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NEW LOOK!  Boatsafe Max 1000 WATT engine compa BSAT1000
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Boatsafe Max 1000 WATT engine compartment bilge heater BSAT 1000W

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Boatsafe Max 1000 WATT engine compartment bilge heater 1000W  BSAT 1000

Top of the Line and Largest Marine Engine Heater Means Extending Your Boating Season Has Never Been Easier or Safer!

Benefits of using Boatsafe marine boat heaters
  • Extend your boating season
  • Delay Boat Winterization
  • Economical to use
  • Keeps engine(s) and wiring dry and corrosion free
  • Improve battery performance
  • Enhances the resale value of your boat
  • Save money by eliminating the annual costs of winterizing & de-winterizing your boat engine(s) in some climates
  • All Boatsafe® bilge heaters meet U.S. Coast Guard Ignition Protection Standards
  • Extensively tested for your safety and benefit
  • Endorsed by thousands of boaters like yourself
The Boat Safe 1000w boat heater has the highest heat output of any boat bilge heater. The heater Features a Reduced Footprint with 1000 Watt Output. Our newest top of the line marine engine compartment heater provides forced-air heat through a patented case design to keep your engine compartment safely above freezing. The Boatsafe® boat heater does this while maintaining ignition protection. When the boat heater’s sensor detects an ambient temperature of approximately 40º Fahrenheit it turns on and remains on until the sensor reaches approximately 55º Fahrenheit (12.7ºC).

The BoatSafe® Marine Engine Compartment Heaters are designed and manufactured to meet U.S. Coast Guard Ignition Protection Standards.

All Boat Safe heaters are constructed with UL and CSA Certified and Recognized, and FM Approved Components.

Testing for Function
All BoatSafe® heaters can be tested to insure they are working properly. Almost every bilge heater we have built can be tested using freeze spray 1,2. Beginning with the 2011 model year, all  bilge heaters can be tested using either freeze spray or the push to test feature. Testing should be performed at least biannually and especially at the start of your cold season.


Meets U.S. Coast Guard ignition protection standards

The U.S. Coast Guard has established strict standards of ignition protection based on the known ignition point of various fuels. BoatSafe® bilge heaters have passed this test along with many others.

No risk of contact burns; unit only gets warm to touch

Once activated, the BoatSafe® bilge heater steadily reaches full heating power in 5 minutes.

Proper functioning can be verified with Freeze Mist Spray (not included) or “Press to Test” button, standard on all models.

All BoatSafe® bilge heaters can be tested with a freeze spray that is sprayed on the thermostat to test bilge heater function. Freeze spray can be purchased at RadioShack®. ALL 2011 model  bilge heaters come equipped with a “Press to Test” button on the bottom of the case to test bilge heater function.

Cost effective – may eliminate annual cost of winterizing your boat in some climates

In climates with extreme temperature variations, this bilge heater may extend your boating season, but it will NOT replace proper winterizing of your boat. For additional information, consult your marine accessories dealer or BoatSafe, Inc. for recommendations specific to your boat and climate.

Improves battery performance

Simply put, warmer batteries perform better and crank when you need them. If you are a first responder (Coast Guard, police, etc.) or even someone who likes to boat on a cold day, your boat or generator must work. Protecting your batteries in the engine compartment helps them maintain the strength to perform.

Energy efficient

BoatSafe® bilge heaters only operate when they are needed. It’s active heat window is set to cycle on at 40-45 degrees Fahrenheit and cycle off at 55 degrees Fahrenheit. Additionally, the 5 intake and 5 exhaust vents use forced air heat to warm the engine compartment surfaces, and heat is absorbed and retained by these surfaces. Boaters can further retain this heat by closing or covering all vents so that warm air does not escape.

Enhances the resale value of your boat

Clean, dry boats without corrosion damage sell faster. Maintaining warmth below decks also helps bilge compartments stay dry and helps engines start warmer for less wear.

5 Stars
Excellent Value
I have two engines and didn't want to buy two heaters, one for each engine so last year I bought this one and put them between my engines. Gave off enough heat. Nothing froze. For the money, excellent choice.
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Reviewed by:  from South Carolina. on 9/30/2017
4 Stars
I can’t comment on how well it heats my engine compartment on my Regal 2500 boat. Haven’t had any cold weather yet, but I did test it at home using a sandwich bag filled with ice cubes, and it automatically comes on and goes off fine. I do wish it had a handle on top to make it easier to lower into the engine compartment. It’s difficult to hold with one hand.
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Reviewed by:  from Union, Missouri . on 10/29/2019

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