Suburban NT & P Series Furnaces


NT & P Series Furnaces

Suburban NT & P Series Furnaces offer ducted heating and a uniform cabinet size for installation flexibility.  All suburban NT & P Series models feature:

  • Gasket-sealed vent assemblies.
  • Energy-saving solid state electronic ignition.
  • Steel gas manifolds.
  • Sealed forced-draft combustion.
  • Stainless Steel vent caps.
  • Wall thermostats.

A variety of Suburban Furnace capacity options:

The 12-volt DC Suburban NT Series furnaces are offered in capacities from 30,000 to 40,000 BTUH,  Cabinet size is the same on all models, providing a standardized size with four capacity options.

NT Series furnaces offer  side or bottom duct options,  are easy to install and make an ideal replacement for obsolete competitive furnaces.

Model Number       NT-30SP      NT-34SP     NT-40
BTUH Input                30,000         34,000       40,000
Height                        12 1/2″        12 1/2″       12 1/2″
Width                            12″               12″            12″
Depth                            23″               23″            23″
Voltage                      12 VDC          12 VDC       12 VDC
Amp. Draw                   4.5                 7.0             8.5
Ship Wt.                     40 lbs.           40 lbs.         40 lbs.
Unit Wt.                      36 lbs.           36 lbs.         38 lbs.
Duct Outlet Size
Sides/Bottom            4″ Round       4″ Round      4″ Round
Bottom                    10″ x 3 1/4″   10″ x 3 1/4″ 10″ x 3 1/4″
2456A P-40 Furnace

Suburban NT-SEQ models are direct discharge furnaces with  grilles for zone heating of smaller RVs, trailers, truck campers and even pop-ups.  A side duct on SE models is optional. NT-SQ models can be ducted to provide even heat distribution throughout the coach.

lightweight

Model Number      NT-16SQ      NT-20SQ      NT-16SEQ     NT-20SEQ
BTUH Input               16,000          19,000           16,000           19,000
Height                        9 1/2″           9 1/2″            9 1/2″             9 1/2″
Width                         9 3/8″           9 3/8″            9 3/8″             9 3/8″
Depth                        22 1/2″         22 1/2″         21 1/8″            21 1/8″
Voltage                      12 VDC         12 VDC         12 VDC             12 VDC
Amp. Draw                    3.1               3.1                2.7                   2.7
Ship Wt.                       27 lbs.         27 lbs.          27 lbs.               27 lbs.
Unit Weight                  22 lbs.         22 lbs.          22 lbs.               22 lbs.
Duct Outlet Size:      4″ Round     4″ Round
Cut-Out Dimensions: 10 3/16″ H x 10 9/16″ W
Min. Depth                                                               21″                  21″
Max. Depth                                                           27 3/4             27 3/4

 

For PARK MODELS,
The Suburban P-40 has the same cabinet size as the NTQ Series, but is equipped with 120-volt, long-life, heavy-duty AC motors and controls.

Offering a capacity of 40,000 BTUH respectively, the P-40 is designed for use in recreational park trailers.

2456A P-40 Furnace

The P-40 features:

  • Gasket-sealed vent assembly.
  • Energy-saving solid state electronic ignition.
  • Steel gas manifold.
  • Sealed forced-draft combustion.
  • Stainless Steel vent cap.
  • Wall thermostat
Model Number    P-40
BTUH Input     40,000
Height             12 1/2″
Width                 12″
Depth                 23″
Voltage           120 VAC
Amp. Draw         1.5
Ship Wt.          46 lbs.
z Unit Wt.       42 lbs.
Duct Outlet Size
Sides/Bottom 4″ Round
Bottom         10″ x 3 1/4″
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