Alde

Alde

We are proud to be nominated as an Official Alde Partner.

Alde have been manufacturing products in Sweden since 1949. Their hot water and heating systems are made exactly for caravans, motorhomes and boats for customers in many countries. Only Alde provides central heating and hot water in one product. The Alde system uses gas and/or electric. They have managed this excellence because Alde has well over 60 years of investigating the best ways to heat vehicles and therefore their knowledge is vast. Also they have tested their products in some of the most extreme places and weather conditions the Earth has to offer! Alde heating can combine all aluminium skirting heating, underfloor heating and panel radiators in a very stylish modern way. The overall systems do not weigh very much and give ultimate comfort at a competitive price. You can have full climate control when it is combined with A.C units and when it connects with calorifiers you can just about have unlimited hot water...luxury! Therefore if you find yourself looking for a new vehicle, pay close attention to what type of heating is installed. The question ‘Does it have Alde heating?’ should be a deciding factor and make your choice an easy one!!! If you are researching Alde caravan heating, then look in Leisureshopdirect’s Alde Water Heaters section.

The Alde 3020 Compact HE combi boiler is heating technology at it’s best! This highly economical combi bolier is very powerful and smarter than others around today and if this is what you need then look no further than the Alde 3020 Compact HE Combi Boiler. Alde are very well known for providing comfort heating and this system will not disappoint. It works in way much like the heating does in your home as it is a water central heating and hot water system. It needs LPG gas or it can run on electricity and of course motor vehicles need an engine heat exchanger. The radiators and convectors are placed around the edges, which acts to draw cool air from the floor, causing it to rise by heating it. Air circulation is created because as the air cools it flows back down to the floor to be heated again. The air is refreshed from the vents in the floor and the roof. In this way a pleasant sense of relaxing warmth fills the caravan or motorhome, most importantly with no contrasting cold or hot areas. It is also extremely quiet giving you nearly silent heating. Alde heating is simple and very effective and it’s easy to see why it is so popular.

Here at Leisureshopdirect we also sell other Alde caravan heating systems. You can look at the Combi HE 3010 in the Alde Compact Combi HE 3010 Water Heater and Spare Parts section. We also sell Alde spares for this boiler and it is possible to see all the Alde parts in the exploded diagrams in the section above, so ordering is easy. We also sell Alde spares for the Alde Compact 3000 Water Heater.

You will also find very useful Alde caravan heating products on Leisureshopdirect like the Alde Touch Control Panel, Alde Smart Control, Alde Colour Touch Control Panel, Alde Heated Towel Rails and Spare Parts, Alde Outdoor Temperature Sensors and Alde Inline Circulation pumps just to name a few!

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Alde Accessories

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Alde Water Heaters and Spares
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Alde Water Heaters and Spares

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