Ground Heaters™ Introduces Arctic Bear Cub 300 Heater

Updated Oct 7, 2010

Spring Lake, Michigan â€“ Ground Heaters introduces its new Arctic Bear Cub 300 indirect-fired heater. Designed small in size, but with big heat output, the new portable Arctic Bear Cub 300 indirect-fired heater is ideal for providing clean, effective heat for many jobsite applications.  


Boasting up to 80-percent net heater efficiency, the Arctic Bear Cub 300 offers a maximum heat input of 302,000 Btu per hour at an airflow rate of 3,690 cubic feet per minute. The unit runs on kerosene or No. 1 / No. 2 diesel fuel. The Arctic Bear Cub 300 offers lower operating costs, by producing more heat per gallon of fuel consumed. This results in dramatic fuel savings, which is key to contractors considering rising fuel costs.


One of the major strengths of the Ground Heaters Arctic Bear Cub indirect-fired heater line is its design, with all models featuring a 100 percent stainless-steel firebox and heat exchanger for long-lasting durability and robust performance. In addition, the unit has an oversized fuel tank with 36.7 gallon capacity which can run 24 hours/day utilizing the remote thermostat accessory. Artic bear Cub 300 is suitable for either indoor or outdoor applications. At only 27.5 inches wide, the slim design of the Artic Bear Cub 300 allows passage through a standard-width doorway. To transport, simply tilt the unit onto its wheels and roll it into place.  


*As of January 1, 2008, Wacker Corporation a subsidiary of Wacker Construction Equipment, AG (Munich, Germany) became the manufacturer of the Ground Heaters™ line of temporary climate control equipment, parts and accessories. The Ground Heaters™ product line includes a broad selection of highly efficient hydronic heaters, indirect fired heaters, heat exchangers, air movers, and dehumidifiers.  To learn more about the complete line climate control products or light equipment lines, please visit or

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