I wouldn't fire it up inside a bay. It's made for camping in the great outdoors, not permanent mounting. I'd also bet that it doesn't provide nearly enough water volume for an RV water system. You could pump your RV water through it instead of using it's internal pump, but if the internal pump is flowing a half gallon a minute and your RV pump is flowing 4 gallons per minute, the water will be flowing through the coils too fast to heat up. You'll end up with luke warm water at best. Flowing at a half gallon a minute, it only make 100 degree water.
I have an RV500 Precision Temp and it works the nuts. Hot water for as long as I have water and propane.