At the heart of this unit is a powerful and dependable triplex pump capable of 15 gpm at 3 500 psi. A Kubota v3600 (66 hp) engine provides the power in a direct drive configuration that eliminates the PTO and PTO maintenance. In addition to the upgrade in power plant and pump, NLB also integrated an industry-leading 700 000 BTU burner unit to address the demands of the many cycles, long hours and transportation requirements in the life of a typical hot water unit.

Features not typically found on hot water units available have been incorporated into the 335DHW-TRA-SA that make for a better operator experience and lower maintenance costs. An overhead mounted water tank is easy to winterize and has integrated water lubrication lines and a 75-micron inlet strainer that can be rinsed or cleaned, eliminating the traditional filter. A rupture disk has also been eliminated from the unit’s design and replaced with a self-resetting pop-off valve, saving time and money for the operator.

Features include

  • Industrial fluid head design
  • Internal gear driven power end
  • 12-volt DC 700,000 BTU burner
  • Direct drive eliminates PTO and PTO maintenance
  • Pintle or ball hitch options
  • Proven v3600 Kubota (66 HP) engine
  • Easy to winterize overhead water tank
  • Filterless 75 Micron stainless steel inlet strainer
  • Unloader valve for single or dual lance use
  • Resetting pop off valve eliminates rupture discs
  • Powerful and dependable triplex pump
  • Stainless steel water tank with low water shut down sensor
  • Gusseted industrial strength wheel fenders
  • Smooth riding 5,000 lb capacity single axle trailer
Pressure Flow Engine Heater Dimensions Weight
US 3 500 psi 15 gpm Kubota v3600
66 hp
12-volt, DC 700k BTU unit 143″L x 80″ W x 88″ H 4,830 lbs. (GVWR 5 500 lbs.)
Metric 241 bar 58 lpm 49 kW